Greece

What is Greece known for?


passing skills

FEKB129211082010_kallikratis.pdf Kallikratis law Greece Ministry of Interior Although not a very prolific scorer, Vryzas' tenacious work ethic, his restless battles with the opposing defenders, his talent to create chances and open spaces for his attacking partners, in addition to his aerial ability and passing skills made him a valuable member of all the Clubs he played for, as well as the Greek National Team with which he won the European Championship in 2004. He was a notable member


significant educational

. thumb left 200px The deportation of the Jews of Ioannina on 25 March 1944. (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-179-1575-03, Ioannina, Deportation von Juden.jpg) The ''Zosimaia (Zosimaia School)'' was the first significant educational foundation after the outbreak Greek War of Independence (1828). It was financed by a benefaction from the Zosimas brothers (Zosimades) and began operating in 1828 and fully probably from 1833. Κώστας Βλάχος Η., "Ζωσιμαία Σχολή Ιωαννίνων" from


field event

the norm. It was accepted in Sub-Saharan Africa for most of the past two millennia. thumb right An athlete passes the bar with the aid of a pole. (File:Pole vault Its all for this moment.jpg) '''Pole vaulting''' is a track and field event in which a person uses a long, flexible pole (which today is usually made either of fiberglass or carbon fiber) as an aid to leap over a bar (#bar). Pole jumping competitions were known to the ancient Greeks (Greece), as well as the Crete


poem published

he would later praise in his work ''Vers une architecture (Toward an Architecture)'' (1923) ("Towards an Architecture," but usually translated into English (English language) as "Towards a new Architecture"). In 1940, Dunsany was appointed Byron Professor of English in Athens University, Greece but had to be evacuated due to wartime disruptions, returning home by a circuitous route, his travels forming a basis for a long poem published in book form. Olivia


providing original

, French (France), Greek (Greece), Irish (Ireland), Italian (Italy) and Polish (Poland) delegations and identified Movement for France (MpF) MEP (Member of the European Parliament) Patrick Louis as the president of AIDE. By February 2009, the ADIE website had devolved from providing original content to simply redisplaying feeds from the www.observatoiredeleurope.com website associated with the Independence Democracy group (political groups of the European Parliament) Early life, education, and early career A second generation Greek American, Tom was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has family origins from Tyros (Tyros, Greece), Arcadia, and Greece. His parents Chris T. Korologos and Irene M. Kolendrianos, are both immigrants from Arcadia, in the Peloponnese region. His father was a bartender in Utah. '''Dragan Tarlać''' (born May 9, 1973 in Novi Sad, SR Serbia (Socialist Republic of Serbia), SFR Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)) is a retired Serbian (Serbs) Greek (Greece) professional basketball player. He played in the NBA. He is 2.11 m (6'11") in height. NBA Tarlać was selected by the NBA club the Chicago Bulls in the 1995 NBA Draft. He finally left Greece to go play in the NBA in the summer of 2000, when he took off for the United States to play with the Chicago Bulls. His career in the NBA (National Basketball Association) was not particularly successful and he returned to Europe the following off-season after winning the 2001 European Championship (Eurobasket 2001) with the Yugoslavian national team (Yugoslavia national basketball team). Yannis Stavrou (Γιάννης Σταύρου in Greek) was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. He originally studied sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts before painting won him over. He currently lives and works in Athens. In May 1941 III. JG 52 was transferred to Greece to support Operation Merkur, the invasion of Crete. The unit flew mostly ground attack missions during this time. Origins Originally from Lucca, the family arrived in Ragusa around 930, with the King Pavlimir, in the Gelcich`s book "Die Zara-Zeitung" (''Smotra Dalmatinska''). The name is, of course derive from the Italian word ''Gondola'', which in turn came from Greece - it was of '''xovbu''' (vase à boire), as said, or '''xouvrexac'''; (barque). As an important contribution to the Gundulic biography but this may not be official pedigree here passed over. Completed he was ''ex tabella Veterinary antiques from conservata'' towards the end of the 17th century. In 20 April 1693 by the Secretary of the Ragusan Republic, ''Michael Allegrettus'', on behalf of the Rectors and the Great Council (''Consilium Maius'') confirmed solemnly. When the first Gondola; ''Silvano'' (Silvanus) was called, then ''Prior cognominato'' ''Pietro'' (Petrus), continuing a Priore (Rector) ''Conte Savigno''. The first annual provision of a name with the number 1024. Hartwig was a key figure in the formation of the system of alliances formed in 1912 between Serbia and Bulgaria, Greece, and Montenegro (the Balkan League). He was a violent opponent of Austria and, along with Sazonov, thought of the alliance system as being primarily oriented against Austria. As a Pan-Slavist, however, he was not opposed to territorial gains at the expense of Turkey after the conclusion of the Balkan Wars, and was one of the first to reject the territorial status quo line then pursued both by Sazonov and Count Berchtold (Leopold Graf Berchtold), the new Austrian foreign minister. He spent time in Greece and France, then Madrid, and eventually served as consul in China, first in Macau, and then in Hong Kong. During this time, he continued to write and mount operas, in addition to writing for ''El Diario de Manila (Diario de Manila)''. In the year 476 BC, allying himself with the Persians as part of a special fighting unit, Kurgan took part in the Battle of Plataea in ancient Greece. During the battle, he faced off with a Spartan warrior who wielded a katana made by the master swordsmith Masamune, strong enough to shatter Kurgan's blade. He escaped by falling down a cliff, and was borne away by the flow of the battle. From this experience, Kurgan learnt the value of steel and a well-crafted blade. J.T. Krul, ''Highlander: Way of the Sword (Highlander: Way of the Sword (Dynamite Entertainment))'' comic book series (2008), Dynamite Entertainment, Issue #3, pp. 2-6. The Spartan warrior fought in the battle was revealed to be fellow Immortal Tak Ne (Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez), later known as Ramírez. Kurgan would also encounter him in Babylonia and ancient China before their final confrontation in Scotland. Gregory Widen, Peter Bellwood, and Larry Ferguson, ''Highlander'' movie screenplay (1985); J.T. Krul, ''Highlander: Way of the Sword'' comic book series (2008), Dynamite Entertainment, Issue #4, pp. 1-5. Ramirez is shown marrying his Japanese wife Shakiko in ancient Japan, and is called by his Egyptian name of Tak Ne by her father, Masamune, during the flashbacks. '''''Galut''''' or '''''Golus''''' ( Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


community early

In late 1896 a rebellion broke out on Crete, and on January 21, 1897 a Greek (Greece) army landed in Crete to liberate the island from the Ottoman Empire and unite it with Greece. The European powers, including Austria-Hungary, intervened, and proclaimed Crete an international protectorate (Cretan State). Warships of the k.u.k. Kriegsmarine patrolled the waters off Crete in blockade of Ottoman naval forces. Crete remained in an anomalous position until finally ceded to Greece in 1913. According to a 2004 book by law professor Herbert Kritzer, contingent fees were allowed as of that year in the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, the Dominican Republic, France, Greece, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. Herbert M. Kritzer, ''Risks, Reputations, and Rewards: Contingency Fee Legal Practice in the United States'' (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2004), 258-259. They are also allowed in personal injury actions in Lithuania. Recently, they have


spell playing

.asp?pid 678&scp 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 Micky Quinn Greens on Screen. Retrieved 5 February 2010. and Watford (Watford F.C.) (in March 1995) before new manager Ron Atkinson gave him a free transfer on 1 May 1995. On leaving Coventry, Quinn had a brief spell playing in Greece with PAOK Thessaloniki FC (PAOK F.C.).


supervising national

of Development is responsible for designing, implementing and supervising national research and technological policy. In 2003, public spending on research and development (R&D) was 456.37 million euros (12.6% increase from 2002). Total R&D spending (both public and private) as a percentage of GDP had increased considerably since the beginning of the past decade, from 0.38% in 1989, to 0.65% in 2001. R&D spending in Greece remained lower than the EU average of 1.93%, but, according to Research DC, based on OECD and Eurostat data, between 1990 and 1998, total R&D expenditure in Greece enjoyed the third-highest increase in Europe, after Finland and Ireland. Because of its strategic location, qualified workforce and political and economic stability, many multinational companies such as Ericsson, Siemens (Siemens AG), Motorola and Coca-Cola have their regional research and development headquarters in Greece. Greece's technology parks with incubator facilities include the Science and Technology Park of Crete (Heraklion), the Thessaloniki Technology Park, the Lavrio Technology Park and the Patras Science Park, the Science and Technology Park of Epirus (Ioannina). Greece has been a member of the European Space Agency (ESA) since 2005. Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


quality productions

of the best performers and directors and the top quality productions reaching all levels of Turkish people made Erler Film one of the major TV production companies in the country. It produced more than 200 movies, among them 21 in co-production with Greece, Italy and Iran. Calendar The Ancient and religious calendar system in the Near East and the Middle East was a lunisolar calendar, in which months are lunar (moon) but years are solar (solar calendar), i.e


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*The often stated number of 200 AMR 35's includes the Renault YS (thirteen command and artillery observation vehicles), the ZT2 and the ZT3, but excludes the ZT4 and the ZB. The ZT4 production consisted of hulls only. In general for French tanks the standard turrets were produced separately; none were ever fitted on the ZT4. The ZT3 was not a tank but a tank destroyer. The ZB was an export version for China. *The Char D1 number includes the ten pre-series "NC31" vehicles

Greece 2005" it was clearly stated that "the impact of new accounting rules on the fiscal figures for the years 1997 to 1999 ranged from 0.7 to 1 percentage point of GDP

in the Greek Islands url http: www.openjourney.com blogs josh free-wifi-internet-greek-islands-47.html publisher Open Journey accessdate 20 August 2011 date 29 June 2011 3G 4G mobile internet usage has been on a sharp increase in recent years, with a 340% increase between August 2011 and August 2012.

Greece

Judaism has existed (History of the Jews in Greece) in Greece for more than 2,000 years. Sephardi Jews used to have a large presence in the city of Thessaloniki (by 1900, some 80,000, or more than half of the population, were Jews), but nowadays the Greek-Jewish community who survived German occupation and the Holocaust, during World War II, is estimated to number around 5,500 people.

Greek citizens who are Roman Catholic are estimated to be at around 50,000 with the Roman Catholic immigrant community in the country approximately 200,000. Old Calendarists (Greek Old Calendarists) account for 500,000 followers.

Hellenic Polytheistic Reconstructionism has also been reportedly practiced by thousands of Greeks.

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