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Remus:

see RomulusRomulus
, in Roman legend, founder of Rome. When Amulius usurped the throne of his brother Numitor, king of Alba Longa, he forced Numitor's daughter, Rhea Silvia, to become a vestal virgin so that she would bear no children.
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Our management team remains focused on improving the bank and achieving its potential to be the best bank in Wisconsin," Remus stated.
Davis said that he always wanted to see if a REMUS could follow a basking shark, so that he could find out if the planktivorous fish sought out plankton "clouds," or areas of high plankton concentration.
Remus has logged thousands of miles travelling to mining and forestry camps and clinics in towns across the northwest to consult with patients on a variety of musculoskeletal injuries.
Of course there isn't a neatly ordered symbolism here but for the Southerner after the Civil War, the story of the biological similarity between races (Romulus and Remus were twins), of the fratricidal character of racism (Romulus killed Remus), the revolt of apparently docile slaves (Romulus founded Rome as a refuge for fugitive slaves), of the sexual fears which motivated and perpetuated racism (lacking women of their own, Romulus and his companions carried off the Sabine women), of racial amalgamation as the foundation of the future society (Romulus' people and the Sabines ended up intermarrying after many bloody battles and the result was the Roman people) must have had some resonances.
After the data from large-scale surveys are analyzed and smaller fields of interest are identified, the REMUS 6000s can then gather more detailed, up-close images on subsequent dives using their high-resolution cameras.
I especially enjoyed the description of Remus Crux as a detective 'who values a progress report over actual progress,' and Skulduggery's protestation that he doesn't show off but 'merely demonstrate(s) (his) abilities at opportune times.
As a base for comparing Romulus and the VII-stage algorithm we choose Remus and its reference implementation.
Carpenter explained that he had no intention of launching a music career singing about the Harry Potter stories from the perspective of Remus Lupin, the defense against the dark arts teacher who was secretly a werewolf until the end of "Prisoner of Azkaban.
The white power structure in the community has long venerated Harris's Uncle Remus tales, commemorating them with a small museum, a figure of Brer Rabbit on the courthouse lawn, and the annual Tar Baby 10K Run.
Because nearly every room in this particular home has custom details, Remus estimates that replacing this home would cost between $200 and $250 per square foot.
An honorary Oscar for the guy who played Uncle Remus in Disney's ``Song of the South.