Mikon

Mikon

(mī`kŏn), fl. c.460 B.C., Greek painter and sculptor. In collaboration with Polygnotus he painted The Greeks and the Amazons and the celebrated Battle of Marathon in the Stoa Poecile (Gr. Poikile) at Athens. He is supposed to have contributed paintings for the decoration of the temple of the Dioscuri at Athens and the Theseum.
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Mike Halles founded Culinaire by Mikon International in a suburb of Chicago, IL in 2003.
17th International Conference on Microwave, radar and Wireless Communications, MIKON, pp.
Much like Mikon, Peyton intellectually and morally understands the problems with Southern racism and social divides, yet she is no more able to abandon the region emotionally than her father is.
On a parallel street we visited Mikon Mineralien where we harassed Matthias Rheinlander and he harassed us, but he is a long-time friend, and sells great gemological and mineralogical equipment (which I buy for my suppliers in Asia, especially Burma).
He concludes that Mikon advocates a scriptural, hermeneutic combat instead of an open rebellion against the monarchs of the world (and Charles II, in particular).
A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960, by Mikon Friedman and Anna Jacobson Schwartz.
After attending the College of Art and Design of the City of Linz, Austria, she moved to the United States and continued her studies at the University of Oregon, The Art Institute of Chicago and the Minneapolis College of Design, in addition to the School of Visual Arts in New York under the instruction of Mikon Glaser.
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From an anonymous biography of Mikon, circa 1686, Gross extracts the following gem:
FISCHEL, THE ECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF CORPORATE LAW 36-39 (1991) (arguing that firms should be run to maximize shareholder wealth); Mikon Friedman, The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits, N.
The answer lies in the Mikon Rumrich wishes to put in its place, for the "unbound" Milton is, as we might expect, its precise alter ego: "fundamental to my larger argument is the claim that Milton was a poet of indeterminacy who found ways to incorporate the uncertain and the evolving into his most highly realized works of literary art" (24).