Eunomia


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Eunomia

(yo͞onō`mēə): see HoraeHorae
, in Greek religion and mythology, goddesses of the seasons; daughters of Zeus and Themis. Although they controlled the recurrence of the seasons, they also attended other gods and had no cults of their own. The number and names of the Horae differed from region to region.
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Eunomia

[yü′nō·mē·ə]
(astronomy)
An asteroid with a diameter of about 161 miles (259 kilometers), mean distance from the sun of 2.64 astronomical units, and S-type surface composition.

Eunomia

one of Horae; goddess of order and harmony. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 95]
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Hours), and Eunomia (Order), Dike (Justice), and blooming Eirene
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The nation saved 84kg of emissions per person through recycling in 2013/14, the Eunomia Research & Consulting's Local Authority Recycling Carbon Index says, way ahead of England's 67kg and Northern Ireland's 65kg.
A report written by waste consultancy Eunomia has found that the recycling service provided by Bridgend County Borough Council and its waste partner Kier Services led to a saving of 95 kilograms of carbon per person in 2011-12.
The type species of Pezaptera Butler, 1876a and Telioneura, Eunomia sordida Walker, 1856 and T.
8) Dike (order', 'right', 'justice') is the daughter of the Titaness Themis and Zeus, and the sister of Eunomia ('good order') and Eirene ('peace') in Hes.
Members of what has been termed the 'Visionary Panel' included representatives from CIWM, Eunomia, Institute of Hospitality, LARAC, Unilever, and WRAP.
His publications showed that he observed an eclipse of the moon, (107) Jupiter, (108) sunspots (108) and the asteroid Eunomia (although he apparently only observed this because it was moving through the field of R Peg in 1916 August).
CPRE used data from consultancy Eunomia that suggested a deposit-refund system, called for by author Bill Bryson last week, would cost [pounds sterling]84m to set up and [pounds sterling]700m a year to run.
Daniel Larison's blog, Eunomia, can be read on The American Conservative's website, www.
The Tories highlighted the findings by consultancy Eunomia as they called for a rethink of "half-baked" proposals which would allow councils to bring in schemes.