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Andria

(än`drēä), city (1991 pop. 90,063), in Apulia, S Italy. It is an agricultural and service center, handling wine, olives, and almonds. Andria was founded in the 11th cent. It was a favorite residence of Emperor Frederick II, who built (13th cent.) nearby the imposing Castel del Monte with eight round towers. There is a restored 12th-century cathedral, which has an 8th-century crypt.
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Album launch show by Andria Antoniou and Roman Gomez.
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Andria Zafirakou, an Art and Textiles teacher from London, United Kingdom, was declared the winner of this year's edition on March 6.
'Andria has been with the company almost nineteen years and will be a perfect person to step in as director of Marketing.
"Congratulations to Andria Zafirakou for having won the Global Teacher award," tweeted Sheikh Mohammed after handing her the prize.
Theresa May told Andria, who teaches at Alperton Community School in Wembley, North West London: "You have shown enormous dedication and creativity." Andria, who has learnt greetings in 35 languages, took the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize.
Andria Zafirakou was hailed for her work at Alperton Community School in Brent, north London.
Andria Zafirakou, an art and textiles teacher from Alperton Community School, Brent, London, UK, has been named the winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize 2018, said a report.
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Speaking from their family home in Ponteland, mother Andria and father Nick said something desperately needed to be done to make Manchester's canals safer.