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Horae

(hō`rē), 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. According to Hesiod, there were three Horae—Eirene or Irene (peace), Dice or Dike (justice), and Eunomia (order).
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The Thallo, named after a Greek goddess of nature, will be a mid-web press in widths from 215 to 440 inches, and according to Kloppers, will be capable of printing at 1200 feet per minute on substrates from 12 to 200-microns, and will of course have the step-less repeat which made the reputation of the original Drent-Goebel presses.
DG Services will start beta testing the Thallo at two Benelux locations, but anyone wanting to buy one, says Kloppers, will probably have to wait until after Drupa 2016.
You should first disclose names of killers of Benazir Bhutto then come to beg votes from people,' said Mr Qureshi at a gathering of party workers and disciples at Pir Jo Thallo near here on Wednesday.
The protest was led by Dr Nisar Ali Shah, President of Pakistan Medical Association Karachi, Dr Muhammad Ali Thallo and Dr Rasheed Lakho.
Our drupa 2016 successes include significant product orders, signed for live on the stand; the sale of the first Goss Thallo system since acquiring of this product line from DG press Services; and the launch of another Goss industry-first, the embedded color bar for web offset packaging production.
Thallo saxicolo, erecto, caespitoso vel subpendulo, rigido, usque ad 6 cm longo, cinereoflavescente.
Derived from the Greek words sphen, meaning "wedge-shaped," and thallos, "young shoot," the name reflects Hall's belief that the fossils represented land plants.