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National Liberation Front, a Greek underground resistance movement of World War II and political coalition of various leftist groups.
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Origin of EAM
<Modern Greek E(thnikō) A(pelevtherōtikò) M(étōpo)
Words nearby EAM
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How to use EAM in a sentence
Assurgant proceres, ac velut aureum Et cleste jubar rite colant eam.Lives of the most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects|Giorgio Vasari
Et lux in tenebris erat, et tenebræ eam non comprehenderunt.New Poems|Francis Thompson
Non aboleas eam totam (the Latin mass): satis est alicubi miscere Germanicas cantationes.
Deponat ecclesia episcopum suum, quod ad eam spectet judicare de voce pastorum.
Sed et spicula, qu in eam coniecta fuerant, eluso mittentis conatu lsionis irrita resultabant.Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
British Dictionary definitions for EAM
(in World War II) the leftist resistance in German-occupied Greece
Word Origin for EAM
C20: from Modern Greek Ethniko Apeleutherotiko Metopo National Liberation Front
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