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  • adj. of or relating to all Greece or all the Greeks.
  • adj. of or relating to the Greek-letter fraternities or sororities in American college and universities or to an association representing them.


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  • A similar incident happened last month, the victim that time being a minister of the governing Panhellenic Socialist Movement.

    Athens Descends Into Anarchy

  • At Duke University, the Panhellenic Association will begin to work with the new Greek Women's Initiative, which includes representative from each sorority and fraternity's governing bodies, to deal with what the Chronicle calls "issues of gender disparity."

    Crude Duke Frat E-mails Roil Campus

  • The party founded by Andreas, the Panhellenic Socialist Movement, or Pasok, dominated government, while the conservative New Democracy was its main rival.

    Frenemies: Two Greek Rivals Hold Nation's Fate in Balance

  • In lieu of flowers or gifts, the family requests that donations be made to the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania or the Penn State-THON, The Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon.

    Family Statement on Joe Paterno's Death

  • He wanted everyone in Greece to know that his Panhellenic crusade against the Persians was proceeding splendidly with the support of all the Greeks—except the Spartans.

    Alexander the Great

  • They then appointed Alexander as general plenipotentiary in command of the renewed Panhellenic expedition against Persia.

    Alexander the Great

  • He felt he could dispense with most of the Greek troops in his army and cast aside the facade that this was a campaign of Panhellenic liberation.

    Alexander the Great

  • The Athenian orator Isocrates, now in his nineties, had in fact been advocating such a Panhellenic crusade for decades, though mostly in hope of giving the Greeks someone to fight besides each other.

    Alexander the Great

  • What's more, I know there are good people in our national organizations, at the North American Interfraternity Conference, in the National Panhellenic Council, and in our chapters dedicated to rooting out what's threatening to undermine everything we hold dear.

    Michelle Rotuno-Johnson: Accused Fraternity Men Put Other Greeks on Bad Pedestal

  • The young man wears the trappings of a charioteer, and we know from the poet Pindar that wealthy Sicilians from the very cities sacked by the Carthaginians competed in the chariot races that were the most prestigious event of the Panhellenic games.

    The Beautiful and the True


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