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Synonyms for Hesperides

(Greek mythology) group of 3 to 7 nymphs who guarded the golden apples that Gaea gave as a wedding gift to Hera


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Munley said the meeting with the leadership of sisters who founded Rosemont College, Neumann University and Chestnut Hill College sparked ideas that eventually evolved into the African Sisters Education Collaborative, a nonprofit organization that is based at Marywood and runs training programs in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia.
THESE three African sisters are starving - as their president is wined and dined by Jack McConnell.
Five African sisters and their brother, all aged between 11 and 17, who live in supported accommodation in the East End of Newcastle, have not been seen since July 2.
We were joined by South African sisters, a facilitator from India and Sri Lankan women from four organisations working for peace.
I inscribe my name in the celebrated list of Neustadt laureates, surrounded by my African sisters and those of Muslim origin: they could have been here, honored in my place tonight.
PHILADELPHIA -- Training Part of African Sisters Education Collaborative United States Conference
Beyond that she is the chairperson of an organization of African sisters that spans nine nations, called the Association of Consecrated Women in Eastern and Central Africa, or ACWECA in short.
From another side of the globe, we are Canadian grandmothers, arriving at the end of our gathering enlightened, resolved, humbled and united with our African sisters.
American workers face the same problems as our African sisters and brothers -- poverty, unemployment, economic downturns, the spread of HIV/AIDS, discrimination, workers' rights violations and gender equality.
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