agora

  1. 100 agorot equal 1 shekel
  2. the marketplace in ancient Greece
  3. a place of assembly for the people in ancient Greece

AGORA

AGORA is the acronym for the Access to Global Online Research on Agriculture program. It was started by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with a number of publishing partners to provide developing countries access to scientific information on food, agriculture, environmental science and related social sciences. Ther...
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Agora

(Latin) a place of business, a marketplace, a meeting place.
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agora

[n] - 100 agorot equal 1 shekel 2. [n] - the marketplace in ancient Greece 3. [n] - a place of assembly for the people in ancient Greece
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Agora

• (n.) An assembly; hence, the place of assembly, especially the market place, in an ancient Greek city.
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agora

noun the marketplace in ancient Greece
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Agora

[organization] Agora (in full, Inter-regional Association of Human Rights Organizations `Agora`, Russian Межрегиональная Ассоциация правозащитных организаций `АГОРА`) is a Russian human rights group based in Kazan, Tartarstan. It provides legal advocacy for victims of suspected human rig...
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Agora

[programming language] Agora is a reflective, prototype-based, object-oriented programming language that is based exclusively on message passing and not delegation. Agora was intended to show that even subject to that limit, it is possible to build a full object-oriented language that features inheritance, cloning and reflective operators. ...
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Agora

[sculpture] Agora is the name of a group of 106 headless and armless iron sculptures at the south end of Grant Park in Chicago. Designed by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz, they were made in a foundry near Poznan between 2004 and 2006. In 2006, the Chicago Park District brought the work to Chicago as a permanent loan from the Polish Min...
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Agora

[Thrace] Agora (in Greek Aγoρα) was an ancient town situated about the middle of the narrow neck of the Thracian Chersonese (called today Gallipoli peninsula), and not far from Cardia, in what is now European Turkey. Xerxes, when invading Greece in 480 BC, passed through it.{r|herod_7.58_steph_scy} ---- ...
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Agora

[web browser] Agora was a World Wide Web email browser and was a proof of concept to help people to use the full internet. Agora was an email-based web browser designed for non-graphic terminals and to help people without full access to the internet such as in developing countries or without a permanent internet connection. Similar to W3Gat...
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Agora

Ag'o·ra (ăg'o*rȧ) noun [ Greek 'agora` .] An assembly; hence, the place of assembly, especially the market place, in an ancient Greek city.
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agora

agora (ăg'uru) [Gr.,=market], in ancient Greece, the public square or marketplace of a city. In early Greek history the agora was primarily used as a place for public assembly; later it functioned mainly as a center of commerce. Usually in a readily accessible part of the city, it was ofte...
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agora

agora An assembly; hence, the place of assembly, especially the market-place.
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Agora

Agora is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Agora

An agora is the market-place of a Greek town, corresponding to the Roman forum. The Agora of Athens is situated in a valley partially enclosed by the Acropolis, Areopagus, Payx, and Museum.
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agora

In an ancient Greek town, the public meeting place and market, equivalent to the Roman forum. The limits were marked with boundary stones, and trade there was regulated. The Agora at Athens...
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agora

in ancient Greek cities, an open space that served as a meeting ground for various activities of the citizens. The name, first found in the works of ... [4 related articles]
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agora

Large open space used for assembly of the citizens; thus the center of a Greek city.
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