Salonika

NOUN
  1. a port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea; second largest city of Greece
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  • The Nazis ingathered tens of thousands of Jews (including babies, women, the elderly) from far flung corners of the world -- from the Island of Rhodes from Salonika and from other obscure locations -- in order to gas them at Auschwitz and at other death camps. Alan Dershowitz: Hezbollah's Goal: "Going After [the Jews] Worldwide"
  • The Shamrock Rovers manager, Michael O'Neill, praised PAOK Salonika as his side saw their hopes of progressing to the Europa League knockout stages end after a 3-1 defeat in Dublin. PSV Eindhoven draw comfort from Europa League qualification
  • When I did a play called Salonika with Jessica Tandy. mirror.co.uk - Home
  • In a locality where the judges cannot enter the immersion chamber (such as Salonika, where the ritual bath was situated in the women’s bathhouse), a female convert may immerse in the presence of three women, who are the agents of the court, after having accepted the yoke of the commandments [i.e., before the members of the court] outside the ritual bath (Mishpetei Ouziel, Even ha-Ezer [1935 ed.], para. Rabbi Ben-Zion Meir Hai Ouziel.
  • The Balkan peninsula, which had been raised to a high level of security and prosperity during the Roman dominion, gradually relapsed into barbarism as a result of these endless invasions; the walled towns, such as Salonika and Constantinople, were the only safe places, and the country became waste and desolate. The Balkans A History of Bulgaria—Serbia—Greece—Rumania—Turkey
  • Meyer also worked for Bulgarian prisoners of war incarcerated in Salonika, Greece immediately after the war. Pursuit of an 'Unparalleled Opportunity': The American YMCA and Prisoner of War Diplomacy among the Central Power Nations during World War I
  • The last bishop of the Greek Rite was the learned Michael Akominatos, who, when the Franks came, retired to the Island of Keos, after first visiting the cardinal legate of the pope in Thessalonika to impetrate certain favours for those formerly under his charge who wished to adhere to the Greek form of worship. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
  • The Republic of Ireland goalkeeper, 34, damaged the joint for the second time in less than a year during the warm-up for City's Europa League tie against Aris Salonika last week.
  • The Pope sketched a brief biography of the saints explaining how Cyril, born in Salonika around the year 826, received a careful education and was ordained a priest at an early age. Pope John Paul II
  • Her inquiries included evidence being laid before the judge at first instance of correspondence between herself and appropriate medical authorities in the prefecture that included Salonika and her village and areas.
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