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Hermonthis

(hərmŏn`thĭs), ancient city, N Egypt, 8 mi (13 km) S of Thebes. It was founded in prehistoric times and was prominent during the period of Roman supremacy. Originally the shrine of Month, a hawk-headed deity, Hermonthis has a temple built c.1500 B.C. and reconstructed by the Ptolemies. Modern Armant or Erment is on the site.
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For fetal genetic studies, we next plan to determine if TRIC can identify genetic disorders in the fetus," Armant said.
Serge Armant Mboula en temoigne: [beaucoup moins que]80% de notre territoire est compose de foret.
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One of the interesting things I see is how customers merge voice with other technology to add incremental benefits," says Jay Armant, vice president of product management for Vocollect by Honeywell, "People are realizing the move to automation is expensive, the ROI might not be terribly fast, and the solutions might not be terribly flexible.
Entre 1925 y 1929 Frankfort fue director de las excavaciones de la Egypt Exploration Society (EES) de Londres en El-Amarna, Abydos y Armant.
Tout en notant que le Sommet debutera sur une note d'optimisme avec une conference de presse conjointe du chef de la Maison Blanche et des presidents du Conseil europeen, Van Rompy, et de la Commission europeenne, Jose Manuel Barroso, sur l'accord de libre-echange UE-USA, le journal souligne que "la question syrienne otera le sourire des levres des leaders des grandes puissances avec une Europe divisee, Cameron qui voudrait imiter les Etats-Unis en armant les rebelles, Hollande avec un appui timide, Merkel et Letta qui ne suivent pas et un president russe qui ne veut pas en entendre parler".
The characteristic small seed of the colocynth have been found in several early archeological sites in northern Africa and the Near East, specifically at Neolithic Armant, Nagada in Egypt at sites dating from 3800BC.
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Luxor Capital, which agreed on 23 January to take up to 215m shares of the Australia-focused gold company, has carried out the bid through its unit Armant LLC.
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