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Khaniá

(xaˈnja)
n
(Placename) a transliteration of the Modern Greek name for Chania
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Ca•ne•a

(kəˈni ə)

n.
the capital of Crete, on the W part. 47,338. Greek, Khania.
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As a result, traffic was seen gridlocked for hours at various points along the highway, including at Khania, Kaghan and Bata Kundi despite extensive arrangements undertaken by the provincial police department.
As a result, Hadia, Adil and Zainab died on the spot while Wahida, Khania, Azkar, Nayyab , Haji Begum, Muneeba, Musarat,
Shankiari, Oghi, Mansehra, Baffa, Khawjgan, Balakot, Shohal Mozilla, Mahandri, Jareed, Khania and many other areas of district Manshera caught by the gastroenteritis outbreak where patients have no facilities for this disease.
John Cathedral Church, Church Assemblies of God Saddar, Saint John Wiyani Church Yakatoot, Baitul Khania and Nazrin Church Gulbahar and other churches of the city.
2002), 4: 6; Hajji Khania, Kashf al-unan (Leipzig, 1835-1858), 1: 257; 2: 344, 346; 4: 22, 24, 26; 5: 38; 7: 767, 1079-80; al-Dawfidi.
Enjoying their day are Lee Naylor, above left, and Khania Rehman, above right
Right now, Botswana's ban does not extend to highfence private ranches, but the issue is still unsettled, and Khania, a long-time and outspoken critic of sport hunting, could eliminate all commercial operations.
In CEDO jurisprudence regarding the right to access a Court of Law, it seems relevant the decision given in the case The Catholic Church from Khania c/c Greece (1997), (28) in which the petitioner complained about being the victim of discrimination on religion.
Superbly illustrated with monochrome photographs and line drawings, this collection of nine papers presents findings from a range of projects, including new and unpublished Linear A and Linear B inscriptions from Khania, a study of spatial arrangements and households on Andros and Siphnos, first news from field work in Kalydon, the first six years of work on the Zea Harbor Project, three towers in the Pirean puzzle, the Zea shipsheds as revealed in tile deposits, a fresh approach to the Parthenon Frieze, the cult and politics of the Knidian Aphrodite, and the notion of landscape in antiquity as a functional or aesthetic category.
On her return voyage, Boudicca stops at Khania, a picturesque port on the island of Crete.
That period is reflected architecturally in the monumental Venetian walls and fortifications that loom over the harbors of the principal cities on the northern coast (Heraklion, Rethymnon, and Khania) and that guarded the pirate-infested coasts of the South (Frangokastello) as well as the fountains that decorate the squares of the inner cities.