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Synonyms for Macedon

the ancient kingdom of Philip II and Alexander the Great in the southeastern Balkans that is now divided among modern Macedonia and Greece and Bulgaria

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The Macedon Ranges boasts some of Victorias most picturesque settings, stunning wildlife and a renowned food and wine sector.
Technip (Paris:TEC) (ISIN:FR0000131708), a world leader in project management, engineering and construction for the energy industry, has been awarded a reimbursable contract for the engineering work and services related to procurement and construction management for the Macedon gas project.
The exhibition offers the most comprehensive overview of the art and archaeology of the royal capital of ancient Macedon and seat of the Temenids, who managed to conquer the nearby tribes and gradually came to control historic Macedonia, with a ring of settlements from south to north: Dion, Aegae, Beroia, Edessa and Pella.
Philip of Macedon gave a standing order to his slave to come into the King's presence every morning regardless of what the King was doing and say, "Philip, remember that you must die.
The Ava in Bangor has Curly Flat Pinot Noir 2000 from the Macedon Range in South Australia reduced from pounds 26.
Thus all Thrace, Pannonia, and the whole country as far as Macedon and Thessaly were filled with Barbarians, who pillaged all in their way.
Top Telescopes, 3332 Eagles Roost Lane, Macedon, NY 14502; 315-986-2274; www.
These penthouse lounges will offer passengers superb views of Mount Macedon, the runways and the newly-developed A380 aircraft gates
Hewitt, 68, was convicted of 53 offences against children at the former Macedon home in Newtownabbey, including indecent assaults, gross indecency and inciting gross indecency.
Macedon, NY-based ExxonMobil Chemical has expanded its Shawnee, OK, oriented propylene film manufacturing plant (OPP).
This story has a complicated plot and takes place in a fully realized place--Athens at the time of a threat from King Philip of Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great.
The company, headquartered in Macedon, NY, manufacturers a full product line of fresh, refrigerated and frozen bagels for many of the Northeast's premier supermarket chains and co-packs for some of the nation's top independent brands and distributors.
ExxonMobil Chemical, Macedon, NY, announced a major expansion of its oriented polypropylene (OPP) manufacturing plant in Shawnee, OK.
The towering trees and the wildlife of Macedon were a constant source of enjoyment and query, and bush sojourns were a treat.