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abaton

A sanctuary not to be entered by the public; a holy of holies.
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5 kilometers away at the desert's edge is the Abaton, a mound upon which is a brick structure, surrounded by a low brick wall.
The Blythe saga stemmed from a May 24, 2010, concert at Club Abaton in Prague at which prosecutors in the Czech Republic asserted that Blythe had pushed a 19-year-old fan, Daniel Nosek, off of the stage.
Report of Six Cases Treated with a Sequential Dual Wavelength Laser System (595, 1064 nm)," Jesus Del Pozo, Laura Rosende, Ana De Andres, CHU A Coruna, Centro Medico Abaton, A Coruna, Spain
Another to emerge in a favourable light is Night Shift; he is the damsire of ten winners from 11 runners by Dansili, led by Listed winner Abaton.
The hybrid nature of Lockhart's projects is equally reflected in the museum's collaboration with Abaton, a local cinema, which plans to host a concurrent retrospective of her films.
After she had been pregnant for five years she came as a supplicant to the god and slept in the Abaton.
During the third quarter, McKessonHBOC began reporting revenues and operating profit of its new e-health business segment, following its November 1999 purchase of Abaton.
Physicians can prescribe online with a system from Abaton.
This service is already being offered by a growing number of companies such as Healtheon/WebMD (Santa Clara, CA); Abaton.
Under Likud, of course, it was a dialogue of the deaf -- I think Ben Abaton, the head of the Israeli delegation, was following to the letter [former Prime Minister Yitzhak] Shamir's instructions to continue talking for ten years without result.