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  • Finally, it has not gone unnoticed that Kirill's installation ceremony was characterized by two symbolic actions: the exclamation of the Greek word Axios (Worthy), according to the ancient Byzantine ritual, and the conferral of the pastoral staff given in the 14th century by ecumenical patriarch Athanasios to the bishop of Moscow, Peter.

    Clerical Whispers

  • Axios is the Greek word from which we get the English word "axiom" or "axiomatic."

    Grace and Truth to You

  • At the mouth of the river Vardar (referred to as Axios by Greeks) it commanded the gateway to one of the most important routes from the eastern Mediterranean and North Africa to the Balkans and, via the Danube, to Central Europe.

    Wonderful Town?

  • "Axios" ( "Oh, great one") the patriarch entered the shrine on Jesus's traditional burial site and then emerged with several lit candles.

    Assyrian International News Agency

  • (Ontario) and Axios Mobile Assets, Inc. (Michigan) ( "Axios") announced in Microlab's press release dated January

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • EasyVista was selected over and above a number of other service desk solutions which included leading vendors such as Axios, Hornbill and Touchpaper in an extremely rigorous and highly competitive selection process.

    SourceWire Press Release Wire

  • The road to the royal tombs at Vergina lay to the west, but he turned east skirting the capital at Pella and crossed over the Axios River, riding many miles along the coast to the Chalcidice peninsula.

    Alexander the Great

  • To the west and north are mountains almost as high, stretching like a horseshoe from Olympus to beyond the Axios River.

    Alexander the Great

  • If the Obama economic program leaves you cold, puzzled or hot under the collar, turn to Hunter Lewis's "Where Keynes Went Wrong" (Axios Press, 2009) or "The Critics of Keynesian Economics," edited by Henry Hazlitt (Arlington House, 1977). —

    The Non-Economist's Economist

  • His life, as described in his memoir Trying to Please Axios, $20, has been full, accomplished and happy, and traveling with him through all those years is pure pleasure.

    Jonathan Yardley A year's worth of favorites


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