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["Five Paradigm Shifts in Programming Language Design and Their Realisation in Viron, a Dataflow Programming Environment", V. Pratt, 10th POPL, ACM 1983, pp. 1-9].
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Overweight/obesity and factors associated with body mass index during adolescence: The VYRONAS study.
Assistant Professor in the Urban Planning Department of the Architecture Faculty at Frederick University, Vyronas Ioannou, echoed the same fears about developing an area without a guide-map.
Later, he and the Greek ambassador took the salute at the parade along Vyronas Avenue, outside the Greek Embassy, in which WWII veterans, school and university students, scouts, refugee, cultural and sports associations took part,to marches played by the National Guard and police bands.
and despite the fact of its seemingly "improvised" to "trivial" handling under the pressure of the emergency, its contribution is considered decisive for the housing of "thousands of people across Greece and particularly in Athens, where it founded the districts of Kokkinia, Kessariani, Vyronas and Nea Ionia" (Giannakopoulos 1992: 18).
Meanwhile, dozens of firemen are also battling a wildfire in the eastern Athens suburbs Kareas, Vyronas and Ilioupoli amidst strong winds.
Parental BMI in association with the prevalence of overweight/obesity among adolescents in Greece; dietary and lifestyle habits in the context of family environment: The Vyronas study.
Alevizos et al., "Comparison of primary health care services between urban and rural settings after the introduction of the first urban health centre in Vyronas, Greece," BMC Health Services Research, vol.
Alevizos Alevizos, MD, Georgios Larios, MD, and Anargiros Mariolis, MD, PhD of General Practice/Family Medicine, Health Center of Vyronas, Athens, Greece (AA, AM); Department of Dermatology, A.
WWII veterans, school and university students, scouts, refugee, cultural and sports associationswill parade at 11am along Vyronas Avenue, outside the Greek Embassy, to marches played by the National Guard and police bands.