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Solea

 

the raised floor in front of the altar partition or iconostasis in an Orthodox church. The solea serves as a kind of proscenium for the service.

solea

A raised walkway between the ambo and bema in an Early Christian or Byzantine church.
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A full year after the catastrophic Solea fire which killed two firefighters and destroyed over 18.
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The post e1/47m in EU aid for drought, Solea fires appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
30am, will be the Forest Station of Ayios Theodoros Soleas (at the entrance to the village, next to the main road leading to the village.
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Although it rains more around Saittas, the ground there is stony whereas in the Solea area there are plenty of underground water pools to work with.
The German PV manufacturer Solea AG and Pinpoint Ventures of Heidelberg have announced strategy for the development of 200-MW solar power projects in India over the coming three-year phase.
While the speed of Antonio Granjero's articulate footwork was impressive in another Alegrias, Munoz integrated the technical aspects of his dancing with a more refined and lyrical presentation in Solea por Bulerias.
He also thanked Italy for its assistance during the Solea fires in Cyprus in June.
Contract is the implementation of various works to the class renewal of the fisheries research vessel Solea (Cuxhaven) (GT 638, LOA 42.
THE island's first railway museum will officially open on Saturday after the initial inauguration was postponed due to the Solea forest fires in June.
for Solea (holder of the public service delegation of Urban Transport M2A ) .