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Eleni Zaggelidou, Evangelos Tsamourtzis, Alexandros Malkogeorgos and Georgios Zaggelidis

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Alexandros Malkogeorgos, Eleni Zaggelidou, Georgios Zaggelidis and Galazoulas Christos

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Alexandros Malkogeorgos, Eleni Zaggelidou, Evagelos Manolopoulos and George Zaggelidis

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Jerneja Prosen, Nic James, Lygeri Dimitriou, Janez Perš and Goran Vučković

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Kristina Veemees

REFERENCES Antoni, Klaus. “Shintō.” In Grundriß der Japanologie , eds Klaus Kracht and Markus Rüttermann. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2001 Aoba no kai 青葉の会. “Dansu kai ankēto” ダンス会アンケート [Questionnaire on dance]. Aoba no kai, 1999. http://www2s.biglobe.ne.jp/~suisen-a/aoba-commonsense-question-1.html , accessed March 2006 Aoba no kai 青葉の会. “Tsumaranai koto?” つまらないこと? [Something boring?]. Blog Aoba no kai, 2000. http://www.ne.jp/asahi/aoba/suisen/aobanokai-hp/bbs/stresskaisyouaoba-coppy-002/63671875.html , accessed March 2006 Aramachi

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Giorgos K. Fountzoulas, Maria I. Koutsouba and Evgenia Nikolaki

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Dimitra Gratsiouni, Maria Koutsouba, Foteini Venetsanou and Vasiliki Tyrovola

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Karolina H. Przednowek, Dorota Kopeć and Anna Walaszczyk-Iskra

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Yu-Chi Chang

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Marcin Maciejczyk and Agnieszka Feć

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