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archon

(in ancient Athens) one of the nine chief magistrates.
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47km | Calories burnt: 805 We also gave a fitness tracker to a street cleansing operative, who asked to remain anonymous, and they were surprised by the stats that were racked up, burning more than 800 calories on the day they wore the Archon device.
The Archon Reconstruction system incorporates technology developed by Gary K.
Uno de los temas tratados en la introduccion, y resaltados por el mismo Simonetti, hace referencia precisamente a la curiosa estructura del Peri archon y a los titulos y divisiones de cada libro (pp.
Archon says the Rave Element process of metal veneering is similar to a paint finish, and is applied most commonly by sprayer, but can be brushed on or poured for cold metal casting.
archon sobre palmeras implantadas en la ciudad de Cordoba.
Para profundizar en el contenido de su doctrina de los principios, sin embargo, no puedo basarme principalmente en Peri archon, que conservamos en la no siempre confiable traduccion latina de Rufino--salvo algunos fragmentos griegos en Philokalia y en la tradicion indirecta--y cuya transmision textual ha sido tan accidentada.
When the old Archon dies, his spirit migrates into a child, and there are several candidates for succession.
Dubai Archon Engineering Consultants Group yesterday said it has signed a partnership agreement with the British firm Bond Bryan Architects.
Kevin Keefer, the company managing partner, said 'We have a longstanding relationship with Archon, and they are pleased with our performance.
Base4 innovation and Harvard Medical School's George Church have joined VisiGen Biotechnologies, 454 Life Sciences, the Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution and Reveo in competing for the Archon X PRIZE for Genomics, which will award $10 million to the group that develops a system to sequence 100 human genomes in 10 days or less with an accuracy of no more than one error in every 100,000 bases sequenced at a recurring cost of no more than $10,000 per genome.
But Stockton-based Archon 2000 was named among the worst.
is turning the wheels of innovation again with the recent announcement of the $10 million Archon X PRIZE for Genomics.