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


Plural of gonion.


Plural of gonion.
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According to Steven Gonia, vice president of human resources at Quality Semiconductor, "We believe that IntelliMatch has developed the most advanced recruiting tool available today.
Gonia has more than 26 years of experience working for high technology companies.
So let's head over to the Gallery Kypriaki Gonia in Larnaca for the first solo exhibition from Elena Tsigaridou -- Fine Arts teacher at the American Academy in Larnaca and doyenne of previous exhibitions in Italy and Belgium.
Some of the recommendations include "accessible and comfortable sanitary facilities, shower, bathroom, parking" and moveable ramps on the sea that lead to the water as well as special wheelchairs allowing them to enter the water like the one they donated to Vathia Gonia beach in Ayia Napa.
Some gonia sticking to the interior of the acini walls.
Mark Gonia has been hired as vice president of field operations, Americas, and will manage Apriso's sales, presales and partner development efforts in the United States and Latin America.
Gallery Kypriaki Gonia in Larnaca is still opening its doors to all art lovers who enjoy bold colours and block images which salute a simplify of style and art which artist Achilleas Christou is known for.
True single chip solutions like Chipcon's CC2430 will drive the cost of standard ZigBee(TM) solutions down thereby increasing the demand and market acceptance of the ZigBee(TM) standard," commented Pat Gonia, Senior Staff Scientist at Honeywell and member of the ZigBee(TM) Board of Directors.
Alekos Kaklamanos gave the Greeks a 4-0 lead and a Paragiotas Gonias double sent Dons home red-faced.
For more information, contact: Ashley Gonias agonias@golin.