Pindus


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Pindus

(ˈpɪndəs)
n
(Placename) a mountain range in central Greece between Epirus and Thessaly. Highest peak: Mount Smólikas, 2633 m (8639 ft). Modern Greek name: Píndhos

Pin•dus

(ˈpɪn dəs)

n.
a mountain range in central Greece: highest peak, 7665 ft. (2335 m).
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In the morning, I shall rejoice in the prospect of your coming, and in the evening dwell with delight on the happiness I have enjoyed in your presence; then too, when alone, I can call forth mighty pictures of the past, see vast horizons bounded only by the towering mountains of Pindus and Olympus.
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Peppered across the Pindus mountains in Epirus in the country's northwest, the ashen clusters have wild strawberries on arch bridges and glistening limestone towers in tune with Grecian grace.
In which European country are the Pindus Mountains mainly to be found?
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The Vlachs or Aromani lived mostly in the Pindus area and in several trading centers.
And in yet another rationalization of amateur sport, Horace Smith wrote: "For Bays did ancient bards compete,/Gathered on Pindus and Parnassus,/They by the leaf were paid, not sheet,/And that's the reason they surpass us" (11).
The six Greek Orthodox monasteries are built on spectacular natural rock pillars on the edge of the Pindus Mountains.
Scenes in For Your Eyes Only were shot at Greece's magestic Meteora, six Greek Orthodox monasteries built on spectacular natural rock pillars on the edge of the Pindus Mountains.
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Other factors related to decreased likelihood of working include presence of disabilities; job availability; primary responsibility for toddlers or infants; and family supports, for example, child support or earnings from other sources (Pavetti, Olson, Pindus, & Pernas, 1996).
However, there is considerable evidence of birch from the Late Glacial rock-shelter site of Boila in the Pindus mountain range, Epirus (dated approximately 15,000 BP to early Holocene).