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Janina,

Greece: see IoánninaIoánnina
, city (1991 pop. 56,699), capital of Ioánnina prefecture, NW Greece, in Epirus, on Lake Ioánnina. The chief city of Epirus, it is the commercial center for an agricultural region. Manufactures include textiles and gold and silver products.
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The 3i program is actively supported at the Group level by Chief Human Resources Officer Janina Kugel.
But there was no sign of Janina at home in Waddon, South London.
The nominees for 2017 Youth of the Year were: Dy'Shanye Brown of Ewing High School, Isaiah Hill of Ewing High School and Janina Calle of Trenton High School West.
Pianist Janina Fialkowska is among the musicians taking part in this year's North Wales International Music Festival
Born in Wolyn, East Poland, in 1921, Janina was moved to Siberia with her mother at just 19 following Nazi occupation.
Janina Wolkow works closely with executive chef Bubker Belkhit, in a bid to add new creations to the menu.
Janina was very easy to understand and felt like a sister from another world.
But no: Kehila Kedosha Janina is the only Romaniote synagogue in the Western Hemisphere.
The opening episode begins with the medical team on alert after young cyclist Janina is in cardiac arrest following an accident.
Janina Wasiuta says she can't believe staff at an Aldi supermarket smashed a window in her car so they could move it.
He is survived by his three sisters, Elena Banys, Natalie Zinas and her husband Rimantas, all of Bethlehem, PA and Janina Vizbaras of Worcester; niece and care giver, Jennifer Vizbaras and many nieces and nephews.
It's been more than half a century since musician Janina, known as Nina, Fialkowska and Elspeth Straker last saw each other.