Parali

Parali

 

(Greek, literally “the inhabitants of the sea coast”), one of the three political groupings in Attica in the sixth century B.C., along with the Diacrii and the Pedieis.

The Parali inhabited the southern part of Attica, Paralia, just as the Diacrii inhabited Diacria, and the Pedieis, Pedion. They were associated with particular aristocratic clans in political struggles. The protectors, or patrons, of the Parali were the Alcmeonids. According to another hypothesis widely held by historiographers, the Parali were a “moderate party” of the commercial and artisan class.

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He said that growers should instal sticks of some fodder plants around each plant and then cover the structure with polythene or waste of rice plants (Parali).
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Bireysel anlamda askerlerin maddi kazanc saglama yolu olan parali askerlik, tarihi surecte bilinen bir kavramdir.
Upon expectations of frost, growers should instal sticks of some fodder plants like 'Jantar' around each plant and then cover the structure with polythene or husk (Parali).
The incident happened in Parali in Palakkad and the accused duo has been taken into custody.