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Synonyms for Salonika

a port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea

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Salonika Consultancy notes its appreciation of the fact that LIBOR has different connotations now, and, in effect, represents the credit worthiness of a bank in relation to another.
In a letter, dated August 4, 1917, Cynan writes to his cousin, Megan, from an ambulance depot in Salonika.
Pressed in all sectors, Turkish forces were defeated, virtually everywhere, losing Edirne to the Bulgarians and Salonika to the Greeks.
Redknapp went on: "It is an awful situation, what with the Liverpool match coming so soon after the game in Salonika.
Located in neutral Greece, Salonika was intended to provide a safe haven for exhausted and wounded troops from the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign.
The four times a week service is scheduled to operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays departing from Istanbul at 10:00 and arriving in Salonika at 11:25.
ROUND OF 16 MATCHES: Benfica or VfB Stuttgart v BATE or PSG, Besiktas or Dynamo Kiev v Aris Salonika or MANCHESTER CITY, Rubin Kazan or FC Twente v Young Boys or Zenit St Petersburg, PAOK Salonika or CSKA Moscow v Sevilla or FC Porto, Lille or PSV v Rangers or Sporting, FC Metalist Kharkiv or Bayer Leverkusen v Napoli or Villarreal, Anderlecht or Ajax v Basle or Spartak Moscow, Sparta Prague or LIVERPOOL v Lech Poznan or Braga.
Utilizing the Ladino press from New York and Salonika, archives of the Jewish community of Salonika and of the Sephardic Brotherhood of America, ships' manifests and records of Ellis Island's Special Board of Inquiries, consular reports from Salonika, memoirs, and a handful of other archival sources, this article seeks to analyze the reasons given by Salonikan Jews and their contemporaries to explain why Salonikan Jews left their natal city and came to the United States during the early twentieth century, and to explore the distinctiveness of their migration experiences.
Red Star Belgrade, Aris Salonika and Braga will also compete in the group but it is the trip to Munich which excites Anelka.
Dounis (1886-1954) was born in Greece, received a degree in medicine from the University of Vienna, had a brief career as a concert violinist, and then returned to Greece, where he was a violin professor at the Salonika Conservatory and wrote many of his pedagogical works.
The contributions are grouped into six areas: the Western Front, the war at sea, the war outside Western Europe such as Gallipoli or Salonika, the role of aeroplanes, and crucial periods or events ('tipping points').
He also spent a short loan term with Greek side Aris Salonika and has won 26 international caps.
Their essays investigate the impact of Jewish commercial activities not only in Atlantic maritime cities like London, Hamburg, and Portsmouth, but in continental ports-of-call like Odessa and Salonika and even in farther-flung outposts of Jewish commercial penetration such as Shanghai and Recife.
Kovacevic was axed by Greek club Salonika last season and played briefly for Brighton on trial.
Soon after Greece had regained Salonika from Turley in 1912, the Archives de Ia Planete decided a photographic survey should be made, to record aspects, practices and modes of human activity the inevitable disappearance of which is only a matter of time'.