ZoltanZodiac Electronic Sultan (Robert B. Bourque's mechanical fortune-telling machine)
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Four-year-old Alsatian Zoltan [correct] helped police arrest a 39-year-old man who was holding a woman at knife-point at a house in Russell Street, Stockton, Teesside, during a domestic dispute on Wednesday night.
It is a fairly heterogeneous collection, but what is lost in structural unity is won on intimate details, for it contains correspondence between the editor of Valasz and such eminent Hungarian writers as Gyula Illyes, Laszlo Nemeth, J'nos Pilinszky, and Zoltan Szabo.
Midfielders: Akos Elek, Balazs Dzsudzsak, Adam Nagy, Zoltan Gera, Gergo Lovrencsics, Laszlo Kleinheisler, Zoltan Stieber.
Steve Clarke said: "Zoltan came through his first match last week and Steven and George's rehab is also going well.
Albion said in a statement: "In light of recent media speculation, Albion can confirm they are in discussions with former player Zoltan Gera and his advisors about a return to The Hawthorns.
He said: "Zoltan is a lovely man, a good guy and I think he was looking after his future when he went to Fulham.
"Zoltan scored midweek for Hungary and that was the last words as he went on the pitch, 'go and get us a winner'," said Mowbray.
Not quite as scary as 101 Dalmatians, Zoltan The Hound of Dracula, pictured above, was released in 1977.
The narrator is a Hungarian man of the theater (probably a stage manager) called Zoltan, though usually referred to under his diminuitive name "Zoltanka" (Little Zoltan), who has a long-term relationship with a Hungarian-French girl called Livia, or "Liv" for short.
With: Zoltan Mucsi, Peter Scherrer, Tunde Bacsko, Annamaria Prokai, Andras Szoke, Roland Tzafetas.