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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?

    We Take Our Stand

  • Dora Bourla (b. 1926 in Naousa) fought in the mountains of Macedonia and was known as “Tarzan” to her fellow fighters.

    Greek Resistance During World War II.

  • Some of you may have read the story in TIME magazine of the little village of Naousa in the northern hills of Greece.

    We Take Our Stand

  • "I see Greece's future as very grim," said Christos Kountis, 63, a retired businessman in the Greek city of Naousa. Feed

  • 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 Seattle Times

  • "the dinasaurs 'nest" (frozen parliamentary syndicalists) at Naousa town. newswire


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