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a port city in western Greece in the northwestern Peloponnese on an inlet of the Ionian Sea


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Departments of Ophthalmology, Microbiology and Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Patras University Hospital, Rion, Patras, Greece
On July 12, 2007, the Hellenic Coast Guard (HCG), in cooperation with the Hellenic Customs Service (HCS), seized 52 kilograms of cocaine from a ship near Patras, Greece.
7 million order from Soltech SA of Patras, Greece, for a turnkey line of equipment capable of making 30 megawatts of solar wafers, cells and modules annually.
Koliopoulos, MD, PhD, former chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology of the University Hospital of Patras, Greece, for his support in conducting the above study.
Andrew's Church in Patras, Greece, to kiss the coffin that holds St.
Yesterday, a higher court in Patras, Greece, upheld the convictions for Hutton and Jones, but reduced their suspended sentences to 15-months.
Today, they began their appeals against their convictions at a higher court in Patras, Greece.
She improved dramaticallyin 2002, when she won a bronze medal on the uneven bars at the European Championships in Patras, Greece.
Session 3 on Anti-Bacterial Polymers for Medical Devices will include the following presentations: "Antimicrobial polymers using metallic silver technology for the medical device industry," Michael Wagener, Bio-Gate Bioinnovative Materials GmbH, Germany; "Future technologies for biomedical applications," Joost Maas, TNO Science and Industry, The Netherlands; and "Bacterial adhesion to plasma modified polyethylene terephthalate," Yannis Missirlis, Maria Katsikogianni, Eleutherios Amanatides and Dimitrios Mataras, University of Patras, Greece.
PATRAS, Greece - They stood and cheered and chanted, almost danced as they waved.
Knowing that most observers considered his victory over Karelin to be a fluke, Rulon entered the Greco-Roman world championship tournament in Patras, Greece, in December 2001.
David Wilson won his appeal after returning from the UK to the court in Patras, Greece, where he was jailed last March.