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Diaulos

An ancient Greek musical instrument, consisting of two single flutes, either similar or different, so joined at the mouthpiece that they could be played together.

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Translation of the event names: • synôris: two-horse chariot race
(hippos) kelês: horse race*;. • stadion: footrace 600 feet in length;. • diaulos: footrace 1200 feet in length;.
problem 5.5 x 9long
distinguishes between the stadion and the diaulos at O. 13.37.
Legends of Olympia VII. Leonidas of Rhodes, Triast.
Diaulos, accomplished feats which in our days Diaulos and the armed race. . ed the ceremonial part of the great fes- Diaulos run, a run of semi-endurance.
An Iriterdiscilirtciry Presentation
We proceed with the presentation of stadios, diaulos, and the jump with the use of halters. Stadion (Stade Race).
THE OLYMPIC GAMES OF ANTIQUITY
(488-480 BC) in the stade and the diaulos (twice the stade) events. In the first Olympiad, he ran for Kroton and his compatriots honoured and glorified him.

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Após aborto, mulheres entram em hospitais como pacientes e saem indiciadas
Geralmente, são boas mães, as gestações decorreram de relações com parceiros fixos, mas elas temem perder o emprego e enfrentar as dificuldades”, diz o promotor Diaulas Ribeiro, do Ministério Público do Distrito Federal e Territórios.

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Diaulos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Diaulos (running race) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Diaulos - Ancient Olympics
The diaulos is a sprint event that was organized for the first time at Olympia in 724 BC. The athletes ran twice the length of the stadion.
Diaulos (Giner) by Ma Jesús Udina - YouTube
Jul 8, 2008 Ma Jesus Udina plays (with two recorder) Diaulos, a piece by Bruno Giner.
diaulos (running race) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

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