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Hellenes

 

the self-designation of the Greeks. As a term designating all Greeks, it is first encountered in the works of the poet Archilochus (seventh century B.C.).

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Rutland, Swinburne: A Nineteenth Century Hellene (Oxford: Blackwell.
There are no identifiable traces of Hellene or Christian inhabitants of the place.
Ela-Mana-Mou, the sire of Gay Hellene, was also purchased for Lord Weinstock by Wragg, who negotiated the sale when the horse was a three-year-old campaigned by Max Muinos.
When I first picked up the book and flipped through the pages to get a sense of its organization, a note referring to David DeLaura's Hebrew and Hellene in Victorian England (1969) caught my eye.
IKON Office Solutions (NYSE:IKN), the world's largest independent channel for document management systems and services, today announced the election of Hellene S.
This is a major development that will bring Providea customers unbelievable visual clarity," says Codian Marketing Director Hellene Garcia.
The filly is out of an unraced daughter of French Group 3 winner Gay Hellene, while the next dam was Dick Hern's 1974 Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Gaily.
Mulligan, Executive Vice President, Operations and Finance; Karen Randall, Senior Vice President and General Counsel; and Hellene Runtagh, Executive Vice President.
Ganek, Chairman and CEO of NeuStar; Hellene Runtagh, former CEO and President of Berwind Group; Joel Friedman, former president of Accenture's Business Process Outsourcing organization; and Michael Rowny, chairman of Rowny Capital and former president and CEO of MCI's International Ventures, Alliances, and Correspondent group.
A few years later, in his book Hebrew and Hellene in Victorian England (1969), he made extensive claims for the influence of John Henry Newman on Arnold's thought and then went on to show how some of Walter Pater's "most important statements concerning art, religion, and the problems of modern life" were derived from Arnold's work.
Last May, Hellene Runtagh, a former executive with Universal Studios and General Electric, was named CEO of Berwind.