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Sporades

[ spawr-uh-deez; Greek spaw-rah-thes ]
/ ˈspɔr əˌdiz; Greek spɔˈrɑ ðɛs /
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plural noun

two groups of Greek islands in the Aegean: the one (Northern Sporades ) off the E coast of Greece; the other (Southern Sporades ), including the Dodecanese, off the SW coast of Asia Minor.

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Sporades
/ (ˈspɒrəˌdiːz) /

pl n

two groups of Greek islands in the Aegean: the Northern Sporades, lying northeast of Euboea, and the Southern Sporades, which include the Dodecanese and lie off the SW coast of Turkey
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