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2013-07-03 23:21:09

Co-owners and creators of 'Nice n Easy' BIO Restaurant in Athens, Greece, Dimitris Christoforidis and Executive Chef Christos Athanasiadis, are proud to announce the Grand Opening of their newest ‘Nice n Easy’ location in Kalo Livadi – Mykonos. Athens, Greece (PRWEB) July 03, 2013 ‘Nice n Easy’ is the newest addition to hit Kalo Livadi beach in Mykonos, Greece. The BIO restaurant was conceived and developed by Dimitris Christoforidis and Chef Christos Athanasiadis with...

2010-05-17 10:07:00

MYKONOS, Greece, May 17 /PRNewswire/ -- American Jeffrey Siger lives on the Greek island of Mykonos and writes fast-paced mystery thrillers. His books explore serious societal issues confronting modern Greece, while touching upon its ancient roots. His writing has been called "international police procedural writing at its best" (Booklist, starred review) and the City of San Francisco recently honored him for his "acclaimed books" that have "inspired political change in Greece." Never,...

2010-02-11 14:39:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- American author, Jeffrey Siger, writes fast-paced mystery thrillers that just happen to explore serious societal issues confronting modern Greece while touching upon its ancient roots. His work has been called "international police procedural writing at its best." (Booklist) On Friday evening, February 5, 2010, at a dinner in San Francisco attended by Greece's Vice-Consul, he was surprised with a Certificate of Honor from San Francisco Mayor Gavin...

2009-01-28 09:18:00

NEW YORK, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Jeffrey Siger's Murder in Mykonos, Greece's best selling English-language book of the summer, has just been published in the United States. Murder in Mykonos has the makings of a classic Greek tragedy: a young woman, a reversal of fate, and a pile of bodies. But without the fates to explain away the crime, the pressure is on Athens homicide detective Andreas Kaldis to uncover the truth. That truth lies somewhere underneath a remote mountain church where the...

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2006-01-10 07:14:50

ATHENS, Greece -- British and Greek archaeologists are preparing a major excavation on a tiny Greek island to try to explain why it produced history's largest collection of Cycladic flat-faced marble figurines. Artwork from barren Keros inspired such artists as Pablo Picasso and Henry Moore but also attracted ruthless looters. Now experts are seeking insight into the island's possible role as a major religious center of the enigmatic Cycladic civilization some 4,500 years ago. Excavations...


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jument
  • A beast of burden; also, a beast in general.
'Jument' ultimately comes from the Latin 'jugum,' yoke.
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