Graeae

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Graeae

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Graiae

(both: grē`ī), in Greek mythology, daughters of Ceto and Phorcus, called Deino, Enyo, and Pemphredo. The personifications of old age, they were born with gray hair and only one eye and one tooth among them. They were the protectors of their sisters, the Gorgons.
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Lindenbaum and Deino have been working together in close partnership at Invesco since 2006 and have strong complementary skills sets, specializing in sovereign debt and corporate debt, respectively.
(12.) Chesner CA, Rose WI, Deino A, Drake R, Westgate JA.
Demoralised Distillery were then tortured by tearaway Tunisian Deino Maamria, who came off the bench.
Terrestrial mammals and to a lesser degree herpetofaunas exhibit similar patterns (e.g., Graham 1986, Holman 1993, Potts and Deino 1995).
Along with Potts, the lead authors of these papers are Alan Deino, a geochronologist at the University of California at Berkeley, and paleoanthropologist Alison Brooks of George Washington University.
1) that were stacked onto each other by about 20 Ma (Deino et al.