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gonion

 [go´ne-on] (pl. go´nia) (Gr.)
the most inferior, posterior, and lateral point on the angle of the mandible. adj., adj go´nial.

go·ni·a

(gō'nē-ă),
Plural of gonion.

go·ni·a

(gō'nē-ă)
Plural of gonion.
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Renewed excavations at Gonia by the Greek Archaeological Service are currently under way.
In October 2007 he presented his first solo exhibition entitled MIMNISKO at the Gallery Kypriaki Gonia, Larnaca.
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Ayia Napa Municipality announced on Saturday it has made arrangements to provide free sun beds and umbrellas at the Landa and Vathia Gonia beaches to better accommodate disabled people.
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The solo painting exhibition Pathways by Helena Hadjioannou will be displayed at Gallery Kypriaki Gonia in Larnaca as of Friday.
The plant, is one of the three water treatment plants that serve Nicosia in the south, along with those of Anthoupolis and Vathia Gonia.
Still on at Gallery Kypriaki Gonia in Larnaca until the end of January is the solo exhibition by artist Christos Christou.