acharné

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acharné

(əˈʃɑːneɪ)
adj
furiously violent
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PPG Industries in Greece recently followed up its first customer training seminar with a second event at its facility in Acharnai, Athens.
in honor of a certain Epikleides of Acharnai, perhaps an agonistic victor of that period.
(67.) DAA 246 (the dedication of Hippotherides of Acharnai) shows both an uncorrected dittography and a corrected spelling mistake (Vanderpool 1970, pp.
For Kissos as one of the names by which he was known in the deme of Acharnai in Attica, see Paus.
(20) Follet has shown that the tenure of Claudius Apollinarios of Acharnai belongs to the first decade of the third century.