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Amphion

(ăm`fēən): see AntiopeAntiope
, in Greek mythology. 1 Theban princess, daughter of Nycteus. She was seduced by Zeus and bore him twin sons, Zethus and Amphion. Fleeing to Sicyon to escape the wrath of her father, she was forced to abandon her infants on Mt.
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Amphion

his music so powerful that stones for a wall are moved into place. [Gk. Myth.: Benét, 32]
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Amphion, that makes medical, life science and technology businesses, said it hopes to claim about 40% of the united merged entity.
The German ship was chased and sunk, and Amphion picked up some survivors.
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The Amphion Model 14 once again raises the bar by providing an easy to deploy and highly secure connection within the end customer's network.
It would be nice to experience this piece in a full staging, but in the meantime the recording is available through Amphion Opera's web site--amphion-opera.
She covers emblems of Orpheus in early modern England; the triumph of the lyre in displays of Amphion, Arian, and Apollo; musical instruments as concord, rhetoric, and virtue; Cupid as musician; concord in love and friendship; sirens; music as vanity; David as emblematic model; and the tuning of the human soul.
International medical technology investor Amphion Innovations invested close to pounds 1m in the company in 2005, and added a further pounds 200,000 in the latest round of fundraising.
Amphion Innovations plc (LSE: AMP) ("Amphion"), the developer of medical and technology businesses, today announces that it has signed a partnership agreement with Kuwait University (KU), the State's first and oldest University established in the year 1966, for academic and research advancement.
As played by the period-instrument Amphion Wind Octet, the music is utterly delightful--its programmatic nature lends the whole suite a charming and upbeat character, and Grenser's liberties with orchestration and tonal color only add to the attractions of the music.
Born in Paris to Russian parents, Svetlova had her first role as a child in 1931 with Ida Rubinstein's experimental troupe in Amphion, choreographed by Leonide Massine.
For example, we have seen a number of small-unit development schemes within Coventry such as Middlemarch and Amphion Park, where units range from 2,500sq ft to 10,000sq ft; and sales and lettings are still being achieved, though admittedly on more competitive terms.
Richard Morgan, CEO of Amphion Innovations plc , a leading investor in WellGen, said, "We are very pleased with the investment community's enthusiastic response.