(59) For a recent discussion of the criteria of the ecumenicity of a council, see Brigitta Kleinschwarzer-Meister, "Die Relevanz des Konzils von Nikaia
fur die Gegenwart: Ruckblick und Perspektiven," Catholica 62 (2008) 1-17: see esp.
"He was hospitalised last night and died this morning," an official at the Nikaia
state hospital in Athens told Reuters.
He was narrowly beaten in the featherweight division by Sweden's Bashir Nassan at the Nikaia
Study participants were 80 pregnant primigravidae white women with mean (SD) BMI of 24.7 (2.2) kg/[m.sup.2] (before pregnancy) and age of 29.5 (4.5) years, with no history of type 2 diabetes mellitus, recruited during the 1st trimester of pregnancy from the Obstetrics and Gynecology outpatient clinic of Aretaieion University Hospital (Athens) and the Nikaia
General Hospital (Athens).
At the Nikaia
Olympic Weightlifting Hall, the medals will be awarded in women's 53-kg and men's 56-kg categories.
Among five vessels recently sold to Asian ship-breakers is the Nikaia
, a 25-year-old bulk sold by Greek company Marmaras Navigation and the River Stream, a chemical tanker owned by Dutch company Vroon, sold for scrap to India for around 720,000 [pounds sterling].
(151.) Friedo Ricken, "Nikaia
als Krisis des altchristlichen Platonismus," Theologie und Philosophie 44 (1969): 321-41, rightly observes in conclusion: "Homoousios heisst: Der Sohn steht auf der Seinstufe des transzendenten Gottes." However, this is not enough, as he fails to take Constantine's role and his Hermetic background into consideration.
Pantelis T Nikolaidis, Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Thermopylon 7, Nikaia
Authorities found the evidence in a garbage bag outside the 45-year-old's residence in Nikaia
, south-eastern Attica.
But Donegal welterweight Willie McLoughlin exited the tournament after he was edged out by 13-11 by Velibor Vidic of Bosnia at the Olympic Centre of Nikaia
(*) Corresponding author: Pantelis Theodoros Nikolaidis, Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Nikaia