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meg·a·ron

 (mĕg′ə-rŏn′)
n. pl. meg·a·ra (-ər-ə)
The main hall or central room of a palace or house, especially of Mycenaean Greece, having a pillared porch and a more or less central hearth.

[Greek.]

megaron

(ˈmɛɡəˌrɒn)
n, pl -ra (-rə)
(Archaeology) a tripartite rectangular room containing a central hearth surrounded by four pillars, found in Bronze Age Greece and Asia Minor
[from Greek, literally: hall, from megas large]

megaron

The large, rectangular, main room in a Bronze Age Greek house.
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His office has confirmed other engagements include a State dinner, wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown solider in Athens, a breakfast meeting with Irish and Greek business leaders at the Acropolis Museum and a concert performed by Irish and Greek artists at the Megaron Concert Hall organised by Culture Ireland and the Irish Embassy.
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On Monday, 24 April, the first Ministerial Conference of the Ancient Civilizations Forum will take place in Athens, at the Zappeion Megaron.
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The doors to the megaron have been shut, and the household attendants instructed not to open them for anyone, regardless of the commotion they may hear from within.
En el Ejecutivo, los ataques a los derechos indigenas han incluido la desconsideracion de las opiniones de la Comision Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, que planteo objeciones a la construccion de la represa de Belo Monte por falta de consulta adecuada a los pueblos indigenas, la subordinacion de la demarcacion de tierras indigenas (en su estado mas bajo desde la dictadura) a ministerios como el de Minas y Energia y a empresas estatales como la Embrapa (empresa agropecuaria), la dimision del principal interlocutor indigena del gobierno en la Fundacion Nacional del Indio, el cacique Kayapo Megaron, y la solidificacion de la alianza con los sectores de la agroindustria mas directamente implicados en el genocidio guarani (8).
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