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Aeson

in extreme old age, restored to youth by Medea. [Rom. Myth.: LLEI, I: 322]
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Les maisons en bois constituees de deux pieces, une entree et un office pour les alim en ts, porta ient le nom de << m aison desnemesi [casa nemeseasca] >> (Nistor 1980 : 13), marquant ainsi la position sociale elevee de ces personnes dans la communaute, car les nemesi, les nobles paysans (ordre social qui a ete quasiment detruit pendant la periode communiste) etaient aussi les plus riches du village.
Subs (from): Spann, Kearney, Aison, Tremarco, Suffo, Woolfe.
But on the second day two young internationals, Will Aison of Dorking and Stuart Conroy, won their section, the latter competing in his first full international.
But it is curious to read in the twelfth-century commentator Eustathius that an ancient tradition thought the name jason was a metathesis of his own father's name, Aison.
Halfway along the match length Tony Aison legered roach to the 12oz mark for a 9lb 9oz total, and well over 5lb was needed for a place in the frame.
La reintroduction des controles serait motivee par des aisons de securite.