Myrmidon


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Myrmidon

one of the fierce Thessalonians who fought in the Trojan War under their king, Achilles. [Gk. Myth.: Iliad]
See: War
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The patent was formally submitted on June 18, 2009 making Myrmidon technology the first to market and CENTS the first commercial platform to offer this unique type of cyber-training capabilities.
Julian Shears' ship the Myrmidon was |requisitioned by the MOD in 1982 for use in the Falkland Islands conflict and, below, Julian's record of duty during his 10-year career in the catering side of the British Merchant Navy
"I think we're thrilled as much for him as anything because he really deserves it," said the former management consultant who set up Myrmidon Books in 2007.
Even Agamemnon, though, must weep, as necessity requires him to plead humiliatingly with the brooding Myrmidon, whose force he needs to win his war on Troy.
The two oldest fish were both collected from outer-shelf reefs (Myrmidon and Barnett Patches) and were both 11 years old.
Peter Giannacopoulos is president of Myrmidon Networks, Inc.
Taxonomic and bathymetric patterns of bleaching in corals, Myrmidon Reef (Queensland).
Myrmidon was then withdrawn which meant a 10p in the pounds Rule 4 deduction.
One suspects Akenson has been too close to his subject to probe critically into the course of O'Brien's political metamorphosis, from his days as a myrmidon of Sean MacBride, to his anti-I.R.A.
Although collections from individual reefs, such as Centipede, Davies, and Myrmidon reefs, exhibited some clustering, the most consistent associations were among collections from within the same reef groups.
Gergen argued for firing Wharton, and would replace him with someone like Lawrence Eagleburger, the Kissinger myrmidon who was Bush's last Secretary of State.
Brathwait moralizes his description by warning that the |unwomanly expressions of valour' of such a woman (he calls her Amazon and |feminine Myrmidon') may gain a woman notice but never esteem.