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greco

[′grek·ō]
(meteorology)
An Italian name for the northeast wind.
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According to the report, Cyprus was also among 10 countries that had not yet fully complied with any of Greco's recommendations in respect of judges.
Making it clear that the body's recommendations are binding on member states participating in GRECO, Esposito said that Cyprus has acted on just two out of 16 recommendations issued in 2016.
A long-awaited amendment of the Code of Conduct took place in 2015 to reportedly step up enforcement and oversight mechanisms for ethical breaches, but it remains to be seen how it is indeed implemented in practice,' it is stated in the conclusions of GRECO's newest report.
Lo Greco first hit the canvas when Khan caught him flush with a right and, though he got back up, it was soon over as the 31-year-old's flurry of left hands forced the end.
Khan then pinned Lo Greco to the ropes before the super-welterweight contest ended moments after it had started.
Lo Greco (28-4) was knocked out for only the second time in his career.
So much for ring rust and Khan blew it - and Lo Greco - away to take a step closer to a showdown with Brook.
Defeat to Canadian journeyman Lo Greco would end Khan's hopes of a money-spinning pay-perview fight in December.
It led to a brawl between both teams before they were eventually separated by security, but Khan insists Lo Greco will be taught a lesson in the ring on April 21 at the Liverpool Echo Arena.
Lo Greco has won 28 of his 31 professional contests and has shared the ring with current IBF champion Errol Spence Jr and former beltholder Shawn Porter, both of whom defeated the Canadian.
Greco designs, manufactures and installs architectural railing systems utilised for the renovation, restoration and new construction of balcony railings in apartments and condominiums, as well as other commercial structures.