Italian Ne·gro·pon·te [ne-graw-pawn-te] /ˌnɛ grɔˈpɔn tɛ/.
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“She a wonderful secretary of state—I have the greatest admiration for her,” Negroponte says.
The intelligence bureaucracy was profoundly broken when Negroponte took over in 2005.
To further ensure paralysis, Bush refused to grant Negroponte the essential powers over intelligence budgets and personnel policy.Obama's Dangerous Spy Game
May 22, 2010
Chalcis, the capital of Euboea or Negroponte, is even now called Egripo.The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela
Benjamin of Tudela