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Greece: see PírgosPírgos
or Pyrgos
, town (1991 pop. 28,660), capital of Ilía prefecture, SW Greece, in the Peloponnesus, near the mouth of the Alfiós River. It is a commercial center with various light industries.
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In its third edition, the festival is back with new performances and collaborations, taking over the municipal park of Kato Pyrgos Tyllirias.
GREGOR Townsend has told Scotland hopefuls Nick Grigg, Kyle Steyn, Henry Pyrgos and Gary Graham they could yet end up on the plane to Japan despite being cut from his World Cup squad.
HENRY PYRGOS last night called for his club-mates to crush Munster - as Edinburgh signed "The Sledgehammer".
Henry Pyrgos captains the side from scrum-half, with Duhan van der Merwe returning from injury to start on the wing, with Darcy Graham on the opposite flank.
Excavations over the last decade unearthed evidence of metallurgical activity in Pyrgos, including several workshops.
Things didn't get much better for Connacht after the restart and Henry Pyrgos wrapped up the bonus point when he touched down before the visitors grabbed their two late scores.
Pyrgos couldn't miss the conversion and Glasgow were back on top.
Russell provided a personal tally of 21 points with two tries, a penalty and and four conversions while Jones (two), scrum-half Henry Pyrgos, centre Mark Bennett and Tommy Seymour got the other tries.
SCOTLAND have added Alex Dunbar, Henry Pyrgos and Fraser Brown to their RBS Six Nations squad amid doubts over the fitness of Matt Scott.