Assos


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Assos

(ăs`ŏs) or

Assus

(–əs), ancient city, Mysia, NW Asia Minor, on the Gulf of Adramyttium E of Point Lectum, westernmost point of Asia.
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16, Lorenzana told the military, the police and other law enforcement agencies that Ali and his son had been removed from Arrest, Search and Seizure Orders (Assos) Nos.
The new generation of Assos Campionissimo bib tights for cold winter riding feature Stratagon airblock membrane fabric inserts where you need them.
A new partnership for the 2014 Formula One season and beyond has been announced between the Brackley based F1 MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team and cycling apparel equipment firm, ASSOS of Switzerland.
An analysis of an atomic proposition such as 'Assos is beautiful' seems at first sight to yield the object, the town of Assos, as an atomic particular, and the universal, beautiful.
And what about Assos harbor, as picture-postcard pretty a place as you'll find in Turkey?
In 2000, as part of a project to make contacts between Western buyers and Kazakh manufacturers, an ITC project manager, who is an avid cyclist, decided to contact the Swiss firm ASSOS, which produced his favourite brand of sportswear for cyclists.
(3.) A reference, in part, to Aristotle, who for three years lived and taught in Assos with Erastus and Xenocrates.
You feel life in the peaceful village of Assos, with its twisted olive trees, is as it has always been.
But since last year, Ster Century, a subsidiary of South African exhibitor Ster Kinekor, has made its presence felt through its joint venture with local exhib Assos Odeon.
CASH ASMUSSEN was lucky to escape serious injury when his mount, Assos, broke a leg in the straight at Toulouse yesterday and had to be put down.
The remark raised concern among people who remember that Assos were the usual tools used by Marcos' martial law regime in the 1970s to arbitrarily detain political opponents.
Assos T.campionissimo s7 men's bib shorts Assos bill these as their push–it–past–the–limit shorts, designed with a secret "ergoKompressor" fabric for a great anatomical fit with few seams and compression benefits.