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a one-seeded indehiscent fruit with a wall flattened into a membrane wing, found, for example, in ash and elm trees.
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Unlike that mythological figure, Samaras hasn't yet drowned in his image, but death haunts his consciousness.
Samaras, who has gambled by bringing the presidential vote forward to this month, is stepping up rhetoric against the main leftist opposition Syriza party in a bid to convince lawmakers to back his candidate and avoid early elections.
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During his speech, Samaras stated that they will give special importance to the growth and employment strategy and added that fighting against smuggling, supporting research and development works and consummation of EU regulations for trade are also among their EU agenda topics.
Samaras is settled in Scotland, but could join former team-mates Gary Hopper and Victor Wanyama by flying south - as early as January.
However, Samaras says in his reply there is no need of holding any meetings between them because Greece is not the one that blocks Macedonia's integration and it is rather the EU that does not let Macedonia move forward.
On May 31, Samaras, 55, died along with his 24-year-old son Paul and meteorologist Carl Young, 45.
He's mostly going to be remembered as somebody who tried to help save lives," Jim Samaras told Reuters, saying his brother had done a lot of research and innovative work with probes and other instruments placed in the path of twisters to gather data.
We are deeply saddened by the loss of Tim Samaras, his son Paul and their colleague Carl Young.
CAPTAIN Georgios Samaras hopes their Champions League campaign will serve as a learning experience for Celtic's young players after it came to an end with defeat to Juventus.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras wants "breathing space" to get Greece's economy back on track.