dromos


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dromos

(ˈdrɒmɒs)
n
an entrance or passageway to a building or temple
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In 1969, composer Mimis Plessas' work entitled O Dromos (The Road), which included lyrics by Papadopoulos, became the fastest selling Greek album of the year.
Syn-drome" comes from the Greek syn "with" and dromos "a race"; running; race-course; or even "a public walk.
Other Mulberry Films productions include The Piano Tuner , adapted from a novel by Daniel Mason, Dromos, anadaptation of Massimo Carlotto's Respiro Corto, and Purple America , an adaptation of a book by Rick Moody.
Contractor name : PRACOWNIA PROJEKTOWO-KONSULTINGOWA DRG I MOSTW DROMOS SP.
The Melodic Characteristics of Greek Rebetika Music: A Comparative Study on the Dromos and the Maqams.
The proposals "cannot be supported, cannot be voted for", Syriza party lawmaker Eleni Sotiriou was quoted as telling the weekly Dromos tis Aristeras.
En el transcurso de las obras de construccion de la Universidad Publica de Tartus (Siria) fue hallada una tumba tipo dromos.
Dr Lange described the find in Dromos Square on the mission's blog as "unexpected".
Prodromo: (Del latin prodromus, y este del griego [pro eantes deE + dromos 'arrera']: precursor, que precede):
In ancient times the Games were formed only by a one whole staduim's length running race (192,27m), called dromos or stadion, and religious ceremonies.
Son temple, relie a celui de Karnak par un dromos, longue allee bordee de sphinx, fut erige au XIVe siecle av.
In a scene from Silyonios, as Kichesias learns that his long-lost daughter is alive, he asks Dromos to be explicit about his daughter's "safe" (parthenos, 372-3) status, reminding the audience of the sheer improbability that a girl raised in slavery would escape some form of sexual violation.