11) The proper names mentioned in the poem also seem to evoke Classical mythology: Silena
might be aurally reminiscent of Cyllene, the birthplace of Mercury (who is a key character in the myth of Aglauros); Lausus was the young warrior for whom Aeneas felt great pity after killing, in Virgil's epic (10.
11] PEREZ, Mario; SMITS, Stef; BENAVIDES, Alberto y VARGAS, Silena
Deputy Finance Minister Silena
Alvarado said customs revenues grew 33.
Ullah capped a player-of-the-match performance with a goal in each half and was unlucky not to register a hat-trick when what looked like a good goal was disallowed.
International had a number of security and screening products on show, including the new radiation detectors--see page 20 of this issue.
The dragon had apparently been annoying the locals near Silena
in Libya by eating two sheep a day when mutton was scarce.
The highlight for Shields was the performance of skipper Silena
Ullah in goal.
One entity dedicated to solving this problem is the safeguards and security division of Silena
International SpA, Italy.
Scorers for Shields' were Stephanie Chater (3) and Silena
The Shields' youngsters twice led with goals from Silena
Ullah and Stephen Chater, only to be pegged back, following a corner, by Tynedale's second equaliser five minutes from time.
Also in Division Five, Shields' third team went down 3-2 away to Gateshead Fourths, Steve Williams and Silena
Ullah on target.
Subs (not used): Zubas, Freidgeimas, Kijanskas, Mikuckis Silenas
, Vaitkunas, Papsys, Spalvis Valskis, Cerniauskas.