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py·la

(pī'lă),
The orifice of communication between the third ventricle and cerebral aqueduct (of Sylvius).
[G. pylē, gate]
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We had booked the site - Camping Panorama du Pyla - in the hope that we might end up with one of its stunning ocean view pitches.
police force stationed in Pyla along with a 35-man contingent of Austrian peacekeepers.
"Unlike other areas within the buffer zone, the UN has no jurisdiction or control over the village of Pyla. The UN is only present as liaison," the statement said.
What counts is that it will take place in Pyla, he said, adding he hopes it can become an annual event.
The post Bicommunal friendly match to be held in Pyla next month appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
It will commence operations in October at a new, 53 mln euro campus in Larnaca's Pyla area.
According to the police, on Friday a 55-year-old internet cafe owner and a 53-year-old cafe owner in Pyla reported to police that on the previous evening ten to 12 people had come to their outlets demanding to be paid e1/4100 a night for protection.
A casual meeting on Thursday night in the mixed village of Pyla drew criticism from all Greek Cypriot parties, saying the dinner in a Greek Cypriot restaurant followed by coffee in a Turkey Cypriot restaurant showed how far both sides are on agreeing on such a simple matter.
The Humanitarian Aid Programme (HAP), a non-governmental organisation established by students of UCLan Cyprus under the mentoring of academics, is happy to announce its new project under the auspices of the International Organisation for Migration, Cyprus, which will take place at UCLan Cyprus, Pyla, on January 25 at 18.30pm.