cephalonia


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cephalonia

 [sef″ah-lo´ne-ah]
a condition in which the head is abnormally enlarged, with sclerotic hyperplasia of the brain.

cephalonia

/ceph·a·lo·nia/ (sef″ah-lo´ne-ah) a condition in which the head is abnormally enlarged, with sclerotic hyperplasia of the brain.

cephalonia

An obsolete term for macrocephaly accompanied by cerebral hypertrophy.

cephalonia

a condition in which the head is abnormally enlarged, with sclerotic hyperplasia of the brain.
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Staying in Cephalonia for a week, Grainne will dismantle her steel road bike and pack it into boxes to fly home with.
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We flew to nearby Cephalonia, which some say is the place Homer really had in mind when he wrote about Odysseus's homeland, and caught a late-night ferry for the short distance to Vathy.
Turkey and Cephalonia specialist Exclusive Escapes is offering Hotel Villa Mahal in Kalkan, winner of the most romantic hotel in Europe 2007, as judged by Conde Nast Johansens, for seven nights' B&B from pounds 700 per person.
Meon Villas managing director Karrie Mellor says: "Bookings have grown significantly for all our established Greek islands ( with the market for Crete and Cephalonia up by more than 40% year on year and Corfu by 20%.
Says Meon Villas managing director Karrie Mel-lor: "Bookings have grown significantly for all our established Greek islands - with the market for Crete and Cephalonia up by more than 40 per cent year on year and Corfu by 20 per cent.
The smallest of the Ionian islands, Paxos is often overshadowed by larger neighbours Corfu, Cephalonia and Zakynthos - but the locals on Paxos like to stay in the background to preserve the rustic charm for those who truly seek it out.
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