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the driver of a chariot

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a conspicuous constellation in the northern hemisphere

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Main features: this consultation concerns the replacement of the wash tunnel located on the Buss deposit located charioteers ZI des Saintes) (17,100.
Roman charioteers doctored the feed of their horses and gladiators took stimulants such as strychnine.
They spoke of being swept along by an 'Olympic effect'; of how 80,000 Sweet Charioteers could carry them home to the Webb Ellis Cup at their Twickenham 'fortress', of how impeccably they have prepared for this home World Cup.
Opened in 1927, its sidewalls were decorated with spears and shields, with torches on poles and murals of Roman charioteers.
DISC 2 - CD 1 Main Title: Dixie, Mammy, Tara, Rhett (from "Gone With The Wind") 2 Prelude & "Lara's Theme" (from "Doctor Zhivago") 3 The Murder (from "Psycho") 4 Lawrence of Arabia 5 Main Titles and Calvera's Visit (from "The Magnificent Seven") 6 Vertigo: Scene D'Amour 7 Casablanca 8 Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo (Titles) (from "The Good, The Bad And The Ugly") 9 The Dialogue (from "Close Encounters Of The Third Kind") 10 King Kong 11 Parade of the Charioteers (From "Ben-Hur") 12 Moon River (from "Breakfast at Tiffany's")
In Socrates' second speech on Eros he likens the human soul to a chariot drawn by two horses--a "good" white horse, and a "bad" black horse which are at cross purposes (unlike the horses and charioteers of the gods).
These included a 3,300-year-old gold ring, a bronze statuette of a victorious athlete, a 2,400-year-old oil jar, clay lamps, bronze tripods and miniature chariot wheels, as well as dozens of idols of charioteers, horses and bulls.
In addition, the Hebrews broke into song when they escaped the Pharaoh's charioteers, were taught a song of repentance in the desert, and brought the house down in Jericho with their songs.
At the top of this fearsome street on a clear Saturday morning, the modern charioteers met.
One or all of these terms constitute appropriate translations of the biblical word ramah which was the image chosen for describing the fate of the pharaoh's troops at the Sea of Reeds passage point Pi-Hahirot/Pi-Hiroti, moments before his drowning along with his charioteers while in pursuit of the fugitive Exodus community.
Mountains of previously jumbled clothes had been tamed into perfectly co-ordinated piles on the bed, at the end of which stood three suitcases, each fitted with those mini wheels that have freed women - turning them into suburban charioteers, able to carry entire wardrobes on weekends to Skegness.
London, Sep 2 (ANI): Ancient Roman charioteers used to earn far more than even the best-paid footballers and international sports stars of today, according to academic research.
Businessmen wearing latefor-an-important-date faces bustle along dusty pavements; billboards advertise iPhones and cosmetic dentistry; and donkey carts and taxis battle for supremacy like Roman charioteers.
For when in Rome, one must do as the Romans do, especially the charioteers with whirling blades on their wheels and reckless death in their eyes.