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Synonyms for Chios

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

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Project CHIO will test emerging standards for the capture, storage, and distribution of images, and for linking texts and images.
Michael Mronz, General Manager of Aachener Reitturnier GmbH, said: The fact that this successful partnership of trust between Deutsche Bank and CHIO Aachen is being extended is also the result of its constant further development.
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.
A police spokesman for the northern Aegean region to which Chios belongs said about 300 people had left the centre.
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.
Foley was co-leader of a 2005 expedition with the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research to survey a shipwreck off the Greek island of Chios in the Aegean Sea.
This fine collection of 17 essays on various aspects of the work of Ion of Chios was inspired by the 2003 conference of the Australian Society for Classical Studies and a September 2004 colloquium at the U.
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.
Test results are due back on whether the outbreak in the Chios island area is another case of the potentially lethal H5N1 strain of the flu.
Dallas-Damis returned to her parental island of Chios in 1985, where she continued her literary career as a perfectly bilingual author, translator, and journalist.
On board, a thieving servant makes trouble, too, and in a stop at the Greek island of Chios Hubert and his knight engage in a violent joust with a nasty knight and his squire over a suspected theft.
A CARGO ship carrying 627 illegal immigrants was towed to the Greek island of Chios by authorities yesterday.
Silhouettes of mountains, dark and mysterious, were just visible on the horizon - Chios was guarding its secrets for the next day.