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gonia

[′gō·nē·ə]
(histology)
Primordial sex cells, such as oogonia and spermatogonia.
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Commending the State Chairman for granting audience to the group within a brief period, Gonia lamented the crisis that rocked the party after primaries but praised the leaders for the quick reconciliation panels.
Bafta Cymru is hosting the event at Chapter Arts Centre along with Into Film as part of the Patagonia 150 celebrations, which mark this year's 150th anniversary since the Welsh settled in Pata-W gonia.
The previous editions were held at Palazzo Vilhena, Mdina, (2005); Galleria Kypriani Gonia, Larnaka, (2005); Auberge d'Italie, Valletta (2007), Municipal Gallery, Larnaka (2008) and St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity, Valletta (2009), Municipal Gallery Larnaka (2010), Bagheria in Palermo (2011), and Municipal Gallery, Larnaka (2012).
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(2) Much archaeological and topographic work has been undertaken in the city's eastern hinterland, including excavations at the Panhellenic Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia, (3) the Saronic port at Kenchreai, (4) and the two major prehistoric sites of Korakou and Gonia, (5) as well as extensive studies of the built environment as it relates to historical sources.
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"The word 'polygon' derives from the Greek word 'poly', meaning 'many' and 'gonia', meaning 'angle'" (Nation Master, 2004).