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Achates

companion and faithful friend of Aeneas. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
See: Loyalty
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Randy Herold, Achates Power senior staff engineer, will present the thermodynamic benefits of opposed-piston two-stroke engines (paper 2011-01-2216).
Achates Power also has a highly-regarded technical advisory board (TAB) comprising National Academy of Engineering members and SAE Fellows with more than 200 years of combined experience.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced that ARPA-E will provide initial funding of $9 million to this project over three years; Achates Power, Argonne and Delphi expect to spend a total of $13 million on the program, including cost share.
Decline of spotted knapweed density at 2 sites in western Montana with large populations of the introduced weevil Cyphocleonus achates (Fah raeus).
Achates was escorting a flotilla of merchant vessels through the dangerous Arctic waters when it was attacked by German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper, pocket battleship Lutzow and six large destroyers.
Its eventual demise came when Achates was escorting a flotilla of merchant vessels through the dangerous Arctic waters when it was attacked by German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper, pocket battleship Lutzow and six large destroyers.
Agates have been prized since ancient times and were actually named by the Ancient Greeks after the river Achates where they were first found.
purpurata is a food source for the shrimps Artemesia longinaris, Pleoticus muelleri, the anemone Antholoba achates and the gastropod Buccinanops monilifer.
Opened last summer under the name Achates Foundation, the homes house recovering addicts and alcoholics.
Since the people of Carthage evidently honor the Trojans, Aeneas is able to comfort his friend Achates, saying, "Forget your fears;/ this fame will bring you some deliverance" (1.
Hal has long been recognized as a leader in the environmental industry and, Frank brings unparalleled experience in the automotive supplier and OEM communities," said David Johnson, president and CEO, Achates Power.