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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Chania.


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  • I called Hania, an animal rights activist who had helped me after I adopted Shaitan.

    Day of Honey

  • For more information about cooking with zucchini flowers, my friend Maria of Organically Cooked in Hania, Crete, uses them often: baked in the oven, stuffed and cooked with grape leaves, stuffed and cooked with stuffed tomatoes and peppers, and added to a green onion pie.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • My friend Maria of Organically Cooked lives in Hania, Crete.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Hania, which is advertised as a Venetian town with a maze of streets populated with boutiques and elegant churches, was overrun by traffic and European chain stores.

    The Seattle Times

  • Hania Farhan, the director of the Africa Governance Index, points to other rights that have been eroded in some countries.

    Report Card: Africa Could Reverse Democratic Gains

  • Last month I had the wonderful and very meaningful occasion to participate in a traditional Cretan cooking lesson in the beautiful village of Vamos, located in the rolling foothills of the White Mountains only a short distance from the Cretan Sea, between Hania and Rethymo, Crete.

    Alex Pattakos: Obesity, Public Health and a New Way to Eat

  • "Just as soon as you're finished telling me all about it, I will end your suffering, Hania."

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • I'm Nicci, and I'm going to deliver you from this, Hania.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • In despair, Hania seemed to sag against the table, knowing her ordeal was to go on.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • Tears overflowing her eyes, Hania gave a little nod.

    Men Don't Leave Me


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