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simi

(ˈsɪmɪ)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) an East African short sword
[Swahili sime]
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The unique 9-night cruise will make ports of call at Symi, Chania, Kefalonia, Kotor (Montenegro), Bari (Italy) Igoumenitsa, Gythio and Rhodes.
Try the juicy fresh prawns at the Ouzo Tavern by the main pool, directly from nearby fishing paradise isle Symi, a favourite haunt of George Clooney.
In Rick's own kitchen on the Greek island of Symi, the chef cooks traditional Albanian dishes, including Lepur Comlek and Tave Kosi.
Greece declares state of emergency on Symi Island after storm Greece declared a state of emergency on Symi Island on Tuesday after a sudden storm swept cars into the sea, damaged homes, and cut off electricity and water supplies, Reuters reported.
The associated research led Ga to consider the political and historical aspects of what drifts in our waters and the ethics of beachcombers, and eventually brought her to the Greek islands of Symi and Lesbos, where Theophrastus purportedly first cast a letter in a bottle to better understand the sea's movement.
One bite and I was back in Symi harbour, looking out across the Aegean Sea to Turkey.
Coast guard officials said 2,492 people were rescued in 70 operations off the eastern islands of Lesbos, Chios, Samos, Agathonissi, Farmakonissi, Kos and Symi. Separately, it said a coast guard patrol boat rescued another 13 people spotted in the water near the port of Chios by a local boat.
The incident occurred near the Greek island of Symi when agents of