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also Pan·hel·len·ic  (păn′hə-lĕn′ĭk)
1. Of or relating to all Greek peoples or a movement to unify them.
2. Of or relating to all Greek-letter fraternities and sororities.


(Peoples) of or relating to all the Greeks, all Greece, or Panhellenism


or pan•hel•len•ic

(ˌpæn həˈlɛn ɪk, -ˈli nɪk)

1. pertaining to all Greeks or to Panhellenism.
2. pertaining to collegiate fraternities and sororities with Greek letter names.
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Adj.1.Panhellenic - of or relating to all the Greeks; "the Olympic Games were a Panhellenic celebration"
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Shahs path to politics began in college through journalism and leadership, first as an assistant managing editor her campus conservative publication and later as president of her schools Panhellenic Council.
Chicago Northwest Suburban Panhelleic offers Scholarships: The Chicago Northwest Suburban Alumnae Panhellenic's Holiday Fundraiser Fashion Show and Luncheon was a success again, enabling the group to offer six $1,500 scholarships to high school women who are seniors and plan to attend a college or university that has National Panhellenic groups.
The operation of the cataract in special cases, 25th Panhellenic Ophthalmological Conference, Halkidiki, Thessaloniki,1992.
Graduates of the Master of Landscape Architecture of Neapolis University, Pavlos Zanos and George Charalambous, presented papers, which were part of their Master thesis at the 18th Panhellenic Forestry Conference in Edessa .
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This is a showcase of ignorance and that the Panhellenic Council should do better in combating racism.
Froning was involved in Alpha Delta Pi, the Panhellenic Society, the Arkansas Booster Club, Boar's Head Players Theatre Group, KUAF Radio Station Advisory Board, and KUAF - FM Radio Station.
However, the complexity of Greek views on cultural variation and its role in identity formation (be it sexual, panhellenic, or ethnic) ends up rather underappreciated, and much more could be said about the treatment of Herodotus alone (as in his account of the Scythians in book 4 of his Histories).
The Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council in a statement issued Friday by the UO Division of Student Life extended their "deepest apologies" for the damage to the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.
The media strike called by the Panhellenic Federation of Journalists' Unions (POESY) affects the Greek national news agency ANA- MPA, the national television broadcaster ERT, as well as private electronic media, newspapers, magazines, news websites and press offices of state organizations.
Following Saturday's clash between Omonia and archrivals APOEL -- their main foes, both in geographical and ideological terms -- which the right-wing APOEL won, a Twitter account going by the name Monaha Thyra 9 ('Only Gate 9', referring to the club's loyal organised fans) posted a slogan shouted at stadiums, which targets the 'Orange' -- Gate 9's APOEL counterparts, who call themselves members of the Panhellenic Fans' Association.
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