Greece: see LamíaLamía
, city (1991 pop. 44,084), capital of Fthiótis prefecture, E central Greece. It is a transportation hub and an agricultural center. Founded about the 5th cent. B.C., it was the chief city of the small region of Malis and developed as an ally of Athens.
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Las alteraciones en las funciones cognitivas, como deficits de aprendizaje y memoria, capacidad visuoespacial, habilidades perceptivo-motrices, abstraccion y funciones ejecutivas asociadas a las regiones frontales, de los alcoholicos son bastante mencionadas en la literatura especializada (Arias, Santin, y Rubio, 2000; Langlais y Ciccia, 2000; Pfefferbaum, Sullivan y Rosenbloon, 2000; Oliveira, Laranjeira y Jaeger, 2002; Cunha y Novaes, 2004; Uekermann, Crannon, Winkel, Schlebusch y Daum, 2007).
In his previous outing, back in September of last year, he had one of today's rivals Room To Room Gold (recent winner of a bumper here) behind when third to Crannon Lad in a Downpatrick bumper.
Corrib Supreme, a 10-1 shot, was beaten one length and two lengths by Stashedaway and Crannon Lad.
as shown partly by the omission of any preposition (Kraft), partly by being combined with Crannon and Larissa, partly by the word coeunt which could scarcely apply to any place larger than a town'; thus Ellis ad v.
That was unthinkable before the battle of Crannon, in August 322, which effectively ended the war in the west.
It aims to secure benefits from the friends of the king and of Antipater, and cannot have been voted before the battle of Crannon, which ended Athens' participation in the Lamian War.
Crannon Beauty, just a length and a half behind Permit Me in the Clonmel race, might be good enough to overcome Mofasa in the Kilmore Maiden Hurdle.