Chios


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an island in the Aegean Sea off the west coast of Turkey

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Refugee Education Chios is the only education provider and I thought it would be a great way to make a difference and be part of a process that gives children some sense of stability and a space to be kids.
More than 3,000 migrants and refugees are currently in Chios.
Since TMEWP represents roughly 70% of the crude mastic gum (Paraschos et al 2007), the dose for TMEWP was calculated to be 46 mg/kg, according to the nutraceutical dose proposed in the mastic capsules' leaflet, being issued by the Chios Mastiha Growers Association and which are suitable for humans.
The email also mentioned a widely reported incident last Tuesday in which Greek coastguards intercepted a boat containing guns and explosives in the waters near Turkey, close to Chios.
Chios is the fifth largest Greek island and was the birthplace of Greek shipping magnate Stavros Livanos.
I want to also add my welcome to Chios, who is the Canadian Director, and our thanks to Michael Scharf, who handles that on behalf of the United States side of the equation.
In Medieval times it was highly prized for the Sultan's harem both as a breath refreshener and for cosmetics The spice's use was widened when Chios became part of the Ottoman Empire [1].
Mastihashops sell Mediterranean natural products most of which contain Chios Mastiha, a therapeutic resin from the island of Chios in Greece.
lt;/p><p>The airlinea[euro](tm)s domestic routes for this winter include 13 flights a week to Alexandroupolis, 22 flights a week to Chania, daily services to Kefallonia and Santorini, 29 weekly services to Herakleion, 20 weekly services to Ioannina, 19 weekly services to Chios, six weekly services to Mykonos and Syros, 20 weekly flights to Kos, 17 weekly services to Kavala, 18 weekly service to Lemnos, 14 weekly flights to Mytilene, three times daily services to Rhodes, 43 weekly services to Thessalonik, 13 weekly services to Samos and five times a week services to Zakynthos.
are located near the islands of Chios and Oinousses in the eastern Aegean just off the coast of Turkey.
The new ice cream line prominently features the ingredient mastic, which is produced only from trees on the Greek island of Chios, and which is used in traditional Greek and Turkish ice creams.
Not to be confused with the similarly named Stoic philosopher from Chios, Aristo of Iulis' works include biographies of Heraclitus, Socrates, and Epicurus, recording the wills of the leaders of Peripatos, as well as several possible writings whose authorship remain in dispute between Aristo and his Stoic counterpart.
Gerbruder Woerle will be showcasing its mild semi cheese with fresh buttermilk, while The Greek Delicatessen will be giving visitors a taste of a traditional fruit pie with bitter orange and honey from the island of Chios.
EU Health Commissioner Markos Kyprianou is expected to recommend stepping up defensive measures which have already led to bans on imports into the EU of live birds from Turkey, Romania, the Greek island of Chios and Russia.
Imports from Turkey, Romania and the Greek island of Chios are already banned although tests for the deadly strain have proved negative.