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Nonfiction Usage Journalism UsageAustralia - News: October 4, 2004 - Headline: Voters Air Concerns on Iraq, Health Ahead of Australian Election. Author: Phil Mercer. Excerpt: Labor's campaign centers on issues such as creating a more equitable education system and making health care more affordable. That is a concern for 61-year-old Christos Juhanson, who lives in the southern city of Adelaide. Health is very important. I need my Medicare. This year I was sick for the first time for 10 years and I was amazed at what my doctors' bills were. I personally think the Coalition will probably sneak back in. I think the young lad from the Labor Party is probably not quite there this time, he says.Greece - News: October 11, 2004 - Headline: Greek Court Sentences Terrorists to 25 Years Imprisonment. Excerpt: The four defendants, three men and a woman - former Kimolos mayor Angeletos Kanas, Costas Agapiou, Irene Athanasaki and Christos Tsigaridas - were convicted on terrorism-related charges. They were also ordered to each pay fines of more than $27,000.Greece - News: December 22, 2004 - Headline: IAAF Suspends Sprinters Kenteris and Thanou. Excerpt: The IAAF said that it did not accept the sprinters' explanation of why they missed previous drug tests in Chicago and Tel Aviv. The track governing body said the sprinters' coach Christos Tzekos was also suspended pending a hearing before the Greek Federation.United States - News: June 7, 2003 - Headline: Retired Scientists Share Their Knowledge with Students, Teachers. Author: Faiza Elmasry. Excerpt: Mr. Weiss and his fellow volunteers went to work as part of RE-SEED, which stands for Retirees Enhancing Science Education through Experiments and Demonstrations. Professor Christos Zahopoulos of Northeastern University School of Engineering is the director and founder of the program. We started the program with six people in 1991 in Boston, Massachusetts. Since then we have trained close to 450 people, and we have a presence in 10 states right now, he said. And our people have offered 400,000 hours of their lives. ... RE-SEED director Christos Zahopoulos agrees that training is important so that the retired scientists can engage students in active learning. ... What really differentiates this program from anything else that exists in the country that uses scientists and engineers are two things, said Christos Zahopoulos. One is the long training we provide to our participants, close to 40 hours of training. Second, we ask them to make a year long commitment when they spend roughly, on average, a day a week in the class supporting the teachers.Washington - News: April 29, 2005 - Headline: Orthodox Christians Celebrate Easter May 1. Author: Penelope Poulou. Excerpt: It's interesting that throughout the history of the Soviet Union Communists were never able to wipe out the celebration of Easter, the priest notes. People found ways to celebrate particularly by going to the cemeteries and placing Easter eggs and Easter bread on the gravesites of their dead. Because in our tradition after the celebration in church among the living, the physical living, we all go to the cemeteries to greet the dead with the words Christ has risen, 'Christos Voskriesse' in Russian.Governmental UsageHistorical Economy in Greece. On March 29, 1985, after Prime Minister Papandreou declined to support President Karamanlis for a second term, Supreme Court Justice Christos Sartzetakis was elected president by the Greek parliament.Patent Usage2-(phenyl)-2h-pyrazole-3-carboxylic Acid-N-4-(thioxo-Heterocyclyl)-Phenyl-Amide Derivatives and Corresponding Imino-Heterocyclyl Derivatives and Relates Compounds for Use As Inhibitors of the Coagulation Factors Xa And/or Viia for Treating Thromboses: Patented by Bertram Cezanne, Dieter Dorsch, Werner Mederski, Christos Tsaklakidis, Johannes Gleitz and Christopher Barnes on June 5, 2003. Abstract: The invention relates to the novel compounds of formula
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