philoxenia


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philoxenia

(ˌfɪləˈziːnɪə)
n
an act of hospitableness and welcome
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Nine candidates in total will register to take part in the presidential election, submitting their right to do so at the Philoxenia Conference Centre in Nicosia.
REUTERS/Jamal Saidi/File Photo EgyptAir participates in Philoxenia exhibition in Greece EgyptAir has taken part in the 33rd international tourism exhibition Philoxenia held in Thessaloniki city in northern Greece.
I am from a country where philoxenia, which means hosting a stranger or hospitality, has always been very important.
The actions of the government, the House of Representatives, as well as the Central Bank of Cyprus and their impact on the recovery of the economy will be the main topic of discussion at a conference organised by employers and industrialists federation OEV next Tuesday at the Philoxenia Conference Centre in Nicosia.
Analogues of the Deserter in the Gauertal Incident: Philoxenia in 'The Snows of Kilimanjaro.
Philoxenia Receiving Tourists--but not Guests--on a Greek Island.
20) This sacramental presence of Christ becomes, for the first generations of Christian communities, the cornerstone of hospitality, philoxenia, towards those needy people who do not have a place to rest, a virtue insisted upon by the apostle Paul (Rom.
Paper presented at the Xenophobia and Philoxenia Conference, the Netherlands Institute of Athens.
12) Starting as a motif from the episode of Abraham's philoxenia at the oak of Mamre, a profoundly theological theme is developed, that of the feast of the master and the stranger.
THE 26th Philoxenia International Exhibition of Tourism and the first Hotelia-Expro & Clean took place in Thessaloniki, Greece recently.
From xenos comes the world philoxenia, which translates into a love of the guest-stranger and the enjoyment of being a host.
Tambien se debe agregar que el concepto de philoxenia, o amor al extranjero, crean la base moral para la consolidacion de la vida correcta (eupoleteia), y de la vida feliz (eudaimonia), ampliamente descrita por Aristoteles en su Etica a Nicomaco.