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ELEnglish Language
ELElevated
ELEducation Level
ELExternal Links (OSPF)
ELElevation
ELElevator
ELEntry Level
ELElement
ELElementary
ELGreek (ISO standard two letter language code for Greek)
ELElected
ELEducational Leadership
ELEast Lansing (Michigan)
ELElectric Light
ELEnlist
ELEnergy Level
ELEmeril Lagasse
ELEmergency Lighting
ELElevate
ELEnterprise Linux
ELEngineering Laboratory
ELExecutive Level (government employee heirarchy; Australia)
ELElectro-Luminescent
ELExposure Limits
ELEnglish Learner
ELExpected Loss
ELExposure Level
ELEnvironmental Laboratory
ELElektricitet (Danish: Electricity)
ELExpression Language
ELElevated Train (Chicago)
ELElastic Limit (tensile testing)
ELEdit Links (Internet)
ELElymian (linguistics)
ELEquilibrium Level
ELEssential Links (website)
ELEnvironmental Liabilities
ELEmergency Leave
ELEuropean Lotteries
ELElevated Line (elevated subway operated by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority)
ELException List
ELEndolaser (vitreoretinal surgery))
ELEpiscopal Life (magazine)
ELErase Line
ELEnhancement Layer
ELEnterolactone
ELEntertainment Links (Internet)
ELEncounter Level (Dungeons & Dragons gaming)
ELEnhanced Latency
ELElectrical Load
ELExclusive Lock
ELElliptocytosis
ELElevation Limit
ELExcursion Limit (OSHA)
ELExpansion Loop
ELEnterprise Links (Internet)
ELElectronic Links (Internet)
ELExploration Lease (mineral exploration)
ELEmergency Limit
ELEngineering Letters
ELEarnings Level
ELElectric Logs (Oil Industry Old Term)
ELEdge Lift (of a contact lens)
ELEntrepreneurial Leave
ELErie Lackawanna Railway Company
ELElectric Start-Long Shaft (boat motors)
ELEddy Loss
ELEnforcement Layer
ELGreeceHttp://europa.eu.int/Comm/Eurostat/Public/Datashop/Print-Product/En?catalogue=eurostat&product=8-07062001-En-Ap-En&mode=download
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Constantine XI, the last of the Greek Emperors, knelt in the great church of St.
{39} From the Greek [Greek] it is plain that Menelaus took up the piece of meat with his fingers.
"But you may read those stories without knowing Greek. I've got them in English."
It is one of the most marked characteristics of Greek political theory that Plato and Aristotle think of the statesman as one who has knowledge of what ought to be done, and can help those who call him in to prescribe for them, rather than one who has power to control the forces of society.
I had a delight in that stupid collection of monkish legends which I cannot account for now, and which persisted in spite of the nightmare confusion it made of my ancient Greeks and Romans.
Soon the study of Greek was introduced into England, also, first at Oxford; and it was cultivated with such good results that when, early in the sixteenth century, the great Dutch student and reformer, Erasmus, unable through poverty to reach Italy, came to Oxford instead, he found there a group of accomplished scholars and gentlemen whose instruction and hospitable companionship aroused his unbounded delight.
"Why do you address me so coldly -- so distantly?" asked the young Greek. "Have I by any means displeased you?
A Greek friend had come to see him upon business, he said, and as he could speak nothing but his own tongue, the services of an interpreter were indispensable.
"My brother is mad," said Jehan to himself; "it would have been far more simple to write Fatum , every one is not obliged to know Greek."
Then Whisky Bob and Nicky the Greek arrived, sober, indignant, outraged in that their fellow pirates had raised their plant.
Greek, Turkish and Armenian morals consist only in attending church regularly on the appointed Sabbaths, and in breaking the ten commandments all the balance of the week.
Every Greek fisherman on the river contributed to the sum.