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1st Triptolemos Sitting Beach Volleyball Tournament 100%

SITTING VOLLEYBALL BEACH VOLLEY TOURNAMENT 17 – 18 September 2011 at Agios Nikolaos/Crete Island/Hellas Triptolemos S.C.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/07/19/1st-triptolemos-sitting-beach-volleyball-tournament/

19/07/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

Quantum Computing Conferences in 2018 89%

Summer School on Frontiers of Matter-Wave Optics (FOMO-2018), Chania, Crete.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/11/10/quantum-computing-conferences-in-2018/

10/11/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

quantum-computing-conferences-in-2018 87%

Summer School on Frontiers of Matter-Wave Optics (FOMO-2018), Chania, Crete.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/11/10/quantum-computing-conferences-in-2018-1/

10/11/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

#COMPLEXITY 74%

Lofoten Cod Vestfjorden LOFOTEN (Lofotr) BORG (old wiking settlement) Fjellvåk Dvergfalk Kongeørn Havugle Jaktfalk Hønsehauk UTRØST Hønsehauk Spurvehauk JERK (Wiking) ROVFUGLER Stdsnavn (dyreriket) HAUK (Haukr) Bergen Waterlevels, interchanging Haukøya, Drangedal, Norway Mackerel Arendal Jerkholmen, Arendal, Norway Crete island, Greece Pietro Querini ITALIA GAUPE POTE

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/01/24/complexity/

24/01/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Introduction 72%

Introduction from the pamphlet of Platform for Autonomy, Self-sufficiency, Equality Heraklion, Crete - Summer 2013 Three narratives dominate the political field today;

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/04/28/introduction/

28/04/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

DanuVetsNewsletterSpring2011 71%

Crete and Santorini Are you seeking a holiday that is fun, beautiful, physically and intellectually stimulating, and educational?

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/03/29/danuvetsnewsletterspring2011/

29/03/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

WitnessTheoharis2 68%

Spyridon's parish and the Nativity of the Theotokos parish in Crete = woman who would uncanonically enter the altar, gossip and cause some good parishioners to feel uncomfortable, and in general drive people away from the church = woman who was "scandalized"

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/09/23/witnesstheoharis2/

23/09/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

CV2016 Updated 66%

The recent years a collaborative work on novel bioinformatics methods with bioinformaticians at Vanderbilt-USA/University of Crete-Greece has resulted in exciting results and new publications.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/04/22/cv2016-updated/

22/04/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

CV 65%

BANKOK THAILAND ( AUGUST 2012) CRETE GREECE (AUGUST 2015) PRESENT

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/07/06/cv/

06/07/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

ER1234 57%

T- CEL L AN D O THE R IM MU NO THERAP IES IN CAN CE R - 8.40- 9.00 HUMAN PLASMA AND SERUM EXTRACELLULAR SMALL RNA REFERENCE PROFILES AND THEIR CLINICAL UTILITY/ KLAAS MAX, (THOMAS TUSCHL LAB) ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY, NY, USA 9.09.20 LONG NON-CODING RNA ROLE IN BREAST CANCER IN BONE AND BRAIN METASTASIS/ SHOUYU WANG, NANJING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, NANJING, CHINA 9.20- 9.40 CIRCULATING TUMOR CELLS AND MicroRNAS IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS/ SOFIA AGELAKI, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE, HERAKLION, GREECE 8.15-8.45 NATURAL KILLER T CELLS IN CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY - RECENT PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES/ MADHAV V.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/06/11/er1234/

11/06/2019 www.pdf-archive.com

0415 KCDP NL 17x11 53%

During the 6th Congressional District Democratic Party meeting, Chair Mark Miller was reelected to another term, as were vice-chair Mary Ann Crete, and treasurer:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/04/22/0415-kcdp-nl-17x11/

22/04/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Nikos Kazantzakis and thought leadership 49%

Nikos Kazantzakis, the Hellene writer of International recognition, was born in the biggest Greek island, Crete, in the city of Herakleion, on 18 Feb.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/12/12/nikos-kazantzakis-and-thought-leadership/

12/12/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

CondePartnerCatalog July2015 WebStandard 46%

Pamplona Berlin Sydney Crete U5863 Table Top Photo Panels w/Hinges Table Top Photo Panels w/Easels Creative Borders &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/17/condepartnercatalog-july2015-webstandard/

17/01/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

spd-map-district6 45%

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COLBY HAR TNE LL H TY PARK T R CAS O ITA L N G HS T N AVE AS ELV RS TS ST CAR LY HID DEN UNIVERSI 25T H Q ST N I E AD AN PL ES QS TR BUS IN ST K M N OS TP ST P ALH AMB RA BL T M N NS TO 80 PS TQ O SO CARL PS Sacramento Police Department Crime Analysis Unit 1/28/08 KIIDA #6714 .

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/03/30/spd-map-district6/

30/03/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Elysium-Nebula World-Guide 38%

In fact a good chunk of Vance City is constructed underground, with a surface crust built of reinforced rock-crete.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/12/06/elysium-nebula-world-guide/

06/12/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

WitnessStavros1 37%

First Witness of Stavros (Letter to Joseph Suaiden)    Dear Joseph Suaiden,    Thank  you  for  your  inquiry.  I  will  give  you  a  brief  explanation  about  the  Matthewite archives themselves, about my  trip in Greece in 2009, and about  my  current  understanding  of  the  ʺsystematizedʺ  ecclesiology  observed  by  Matthewites  post‐1976,  and  my  current  opinion  regarding  the  Kirykite  faction.    The Matthewite archive is the richest archive for GOC research because it is in  fact  the  original  archive  since  1924,  and  documents  had  continuously  been  added  to  it  since  then.  The  archive  was  owned  by  Fr.  Eugene  Tombros,  secretary of the Matthewite Synod, until as late as 1974, when he was forced  to retire. It was at this time that the two laymen theologians, Mr. Eleutherios  Gkoutzidis  and  Mr.  Menas  Kontogiannis  were  appointed  secretaries  and  spokesmen  for  the  Synod,  and  they  were  given  complete  access  to  this  archive.  They  then  began  writing  historical  treatises  and  ecclesiological  treatises, in order  to  boost the position  of  the  Matthewite Synod.  It  was  also  they who prompted the Synod to sign a document (written by them) in which  they  sever  communion  with  the  ROCOR  Synod.  The  document  was  composed and signed in 1975, but the hierarchs demanded that this document  not  be  published  until  all  agree  for  its  publication.  But  then  the  two  laymen  theologians opened up the new official Matthewite periodical with the name  ʺHerald  of  the  Genuine  Orthodoxʺ  in  1976,  and  published  the  severing  of  communion  in  the  second  issue,  namely,  the  February  issue.  This  prompted  Bishops  Kallistos,  Epiphanios,  and  several  others  to  protest  against  the  publication of the document, since it was done contrary to the decision of the  hierarchy to wait until they all agree with it before publishing.    From  1976  onwards,  the  Matthewite  Synod’s  polemics  and  apologetics  were  largely  controlled  by  Mr.  Gkoutzidis  and  Mr.  Kontogiannis.  They  re‐ constructed the history of the GOC in their own way, deliberately leaving out  several documents that didn’t suit their mindset. They also ʺsystematizedʺ the  Matthewite  ecclesiology,  to  apply  a  word  that  Gkoutzidis  and  Kontogiannis  use  in  their  new  periodical,  ʺOrthodox  Breathʺ  (Quote:  ʺὁ  κ.  Γκουτζίδης...  ΕΣΥΣΤΗΜΑΤΟΠΟΙΗΣΕΝ τὴν ὁμολογίανʺ). The latter of these theologians,  Mr.  Menas  Kontogiannis,  was  ordained  to  the  diaconate  and  priesthood  in  1981, and eventually became a bishop in 1995. From 1983 until 2001 he served  as  the  official  chief‐secretary  and  arch‐chancellor  of  the  Matthewite  Synod.  But when Archbishop Andrew and his fellow bishops unanimously voted to  dismiss  Met.  Kirykos  from  his  duties  in  2001,  Met.  Kirykos  took  the  vast  majority of archives with him to his Monastery at Koropi. This was confirmed  to  me  when  I  asked  if  documents  were  available  at  the  Matthewite  Synodal  Headquarters  at  Peristeri,  but  was  informed  that  none  of  the  archives  had  remained, since Met. Kirykos had taken them all when he was dismissed.    During the four months I was in Greece (from the last week of August until  the last week of December, 2009), fires had swept throughout the entire Attica  region, and I was informed that a few days before my arrival a fire had raged  just outside the Koropi Monastery itself. The adjacent hill was blackened from  the fire, and the atmosphere was smoky, making it difficult to breathe. I was  also bitten by a mosquito that had been infected by an animal burned in the  fires, which caused my whole body to become almost paralyzed. I thank God  daily  that  Fr.  Pedro  was  able  to  take  me  to  the  hospital,  where  I  was  given  cortisone  and  antibiotics  to  get  rid  of  the  numbness  my  whole  body  had  suffered,  but  it  took  weeks  for  the  swelling  in  my  legs  to  disappear.  I  am  perfectly fine now, but I must say that my first week in the Koropi Monastery  was possibly the most frightening week of my life.    But I did not care so much for my own health, for any suffering I receive is a  punishment  for  my  sins.  The  destruction  of  my  health  was  the  least  of  my  worries,  for  seeing  the  fires  in  close  proximity  to  the  Koropi  Monastery  prompted me to fear another kind of destruction. I was horrified by the idea  that  perhaps  one  day  a  fire  will  burn  Met.  Kirykos’  office  and  destroy  all  of  these important Synodal documents from 1924 onwards, which are nowhere  else to be found in their entirety. This would cause an immensely important  spiritual  treasure  to  be  lost  forever.  I  then  requested  the  blessing  from  Met.  Kirykos  to  scan  documents  from  the  archive  at  Koropi  for  the  purpose  of  apologetics,  and  so  as  to  create  an  electronic  database  of  documents,  which  could  be  saved  on  flash  drives  or  computers  at  different  locations,  thereby  ensuring that nothing hazardous (such as a fire, theft, etc) could cause the loss  of these documents to future generations. Met. Kirykos gave me this blessing,  thinking that I would become lazy and only scan a few documents here and  there. Little did he know that I am a diligent worker, and that I hardly slept,  night  or  day,  but  spent  most  of  the  time  in  my  cell,  photographing  documents, to make sure I complete the task in its entirety before the time  I  would have to fly back home.    While  in  Greece  for  four  months,  I  spent  the  majority  of  time  residing  at  Koropi  Monastery,  except  for  various  trips to  other  parts  of  Greece.  I  took  a  three‐week  road  trip  to  Northern  Greece  to  venerate  relics  and  visit  Metropolitan Tarasios. I also took a one‐week trip to Crete to serve as chanter  for an important feast day and to visit the village of Panethymo where Bishop  Matthew  of  Bresthena  was  born,  as  well  as  Mt.  Kophinas,  where  the  miraculous appearance of the cross had occurred in the sky above the chapel  of the Holy Cross in 1937. I also spent a week on the island of Andros, where I  have  relatives,  and  spent  most  of  the  time  at  St.  Nicholas  of  Vounena  Monastery, where I was able to venerate several holy relics, including those of  many  of  the  Kollyvades  Fathers  who  I  have  always  had  a  great  reverence  towards. So if all of this time I was on road‐trips is taken into account, it adds  up to five weeks of absence, meaning that I was only in Koropi Monastery for  eleven  weeks,  which  is  one  week  short  of  three  months.  I  also  spent  three  weeks  traveling  to  Athens  every  morning  so  as  to  photograph  books  and  documents  at  the  National  Library,  as  there  is  much  information  there  concerning ecclesiastical history and biographies of hierarchs and clergy from  the 1920s, which would help give us a clue as to how the schism of 1924 was  allowed to happen in the first place. Thus, if these three weeks are also taken  into account, it means that I only spent eight weeks (two months) of working  around the clock, day and night, to complete the task of photographing every  document  in  the  archive  that  pertained  to  GOC  history  and  ecclesiology.  There were several folders that I didn’t bother scanning as they were entirely  of  a  local  nature  to  the  Monastery  and  Diocese  itself,  which  were  of  little  interest  to  me,  or  anyone  seeking  the  true  history  of  the  GOC.  Although  residing  at  Koropi,  I  was  seldom  seen  by  anyone,  except  for  Fr.  Pedro,  Matushka Lucia, and their little baby daughter. Theoharis was also residing in  the monastery, but he was never there because he was fulfilling his army duty  that  whole  time.  So  I  spent  most  of  the  time  practically  alone,  because  I  wanted  to  get  this  work  done  as  soon  as  possible.  I  had  to  reschedule  my  flight twice, because the task had not been completed, and then I even had to  allow  my  return  flight  to  expire.  When  I  completed  scanning  all  the  documents, I booked and paid for a new return flight.     During my time in the Monastery I had become sick from the food in the first  week,  so  I  stopped  eating  and  began  to  purchase  my  own  food,  which  I  would  also  share  with  others.  I  would  also  assist  Fr.  Pedro  and  Matushka  Lucia  with  their  shopping,  and  with  various  of  their  chores  wherever  I  was  able.  For  the  most  part  I  was  under  the  spiritual  guidance  of  Fr.  Pedro,  because Met. Kirykos was never present at Koropi Monastery (supposedly his  ʺresidenceʺ  and  ʺdiocesan  houseʺ).  Fr.  Pedro  was  an  exceptional  spiritual  father,  and  I  still  consider  him  to  be  a  spiritual  father  even  today,  although  since the beginning of Great Lent of 2010 I have been confessing to a priest of  the Russian True Orthodox Church, and receiving communion in that parish.     My  decision  to  depart  the  omophorion  of  Met.  Kirykos  is  based  on  several  reasons. But the most important reason is the fact that when I returned home,  I  began  reading  through  all  of  the  documents  I  had  collected  in  the  archive,  and  I  began  to  realize  that  the  ʺstoryʺ  Met.  Kirykos  has  been  giving  us  was  quite different from what the fullness of the documents portrayed. It seems as  though from 1976 onwards, that the two laymen theologians, Mr. Gkoutzidis  and Mr. Kontogiannis (the latter of whom is now known as Met. Kirykos) did  not just ʺsystematizeʺ the Matthewite ecclesiology, but they slightly changed  the  ecclesiology,  taking  it  towards  the  ultra‐right  extreme.  The  documents  also  prove  that  today’s  Matthewite  super‐correctness  and  their  refusal  to  allow  any  union  with  the  Florinites,  their  fanatic  mentality  that  led  to  their  current  factionalism  into  four  rival  groups,  and  their  gradual  disappearance  into  the  realm  of  obscurity,  is  a  product  of  the  Gkoutzidian‐Kontogiannian  dictatorship over the Matthewite Synod from 1976 until they were thrown out  of  the  Synodal  headquarters  in  2001,  in  which  period  the  two  laymen  theologians  through  their  publications  brainwashed  the  Matthewites  into  a  certain  mindset  which  is  based  only  on  the  documents  they  chose  to  reveal,  deliberately  hiding  the  plethora  of  documents  that  prove  otherwise,  and  conditioned  the  Matthewites  to  an  ecclesiology  that  at  first  glance  appears  completely sound and logical, and yet in light of all  the missing documents,  proves  itself  to  be  self‐refuting,  utterly  illogical,  and  certainly  not  the  ecclesiology of the original GOC, and not even the ecclesiology of St. Matthew  himself, whose hundreds of writings I have now compiled.    What  all  of  the  documents  in  this  archive  prove  is  that  although  Mr.  Gkoutzidis  and  Mr.  Kontogiannis  (Met.  Kirykos)  thought  of  themselves  as  ʺsaving the Matthewites,ʺ they proved to be the very ones who destroyed the  Matthewites  from  within.  The  unfortunate  truth  is  that  each  of  the  four  current  groups  in  which  the  Matthewites  exist  are  victims  of  this  brainwashing  for  over  30  years  now,  and  their  current  positions  reflect  the  Goutzidian‐Kontogiannian  influence  on  their  understanding.  Surprisingly,  even  the  Nicholaitan  Synod,  which  appears  to  be  antagonistic  towards  Met.  Kirykos  and  Mr.  Gkoutzidis  more  than  any  other,  is  in  fact  tainted  by  this  same  Gkoutzidian‐Kontigiannian  ecclesiological  unsoundness,  which  can  be  clearly  expressed  by  their  2007  ʺencyclicalʺ  in  which  they  ʺcondemnʺ  the  ʺcheirothesia.ʺ The truth is that this is all simply a product of the 30‐year long  brainwashing  process,  beginning  with  the  premature  departure  from  the  ROCOR in 1976, and resulting in the ensuing schisms of 1995, 2003, 2005, and  the departure of clergy and laity in 2009.    The  first  people  to  bring  up  the  charges  of  ʺiconoclasmʺ  in  the  official  Matthewite  periodical  were  Mr.  Gkoutzidis  and  Mr.  Kontogiannis  themselves,  as  they  were  using  it  as  a  means  to  slander  the  clairvoyant  Metropolitan  Kallistos  for  his  refusal  to  accept  the  uncanonical  method  in  which  the  Synod  was  being  run  by  two  lay  theologians,  namely  Gkoutzides  and Kontogiannis, and that these two had opened the new periodical ʺHerald  of  the  Genuine  Orthodoxʺ  and  had  published  the  severing  of  communion  with  ROCOR  in  its  second  issue  (February,  1976)  despite  the  fact  the  Synod  had  agreed  not  to  publish  it  until  all  were  in  agreement  with  it.  It  was  also  Gkoutzidis and Kontogiannis that sent the copy to the ROCOR headquarters,  again without complete Synodal approval. The version they sent contains the  typed  form  of  the  signatures,  without  possessing  the  signatures  of  all  the  bishops themselves, since four of the hierarchs were not in agreement with it.  Of  those  four  hierarchs,  two  of  them  (Demetrios  and  Kallistos)  were  among  the very bishops that St. Matthew himself had ordained. Meanwhile the third  hierarch  (Epiphanios)  was  also  the  first‐hierarch  of  his  own  Local  Church  (Cyprus),  while  the  fourth  hierarch  was  Bishop  Pachomios  of  Corinth  (still  living today and serving as the vice‐president of the Nicholaitan faction). Yet  Gkoutzidis  and  Kontogiannis  published  their  printed  version  of  the  document  and  sent  it  off  to  the  ROCOR,  as  well  as  in  the  new  official  Matthewite  periodical  they  were  in  charge  of,  with  the  names  of  all  the  bishops  included  as  having  signed,  yet  without  signatures,  but  rather  with  their  typed  names.  When  Kallistos,  Epiphanios  and  Pachomios  protested  against this, while Demetrios could not as  he reposed within months of that  time, their protests were ignored.     After Kallistos departed the Matthewite Synod, the two lay theologians were  responsible for ʺdepositionʺ of Kallistos, in which the first and most important  charge and reason for deposition is given as ʺiconoclasm against the [western]  icon of the Holy Trinity.ʺ Thus it is from this pact that we see for the first time  the use of so‐called ʺneo‐iconoclasmʺ to judge hierarchs as ʺheretics.ʺ Together  with  this  was  coupled  the  charge  of  ʺcheirothesia,ʺ  as  if  the  cheirothesia  received by Kallistos was a consecration, when in reality all of the documents  in the archive, both from ROCOR as well as Matthewite and Florinite sources,  prove  that  the  cheirothesia  was  not  real  at  all.  This  was  just  a  rumor  spread  among  the  Florinites  themselves,  and  also  falsely  spread  by  Holy  Transfiguration  Monastery,  in  order  to  convince  Greek  parishes  in  ROCOR  not to follow the Matthewites into breaking communion with the ROCOR in  1976. Recently the HOCNA made similar comments, but that was at request  of the Nicholaitan faction, with whom they sympathized at the time.    The  schism  among  the  Matthewites  in  1995  over  so‐called  ʺiconoclasmʺ  and  so‐called  ʺcheirothesiaʺ  is  also  a  direct  product  of  the  Gkoutzidian‐ Kontogiannian brainwashing from 1976 onwards. After all it was Gkoutzidis  and Kontogiannis who were first to accuse Met. Kallistos of ʺiconoclasmʺ and  even  published  an  article  in  their  official  periodical  ʺHerald  of  the  Genuine  Orthodoxʺ  at  this  time,  regarding  this  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