santorin


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santorin

A lightweight, gray, volcanic tuff; used as pozzolan.
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Health and wellness company Nature's Sunshine Products (NasdaqCM:NATR) reported on Friday the execution of a new three-year agreement with Santorin Management Corp Ltd.
Through the new agreement Nature's Sunshine Products has renewed and extended its relationship with Santorin.
Los volcanes activos, descartando los de Santorin y Metonu en el mar Egeo, cuyas ultimas erupciones se remontan al siglo III de la Era cristiana, se reducen, en la actualidad, al Vesubio en Italia, al Etna en la isla de Sicilia y al Hekla en la de Islandia, puesto que los del archipielago de Lipari se hallan en relativo reposo desde hace centenares de anos.
This translation of Feuer im Meer: Vulkanismus und die Naturgeschichte der Insel Santorin (1994) is a welcome addition to studies of the Cycladic island of Santorini (Thera).
Well, since at least one big eruption of the Santorin volcano--which made the Rakata eruption on Krakatoa in the Java-Sumatra straits in 1883 puny by comparison--ocurred around -1500, several historians dropped a zero from Sonchis' story tying everything up rather neatly.
Greece also referred to the 1995 Santorin Declaration under the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) action programme for the Mediterranean, a declaration that makes a call for a Mediterranean free of nuclear energy.
Copenhagen, Madrid, Milan Malpensa and Santorin are on the list.