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Greece: see VéroiaVéroia
or Veria
, town (1991 pop. 38,713), capital of Imathía prefecture, N Greece, in Macedonia. It is a lignite-mining and textile-milling center. In ancient times the town was known as Berea or Beroea. Paul and Silas preached there (Acts 17.10).
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Author Lawrence Verria, who wrote about the photo, said: "The evidence is so overwhelming.
"We look forward to keeping more and more struggling families in their homes with realistic long-term solutions, while providing our investors the ability to earn returns in a socially responsible manner," AHP Chief Operating Officer Verria Kelly added.
In their recent book The Kissing Sailor (Naval Institute Press, 2012), Lawrence Verria and George Galdorisi propose that the Kiss photographs were taken much earlier in the day, around 2 p.m.
Ogne lingua per certo verria meno per lo nostro sermone e per la mente c'hanno a tanto comprender poco seno (XXVIII.1-6).
Authors Verria and Galdorisi performed credible investigative journalism to sort through the stories of more than eighty sailors who have claimed to be the sailor on the cover.
The Kissing Sailor: The Mystery Behind the Photo that Ended World War II, by Lawrence Verria and George Galdorisi, Naval Institute Press, 266 pages, $23.95.
Authors Verria (social studies, North Kingstown High School) and Galdorisi (Corporate Strategy Group, C4ISR Center of Excellence, US Navy) review all the evidence and determine the real identities of the iconic nurse and sailor, using forensic techniques to examine photos of contenders, the sequence of photos Eisenstaedt shot, and a photo of the same couple shot by an amateur photographer at the same moment.
Lawrence Verria & George Galdorisi delve into the origins and story behind the photo, the photographer, and the subjects in particular.
and Lawrence Verria of Bristol, Rhode Island tell what they call the story of the real man and woman in the picture.
Gauthier and Hatzopoulos have made a thorough study of the stone in the Archaeological Museum of Verria (inv.