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Flórina

or

Phlorina

(both: flôr`ĭnə), city (1991 pop. 12,622), capital of Flórina prefecture, N Greece, near the Macedonian border. It is connected with Bitola, Macedonia, by a road that runs through the Monastir gap.
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Contract notice: Repeat open international electronic public tender for the award of school transport services in primary and secondary territorial competence oq education florina for the school year 2015-2016.
Defending champion Rasim Yasar of Turkey has maintained his lead over the Netherlands Florina Bramervaer who is at the second spot after the 10 races.
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The topics include Apollo arrives at Samothrace, the Hall of Choral Dancers and its frieze, a new ceiling for the hieron in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace, the victory of Samothrace and the aftermath of the Battle of Pydna, an inscription on Roman Samothrace, the conservation program in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods, and Homer in Florina.
Florina Vizinteanu, president of BCR Asigurari de Viata, said, 'We are still in preliminary stages, both in terms of transfer of BCR Prudent pension fund and of the rebranding of the company.
Because abortion in Romania is illegal after 14 weeks, although the Romanian government ruled later that Florina could have the abortion because of "exceptional circumstances.
The operation was carried out on Florina Vranceanu at London's King's College Hospital last week because she was denied an abortion under the laws in her own country.
If Florina had been blonde, it would have been clearer that she wasn't gypsy.
Northumbria University handed doctorates to Haj-jah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Malaysia's first ever Director of Nursing, and former chair of Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Sir Miles Irving.
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