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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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The second one is a warrior named Remus, killed together with his servants, his squire, and his charioteer:
For instance, Remus De La Tour, bred in France by Anne de Clermont Tonnerre, is inbred to Fager's Glory, a Mr Prospector mare foaled in 1976 who appears as the granddam of Stormy River's sire Verglas and third dam of the colt himself.
This is not a one-man operation, this is a Thunder Bay organization," said Remus.
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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.
The Remus renewable energy mobile utility system is designed for the power demands of the military and domestic applications--with an alternative twist.
What did happen to Joel Chandler Harris and his once famous Uncle Remus stories?
In no instance does a stronger connection between the exterior and the interior exist than in the characters of Sirius Black and Remus Lupin.