Achates


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Achates

companion and faithful friend of Aeneas. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
See: Loyalty
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And in this humor is Achates to, I cannot choose but fall upon my knees, And kisse his hand: O where is Hecuba, Here she was wont to sit, but saving ayre Is nothing here, and what is this but stone?
Late last year, Achates Power signed a joint development agreement with Fairbanks-Morse, a maker of large diesels used in marine, industrial, and power generation applications.
After being welcomed in Carthage by Dido, Aeneas sends Achates for his son Ascanius and the gifts (1.
Decline of spotted knapweed density at 2 sites in western Montana with large populations of the introduced weevil Cyphocleonus achates (Fah raeus).
Achates was escorting a flotilla of merchant vessels through the dangerous Arctic waters when it was attacked by German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper, pocket battleship Lutzow and six large destroyers.
Its eventual demise came when Achates was escorting a flotilla of merchant vessels through the dangerous Arctic waters when it was attacked by German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper, pocket battleship Lutzow and six large destroyers.
Harrison as Anchises or Sergeant Atkinson as a faithful Achates, or indeed any of the citation of Virgil and the Virgilian underpinning, when there is essentially no Boothiad?
lt;<Obstipuit>> et <<perculsus>> bis accipiendum est; nam uterque obstipuit, uterque perculsus est, denique sic posuit: <<simul ipse>>, hoc est Aeneas, <<simul>> et Achates.
Effective biological control agents, like Agapeta zoegana (Lepidoptera: Cochylidae) and Cyphocleonus achates (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) that cause reductions in spotted knapweed biomass (Story et al.
Plotting to abandon Carthage, he allows Achates, his fellow European, to disparage Dido as a "ticing Dame" in the scene that comes closely after he has made love to Dido and promised "Never to leave these new-upreared walls / Whiles Dido lives and rules in Juno's town" (4.
Ac primum silici scintillam excudit Achates succepitque ignem foliis atque arida circum nutrimenta dedit rapuitque in fomite flammam.