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2019-10-28 12:45:04

Alpha Chi Rho - ΑΧΡ
Alpha Chi Sigma - ΑΧΣ
Alpha Delta - ΑΔ
Alpha Delta Gamma - ΑΔΓ
Alpha Delta Phi - ΑΔΦ
Alpha Epsilon Pi - ΑΕΠ
Alpha Gamma Omega - ΑΓΩ
Alpha Gamma Rho - ΑΓΡ
Alpha Gamma Sigma - ΑΓΣ
Alpha Kappa Lambda - ΑΚΛ
Alpha Kappa Psi - ΑΚΨ
Alpha Nu Omega - ΑΝΩ
Alpha Phi Alpha - ΑΦΑ
Alpha Phi Delta - ΑΦΔ
Alpha Phi Omega - ΑΦΩ
Alpha Psi - ΑΨ
Alpha Psi Lambda - ΑΨΛ
Alpha Psi Rho - ΑΨΡ
Alpha Sigma Phi - ΑΣΦ
Alpha Tau Omega - ΑΤΩ
Beta Chi Theta - ΒΧΘ
Beta Gamma Nu - ΒΓΝ
Beta Kappa Gamma - ΒΚΓ
Beta Sigma Psi - ΒΣΨ
Beta Theta Pi - ΒΘΠ
Beta Upsilon Chi - ΒΥΧ
Chi Phi - ΧΦ
Chi Psi - ΧΨ
Chi Sigma Tau - ΧΣΤ
Chi Upsilon Zeta - ΧΥΖ
Delphic of Gamma Sigma Tau - ΓΣΤ
Delta Chi - ΔΧ
Delta Chi Xi - ΔΧΞ
Delta Epsilon Psi - ΔΕΨ
Delta Kappa Epsilon - ΔΚΕ
Delta Lambda Phi - ΔΛΦ
Delta Omega Epsilon - ΔΩΕ
Delta Phi - ΔΦ
Delta Psi - ΔΨ
Delta Sigma Iota - ΔΣΙ
Delta Sigma Phi - ΔΣΦ

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