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Greeks

Mathematical measures of risk. See also: delta, gamma, rho, theta, and vega.
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SOME 21 people died in fighting between ethnic Greeks and Turks in the port of Limassol in Cyprus.
6-7, 1955 incidents -- when ethnic Greeks in ystanbul and yzmir were subjected to an ethnic-cleansing operation -- similar attacks took place in a number of towns and cities in Turkey.
After the fall of the Iron Curtain, waves of Albanians and ethnic Greeks from the former Soviet Union flocked to Greece.
The reason for their dwindling hope is the fact that the law that Greece passed in 1982 allowing the return only of those citizens who are ethnic Greeks is still in force.
The terms of that agreement meant the mass expulsion of ethnic Greeks living in western Anatolia, as well as the territory of Eastern Thrace on the European mainland.
In its heydey, the newspaper had a circulation of 30,000 among the Rum -- a Turkish name for the ethnic Greeks.
In the 1980s, the socialist government of Andreas Papandreou granted long-term loans to returning ethnic Greeks who wanted to construct hotels or start their own businesses.
Papadopolous, 45, was one of thousands of Orthodox Christians who journeyed to Sumela Monastery, built into a sheer cliff above the Black Sea forest, on Sunday to attend the first Mass here since ethnic Greeks were expelled in 1923.
Not wishing to be the interpreters of the position of Athens about the historical and current relations that are established between Albania and Greece in this Dictionary from geographical, demographical, cultural, political, and even ethnical aspect, we strongly react in reference to this discriminatory and humiliating position towards the ethnic Greeks in Albania as regards their origin, culture, and identity inside the Albanian state," Barka said.
Cyprus's ethnic Greeks and Turks have lived apart since a Turkish invasion in 1974 triggered by a brief Greek-inspired coup, following years of sporadic inter-communal violence.
Moreover, what is to be said about the ethnic Greeks in Greece with origins in Asia Minor who consider Asia Minor to be their "fatherland"?
However, Byzantium was overwhelmingly multinational with ethnic Greeks as a minority.