That's a reference to ' Eshi
kouspo sto Mitsero ' -- a Cypriot-dialect exclamation literally meaning 'There's a hoe in the village of Mitsero' but used to indicate irate refusal, as in 'No way!' or 'Dream on!' -- which of course was George's catch-phrase as Rikkos Mappouros, the tight-fisted paterfamilias in Vourate Geitonoi .
Ouministeli otau pandulwa eshi
inau lopota oikoya ya tya ngaho kopolifi.
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Using this general concept of generosity, we take a more comprehensive approach by estimating the average actuarial value of a collection of ESHI
plans that were gathered as part of the National Compensation Survey (NCS).
In this study, the authors calculate the "compensating differential for ESHI
"--that is, the change in wages associated with gaining ESHI
= 0,1 a dummy variable which takes on the value of 1 if the worker received an offer of employer sponsored health insurance and 0 otherwise.
They've gone to parades, and celebrated national holidays; on Sundays they like to explore, visiting mountains and castles, using the internet or TV travel show San Tin Kypron En Eshi
to find far-off villages.
osha shingila omadiladilo ange eedula mbali konima eshi
nde mu landelele eshina lokukululifa a kale ha kulula ovamati vakwao ye te limonene mo sha shokulikululifa osho yo okashona kaye komondjato.
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"I asked two special policemen where the police were and they told me 'Endaxi en eshi
tipota', meaning there was no-one coming, and there would be no police" said the source.