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Achates

companion and faithful friend of Aeneas. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
See: Loyalty
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David Johnson, president and CEO, Achates Power, said: "Light trucks representing 41% of sales use 55% of the fuel use and emissions because they're driven more miles per year and their fuel economy has the greatest potential for improvement.
The Achates Power Opposed-Piston Engine is engineered to meet future emissions and fuel economy standards more cost effectively than any other solution.
Fidus Achates is a Latin term meaning "good, faithful Achates," who was a close friend of Aeneas, the hero of The Aeneid; Achates accompanies Aeneas throughout the latter's entire journey from Troy to Rome.
O my Achates, Theban Niobe, Who for her sonnes death wept out life and breath And drie with griefe was turned into a stone, Had not such passions in her head as I.
According to the company, Achates Power, its design has overcome many of the emissions problems of earlier opposed-cylinder configurations, and its engine consumes about 20 percent less fuel than a conventional diesel.
Competitors Include Achates and Pinnacle, and others like LiquidPiston.
205) There is also mention of Reflections Occasioned by the Late Insurrection in Charleston, by Achates (1822) in which complainants against the economic efforts of Black workers lamented "that cheap negro [sic] labor was steadily undermining that class of population which had ever been stridently Republican.
In Book 1, her mantle and veil are among the gifts that Achates brings back from the Trojans' ship for Dido, the queen of Carthage.
Impacts of the biological control agent Cyphocleonus achates on spotted knapweed, Centaurea maculosa, in experimental plots.
In Chile, only Stotz (1981) has compared different methods of anesthesia and staining, studying its effects on Anthothoe chilensis (Lesson, 1830), Antholoba achates (Drayton, 1846) and Phymactis papillosa (Lesson, 1830).
A number of organisations are planning tributes to HMS Achates, which established close ties with the people of Halesowen during the 1939-45 war years as it braved the dangerous Arctic naval missions.