Zephyrus


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Zephyrus

the west wind. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 38, 242]
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If Prosafe defer delivery until after end 2015, Prosafe s capital expenditure guiding for 2015 will be reduced by an amount equivalent to the final instalment of the Safe Zephyrus capital expenditure.
19) The version including Zephyrus was retold in the Lexikon Mythologicum published in Liepzig in 1751, making it more familiar to the educated German-speaking populace (Berke, 2004, p.
Julia had a tough first pregnancy with Zephyrus after being diagnosed with dangerous pre-eclampsia.
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The story proper begins during World War II in Guadalcanal and introduces the reader to two men, both soldiers, who become obsessed with a photo of a woman named Zephyrus.
We dare say you prefer Zephyrus to Eurus; but which is the stronger, grander wind?
Names of the horses which occupied the stalls, separated by ashlar stone partitions, are still in place: Zephyrus, Hercules, Julius, Regulus, Admiral, Peacock, Chance, Prince, Pilot, Fox, Captain and Steady.
In Botticelli's version, Zephyrus, the god of the West Wind, touches Chloris, thus recalling Sancho's eloquent comparison of the ladies' golden hair with the rays of the sun playing with the wind.
The VHF radio receiver is a Zephyrus WX-3, which was designed for EMWIN and can receive and decode both 1,200 and 9,600 baud data transmission.
The names Salamander and Zephyr also have obvious connections to nature: a salamander is a lizard-like reptile which can, according to mythology, live in fire, and a zephyr (from the Latin zephyrus, which means "the west wind") is a soft, gentle breeze.
SmokeFree Liverpool campaigners have tailored traditional carols, with the help of singing group Zephyrus, to spread the word about the forthcoming smoke-free legislation.