Myrmidon


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Myrmidon

one of the fierce Thessalonians who fought in the Trojan War under their king, Achilles. [Gk. Myth.: Iliad]
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Julian Shears' ship the Myrmidon was |requisitioned by the MOD in 1982 for use in the Falkland Islands conflict and, below, Julian's record of duty during his 10-year career in the catering side of the British Merchant Navy
I think we're thrilled as much for him as anything because he really deserves it," said the former management consultant who set up Myrmidon Books in 2007.
More chief than king to his Myrmidons, Achilles "spends himself without reckoning, in a rapture of aggressiveness.
Distance strata Reef sampled Date(s) sampled Inner shelf Orpheus Island 4 and 5 Sep 2001 Pandora Reef 3 Sept 2001 Havannah Island 3 and 4 Sep 2001 Mid-shelf Bramble Reef 15 Oct 2001 Britomart Reef 16 Oct 2001 The Slashers 20 Oct 2001 Outer shelf Pith Reef 18 Oct 2001 Barnett Patches 17 Oct 2001 Myrmidon Reef 19 Oct 2001 Average distance (km) to coast Distance Reef sampled of the three sites [+ or -] SE strata Orpheus Island 15.
Terry Morse Myrmidon, the company's first product, simplifies web publishing by converting any document into a web page with one click.
One suspects Akenson has been too close to his subject to probe critically into the course of O'Brien's political metamorphosis, from his days as a myrmidon of Sean MacBride, to his anti-I.
All three books in the trilogy are published by Myrmidon Books and are also be available as ebooks.
Malaysian novelist Tan Twan Eng, published by Newcastle-based Myrmidon, landed the PS25,000 Walter Scott Prize for historical fiction at the Brewin Dolphin Borders Book Festival in Melrose at the weekend.
DAVID INGRAM Published by Myrmidon Only 20 pages in and already the stomach is in knots of tension.
216-20, for example, Odysseus admits that, although he is physically inferior to Achilles, he is superior to the Myrmidon "in words" (mythoisin).
Treasury Holdings subsidiary Myrmidon sought approval for new plans to redevelop what was Ireland's first specially-built shopping centre, aiming to provide a gross retail area of 21,375 square metres, and more than 1,000 parking spaces.
It follows a protagonist who grapples with several egocentric problems, journeying from self-centered, perverted myrmidon to become a self-aware and productive member of society.