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Aktí,

Greece: see AthosAthos
, Aktí
, or Akte
, easternmost of the three peninsulas of Khalkidhikí, c.130 sq mi (340 sq km), NE Greece, in Macedonia. The narrow, northern base of the peninsula was once cut by canal dug by the Persians during Xerxes' invasion of Greece
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The AKTI has worked with caucus members in several states to clarify or repeal various knife laws.
Meanwhile, president wholesale chemist council of Pakistan M Atif Hanif also supported the strike call of the AKTI and decided to keep all wholesale medicine markets in the city closed on Wednesday.
Andriopoulos, President of Lakitira Hotels and shareholder of AKTI HELONA, the management company for the resort.
Aktis Gallery focuses on emigres in post-war Paris, and presents works by the surrealist Cuban sculptor Agustln Cardenas (whose hand Andre Breton described as 'efficient as a dragonfly') and Zao Wou-Ki.
Many artists worked in what Anna Chalova, co-director of London's Aktis Gallery, describes as the 'suitcase format', creating work that could easily be smuggled abroad.
As part of the Brighton Hotel in Kyoto, the Aktis Wedding Chapel gives form to its linear process.
Lastly, contemporary art is showcased at London-based Aktis Gallery, which returns to PAM for the second year with a work by Zao Wou-Ki, who died last year aged 92.
London-based Aktis Gallery, participating in the event for the first time this year, is showcasing a selection of works by French and Russian emigre artists.
There is still time to catch 'Pascin: Master of Line' at Aktis Gallery (10 Park Place; +44 (0)20 7629 6531), which presents watercolours, drawings and oils by the 20th-century Bulgarian artist, Julius Mordecai Pascin (until 29 February).
These beaches were Fig Tree Bay and Yianna Marie in Protaras, Ayia Thekla beach in Ayia Napa, Aktis Olympion (Olympia Beach) in Limassol and the CTO's Dasoudi beach in Yermasoyia in the Limassol district.
a European-based multinational medical diagnostics company, and President and co-founder of Aktis Corporation prior to its acquisition by Sclavo.