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, in Greek religion and mythology, goddess of dawn; daughter of the Titans Hyperion and Theia. Every morning she arose early and preceded her brother Helios into the heavens.
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Notus Sports also welcomes sponsors to fill open sponsorship opportunities.
David Pipe then kept him fresh for Cheltenham but that plan did not come off with Notus De La tour's early departure.
Notus De La Tour is respected but he should still find one or two of these a little too strong.
This run should tell us a little more about the depth of his potential and Notus De La Tour can be counted on for a favourable answer to the question.
Digital multimedia firm ConnectedMedia Technologies Inc (OTCPK: XCHC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of X-Change Corporation, said yesterday that is has acquired 52% of Notus Digital Network Corp, an Internet technology company that provides video-on-demand solutions for online and mobile devices.
A bracing afternoon in Sussex offered few signs of spring, but Pipe's other winner Notus De La Tour (7-2) could well become a lively outsider when the weather has relented at the festival meetings.
Sampling plan for Dichopelmus notus (Eriophyidae) on mate-tea orchard
By the Titan Astraeus, Eos was the mother of Zephyrus (the West Wind), Notus (the South Wind), and Boreas (the North Wind) and of Hesperus (the Evening Star) and the other stars; by Tithonus of Troy she was the mother of Memnon, king of the Ethiopians.
Charlottesville, VA, May 09, 2014 --( Notus Sports and Event Management Group will host the Second Annual James Monroe 5k at 4 PM on May 17, 2014 during Field Day at Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of President James Monroe.
We go over there occasionally and Notus De La Tour was placed in two Grade 1 novice chases at Leopardstown last winter, but there's so much racing in England and plenty to go for here.