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Xan·thus

 (zăn′thəs)
An ancient city of Lycia in present-day southwest Turkey. It was besieged and taken by the Persians (c. 546 bc) and the Romans (c. 42 bc). Both times the residents destroyed the city before surrendering.

Xanthus

(ˈzænθəs)
n
(Placename) the chief city of ancient Lycia in SW Asia Minor: source of some important antiquities

Xan•thus

(ˈzæn θəs)

n.
an ancient city of Lycia, in SW Asia Minor.
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In today's meeting, in addition to the Technical Committee of Valletta, four Health Ministers and two Secretaries of State participated: Adalberto Campos Fernandes, Minister of Portugal; Andreas Xanthos, Minister of Greece; Chris Fearne, Minister of Malta; Milojka Kolar Celarc, Minister of Slovenia; Dan Octavian Alexandrescu, Secretary of State of Romania; and Zeljko Plazonic, Secretary of State of Croatia.
And, as Greek Health Minister Andreas Xanthos has noted, health-care professionals are increasingly encountering parents who have fears about vaccinating their children.
And, as Greek Minister of Health Andreas Xanthos has noted, healthcare professionals are increasingly encountering parents who have fears about vaccinating their children.
Xanthos Cosmos is the first true yellow cosmos and a European garden award winner.
There's a dwarf yellow variety, Xanthos, available now which would be ideal if space is limited.
As I point out in my earlier piece, "this ancient kingdom of Lycia, on Turkey's Mediterranean shore, holds a wealth of wondrous archaeological sites: Telmessos (Fethiye), Olimpos, Phaselis, Myra, Antiphellos (KaE-), Teimiussa, Patara, Xanthos and dozens more all within a day-trip range of KaE-.
Already, chairman Dr Christis Hassapis and board members Xanthos Vrachas and Andreas Yiasemides have announced their resignations and will not seek reelection.
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