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- proper n. Alternative form of Naoussa.
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Do you remember the words of that old, bereaved woman in Naousa when the representatives of the western powers arrived, on the day after the massacre?
Dora Bourla (b. 1926 in Naousa) fought in the mountains of Macedonia and was known as “Tarzan” to her fellow fighters.
Some of you may have read the story in TIME magazine of the little village of Naousa in the northern hills of Greece.
"I see Greece's future as very grim," said Christos Kountis, 63, a retired businessman in the Greek city of Naousa.
Charity worker Evgenia Zaliou said she spent nine hours on a coach with a disabled group from Naousa, a northern city hard hit by unemployment after a spate of factory closures, to attend the rally.
"the dinasaurs 'nest" (frozen parliamentary syndicalists) at Naousa town.