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Moschus

(mŏs`kəs), fl. c.150 B.C., Greek bucolic poet of the school of Theocritus. He is called a Syracusan and lived in Alexandria. Among his few extant pieces is an idyl on Europa. Although Lament for Bion, a beautiful dirge has traditionally been ascribed to Moschus, it is probably of later date.
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Moschos, "Ideologische Wandlungen in der Kirche Griechenlands wahrend des Kampfes zwischen Kommunisten und Antikommunisten (1945-1974)," in Kommunismus im Ruckblick: Okumeniscbe Perspektiven aus Ost und West (1989-2009), ed.
Now Dr Moschos and his research team have developed a new point of care diagnostic platform - EbolaCheck - which can be deployed to the scene of an outbreak.
Dr Moschos said: "During the Ebola outbreak between 2013 and 2016, more than 28,500 individuals contracted the disease with a mortality rate of 39.5%.
(31.) Moschos M, Manesis EK, Panagakis E, Brouzas D, Hadziyannis S, Theodossiadis G.
We have read the article entitled "The Impact of Chronic Tobacco Smoking on Retinal and Choroidal Thickness in Greek Population" by Moschos et al.
It was through Onya that my parents became friends with Michael Fraenkel and Daphne Moschos Gillam.
Joanna James and her husband, Charles Moschos, live in Manhattan and have a 7-month-old daughter.
(9.) Tolstov YL, Pastrana DV, Feng HC, Becker JC, Jenkins FJ, Moschos S, et al.
Maximos the Confessor, cited by John Moschos, PG 87.2925.
Holy Mountain, like In Xanadu, follows the trail of a historical person--the sixth-century Byzantine monk John Moschos, who traveled to the Eastern world.