Kalamos


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Kalamos

An ancient Greek unit of length approximately equivalent to 3.08 meters. It was also called an akaina or a dekapous.
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The voyage only saw us travel around 100 miles in the week but it felt like an odyssey, which was appropriate since we stopped at Ithaca, home of Odysseus, as well as zigzagging our way across the islands of Meganisi, Levkas, Kastos, Atoko, Kalamos and sailing at night across to Palairos on the mainland, watching shooting stars and picking out constellations with the help of an iPhone app.
Firefighters try to extinguish a fire in Kalamos yesterday.
The fire near Athens started in Kalamos, a coastal holiday spot some 45 km (30 miles) northeast of the capital, and spread to three more towns, damaging dozens of homes.
Hundreds of residents in Kalamos had fled their homes and spent the night near the beach.
Contract notice: Supply stations for patent kalamos kapandritiou ci, ci malakasa, ci oropos, primary and secondary education.
example, in February 2015, pirates attacked the VLCC M/T KALAMOS, while
Several more Commandaria sweet wines won the Gold, together with other excellent wines: Commandaria 2008 (Tsiakkas), Commandaria 2005 (Kyperounda Winery), Kalamos Commandaria 2009 (Nicholas Ignatiou & Sons), Saint John (Keo Mallia Winery), Commandaria White Sweet Xynisteri 2007 (G.
The Kalamos crude carrier was heading to Nigeria's main oil terminal when it was attacked on Feb 3.
Officials said the 281,000-dwt tanker Kalamos was anchored off the
Festival participants: Coral Seafood Restaurant, Creedon Catering, Crown Bakery, Culpepper's Bakery & Cafe, Ed Hyder's Mediterranean Marketplace, George's Bakery, Kalamos Greek & Mediterranean Market, George's Coney Island, Livia's Dish, Meze Greek Tapas Bar & Grill, Mrs.
Kalamos was said to be transformed into the reed whose rustling now connotes grieving.
The region consists of 32 islands, but only 13 of them are inhabited (the four aforementioned islands plus Antipaxoi, Ereikousa, Ithaka, Kalamos, Kastos, Mathraki, Meganisi, Othonoi and Paxoi).