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Boreas

(bōr`ēəs): see EosEos
, in Greek religion and mythology, goddess of dawn; daughter of the Titans Hyperion and Theia. Every morning she arose early and preceded her brother Helios into the heavens.
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Boreas

god of the north wind. [Gk. Myth.: Parrinder, 49]
See: Wind

Boreas

the north wind; associated with winter. [Rom. Myth.: Hall, 130]
See: Winter
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Although Boreas Ponds can be reached by a former logging road, as of this writing it is uncertain how far the public will be allowed to drive into the tract.
boreas has a prolonged period of breeding readiness that can extend at least into mid-September.
The new generation of Boreas dryers are equipped with the new innovative Variopulse control.
The Italian's Bedford House yard has struck form with a weekend treble and Boreas can confirm his well-being by beating the current darling of the track Persian Punch and Yorkshire's own St Leger hero Bollin Eric in the two miles Group Three affair.
"The ground won't trouble him, but Boreas will be a big danger as he loves cut and Persian Punch goes well with some dig as well and we all know how tough he is."
NORTH WIND STILL BLOWS: Veteran Boreas showed his class to win the Doncaster Cup on Thursday
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Luca Kumani's Boreas finished ninth of the 11 starters in the one and a half mile Group Two race.
I can't resist listing some here: Boreas, Zephyr, Xlokk, Argestes, names drawn from classical mythology lending these natural forces the guise of subjectivity and agency in much the same way hurricanes today are dubbed Agnes or Camille.
In 1925 came his first principal role, Boreas in Leonide Massine's Zephire et Flore.
He was the son of the god Poseidon and Chione ("Snow Girl"), daughter of the north wind, Boreas; after various adventures he became king in Thrace but was killed while helping the Eleusinians in their war against Erechtheus of Athens.
Handling the materials of the '90s will be a challenge for compounding machinery suppliers, agrees Vincent Boreas, sales manager of continuous mixers for Farrel Corp., Ansonia, Conn.