Ekecheira or Ekecheiria was a traditional truce. It was established in ancient Greece in the 9th century BC by the signature of a treaty between three kings. During the Truce period, the athletes, artists and their families, as well as ordinary pilgrims, could travel in total safety to participate in or attend the Olympic Games and return afterwards to their respective countries. As the opening of the Games approached, the sacred truce was proclaimed and announced by citizens of Elis who travelled throughout Greece to pass on the message.
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a disabled person can be in the special Olympics but not in the real Olympics
How long between each Olympics
The Olympic Games that have been played since 1896 are called the 'modern Olympics'. The Olympics started in 776 BC in Greece. If you hear the term 'Ancient Olympics', that means the Olympics that were played long, long ago.
LIFO is the term related to queue. It is called Last In First Out.
the city that is hosting the olympics of paralympics.
There aren't any special rules for "Canadian Olympics", it's the same rules as for any olympics. Check ou the link in the related question about olympic rules
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The schedule and calendar is in the related links section.
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symmetry which term describes how the two sides of this figure are related?