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Thes·sa·lo·ní·ki

 (thĕ′sä-lô-nē′kē) also Thes·sa·lo·ni·ca (-lô-nī′kə, -lŏn′ĭ-kə) or Sa·lo·ni·ka (sə-lŏn′ĭ-kə, săl′ə-nē′kə)
A city of northeast Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea. Founded c. 315 bc, it flourished after c. 146 as the capital of the Roman province of Macedon. Today it is a major port and the second-largest city in Greece.

Thessaloníki

(Greek θɛsalɔˈniki)
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(Placename) a port in NE Greece, in central Macedonia at the head of the Gulf of Salonika (an inlet of the Aegean): capital of the Roman province of Macedonia; university (1926). Pop: 824 000 (2005 est). Latin name: Thessalonica English name: Salonika or Salonica
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Noun1.Thessaloníki - a port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean SeaThessaloniki - a port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea; second largest city of Greece
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In October 1915, a Franco-British force of two brigades landed at Salonika - now Thessalonika - following a plea from the Greek Prime Minister.
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Arsis is an independent, non-profit charity operating in Greece with centres in Athens, Thessalonika, Volos, Kozani, Alexandroupolis and Tirana.
AS they car pool to Longford from Dublin, occasionally they reminisce about Belgrade, Kazan, London and Thessalonika.
This was described by Symeon of Thessalonika, the fifteenth-century bishop.
159) The symbolic-anagogical function of the images presented 'in a light acceptable to Christians' is also present in the writings of John of Thessalonika which were cited in the proceedings of the Seventh Eccumenical Council of 787 as well as in the theological treatises of Leontius, Bishop of Neapolis, who wrote the Life of John the Almsgiver, Patriarch of Alexandria (7th century).
In October 1915 they landed in Salonika, now Thessalonika, in the Balkans, and were involved in many bloody engagements, sometimes fighting alongside the Rus-sians against the Bulgarians and Serbians.
So byvoorbeeld word die moderne leser inhoudelik gekonfronteer deur relieke van heiliges wat op wonderbaarlike wyse nie vergaan nie en wat oor genesende kragte beskik soos byvoorbeeld die Heilige Grootmartelaar Dimitrios van Thessalonika uit wie se relieke tot en met vandag genesende, welriekende salf vloei.
Anthimos, the Greek Orthodox metropolitan of Thessalonika, asserted strong opposition to Turkish soap operas, including the "Magnificent Century," a historical show that presents life in the Ottoman palace during the reign of the sultan known as Suleiman the Magnificent in Turkey.
The Saltley man was killed on November 6, 1917, and is buried at Thessalonika.