Aegina


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an island in the Aegean Sea in the Saronic Gulf

small medusa

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Complete mitochondrial genome and phylogenetic relationship analyses of Amphioctopus aegina (Gray, 1849) (Cephalopoda, Octopodidae).
Mysidion Hansen, 1897, Neomysidion Ohtsuka, Boxshall and Harada, 2005) Pontoeciella Giesbrecht, 1895 unknown Ratania GiesbreclU, 1893 unknown Cyclopoida (formerly Poecilostomatoida) Macrochironidae scyphomedusae, cubomedusae Humes and Boxshall, 1996 (Macrochiron Barady, 1872, Paramacrochiron Sewell, 1949, Pseudomacrochiron Reddiah, 1969) Oncaeidae Giesbrecht, 1893 appendicularians (Oncaea Philippi, 1843, (including discarded houses) Triconia Bottger-Schnack, 1999) Pseudolubbockia Aegina citrea Eschscholtz, 1829 dilatata Sars, 1909 thaliaceans Sapphirina Thompson, 1829 Taxon Reference Harpacticoida Microsetella Brady and Ohtsuka and Kubo (1991); Ohtsuka Robertson.
(54) Indeed, it is significant that here again, as in the narratives of Pelops and Aegina, Pindar has altered the received version of the story.
Greek physician Paulus Aegina described breast reduction for gynaecomastia in the seventh century AD (see Figure 1), while German Hans Schaller reported breast amputation for gigantomastia in 1561 and later on Briton William Durston reported breast reduction for breast hypertrophy in 1669.
In a separate incident four tourists - including a child - died after a crash involving a pleasure boat and a speedboat in Greece yesterday, off the island of Aegina.
A COLLISION between a speedboat and a tourist vessel off the island of Aegina near the Greek capital has killed at least three people, including a child, and injured another four, the country's coastguard said.
EDT - Images have begun to emerge from Tuesday's deadly boat crash near Aegina, Greece, that killed at least four people and injured four others.
(9) See, for instance, the famous figures at the Temple of Aphaia at Aegina. "Fallen warrior from the east pediment," photograph by Brian McMorrow, December 25,2005, PBase, http://www.phase.com/bmcmorrow/image/57985319.
-partners on the island were transferred to the center in Aegina for their full recovery.
Aegina was Crassus' power-hungy consort who was the modern-day Imelda (Tiffany Chiang-Janolo) while Spartacus' lover Phyrigia became Cory (Katherine Barkman.)
Estas ideas fueron exploradas por Paul von Aegina en el siglo VII quien ideo y realizo por primera vez una sutura nerviosa en un animal (Wall, 1986; Streppel et al., 2000), procedimiento que fue documentado por Gabrielle Ferrara (15431627) en 1608 (Streppel et al.; Evans, 2001).
INTRODUCTION: Empyema thoracis had been described since ancient time as reported by Hippocrates, Paul of aegina, fabricus and was a known complication that followed pulmonary infections and required external drainage for cure.
But I did the next best thing: took a day cruise to the islands of Hydra, Pros, and Aegina, courtesy of Olympic Cruises (olympiccruises.gr).
You can blame him as much as you want for his political plan, his statements, for his taste in shirts, for vacations in Aegina. But you cannot accuse him of stealing the money of Greek people or having a covert plan to take Greece to the precipice."