Pithon

Pithon

(pī`thŏn), in the Bible, a descendant of Saul, one of the sons of Micah.
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Powertrain Integration president Robert Pachla explained the meaning of the PIthon engine name: "Pythons are strong, powerful snakes that constrict their prey; PIthon squeezes every bit of power, every penny of savings out ofoperators' precious fuel and maintenance dollars.
He's also directed three of the others, including Emily Pithon who Liverpool audiences may recall from Tartuffe.
Emily Pithon is all high-pitched giggles, flared nostrils and puppet-like movements as Mariane, the daughter Orgon plans to marry off to Tartuffe.
Newsholme P, Curi R, Pithon Curi TC, Murphy CJ, Garcia C, Pires de Melo M.
He is joined by Emily Pithon, memorable as Linda Washbrook in Terry Hands's recent production of Ayckbourn's A Chorus of Disapproval, playing Lulu.
His father was probably a skilled craftsman, while his mother had the privileged position of chambermaid to the lady of the house, Madame Berard du Pithon.
The four children (splendidly played by Steven Atholl, Emily Pithon, William Mannering and Rebecca Clarke) stumble into a frosty world of silvery trees and strange, exotic creatures.
Annabelle Dowler reprises her role as the plain-speaking maid Dorine, while Eithne Browne, Rebecca Lacey, Alan Stocks, Emily Pithon and Simon Coates - the latter as the calm voice of reason, Cleante - also return to perform on designer Ruari Murchison's semi-circular set of doors and glittering mirrored surfaces.
Hippolita, passionately played by Emily Pithon, is condemned for seeking revenge on the man who spurned her, yet the same is considered a justifiable act when Soranzo (Nicholas Shaw) plans it against Annabella for a similar crime.
Emily Pithon relishes the small but pivotal role of Edith, the maid who is struggling to become stately and measured enough for Charles's household.
Suddenly Last Summer is performed by a seven-strong company and includes a return to Mold for Steffan Rhodri and Emily Pithon, both of whom appeared in The Birthday Party.