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Estudio sobre las especies Colombianas de Anteros Hubner [1819] (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae).
Beltran, GIRL POWER Anteros with singer Laura Hayden
HOW: Anteros was the god of requited love and the avenger of the unrequited, and if you wanted to know what he looked like, there's a statue of him by Piccadilly Circus in London (often mistaken for his similarly winged brother, Eros).
Anteros will be popular on a placed effort at Cheltenham that reads well, but he's best going left-handed.
ANTEROS can supply Gloucestershire trainer Sophie Leech with a nice winner at Sandown.
Anteros can supply Gloucestershire trainer Sophie Leech with a nice winner in the Betfred Mobile Heroes Handicap Hurdle.
Miernowski explores this hypothesis most notably in the period's love poetry (Eros, Anteros, Anti-Eros, etc.) and in the Wars of Religion.
Esos hombres extraordinarios han conversado y conversan con los seres misteriosos que son directores de las fuerzas incognitas de la naturaleza; lo mismo Jamblico, que evoca en una fuente a los daimones Eros y Anteros, que Francisco de Asis, asistido por los espiritus de Dios.
Bates, 1866 206 Symmachia tricolor Hewitson, 1867 207 Pirascca tyriotes (Godman & Salvin, 1878) 208 Panaropsis thyatira (Hewitson, [1853]) Tribe Helicopini Reuter 1897 209 Helicopis cupido (Linnaeus, 1758) * 210 Sarota chrysus (Stoll, 1781) 211 Sarota lasciva (Stichel, 1911) 212 Sarota gyas (Cramer, 1775) 213 Sarota miranda Brevignon, 1998 214 Anteros acheus (Stoll, 1781) 215 Anteros bracteata Hewitson, 1867 216 Anteros formosus (Cramer, 1777) 217 Calydna caieta Hewitson, 1854 * 218 Calydna candace Hewitson, 1859 * 219 Calydna catana Hewitson, 1859 * Tribe Incertae sedis 220 Emesis adelpha Le Cerf, 1958 221 Emesis aurimna (Boisduval, 1870) 222 Emesis castigata Stichel, 1910 223 Emesis cerea (Linnaeus, 1767) 224 Emesis condigna Stichel, 1925 225 Emesis cypria C.
Plato calls it anteros (255C-E), and its source lies in the eromenos himself: the stream of beauty that emanates from the beloved's body and so inflames the lover can be so abundant that it flows back into the beloved's eyes and infects him, just as one is infected with ophthalmia, with a form of eros that is a reflection ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 255D) or "image" (eidolon) of the desire that the lover experiences in a stronger and more regular form.
Anteros, died a few months later -- either from a beating or ill-treatment, the historical is unclear on the matter.
Expanding upon Masato Pearls' extensive line of solely pearl jewelry, the Anteros Collection features precious gems such as diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds, and pearls.
Ante los fuertes estragos que Eros causaba, Afrodita decidio tener con Ares otro hijo, al que llamaron Anteros -el amor correspondido-, quien le enseno a su hermano a disparar sus flechas con sabiduria.
De un ingenio de esta Corte [Madrid, 1735]) y otras dos con el seudonimo de Joaquin de Anaya y Aragones (Vencery ser vencidos: Anteros y Cupido, zarzuela en dos jornadas [Madrid, 1735] y Rasgo metrico con que se delinean las fiestas que la M.
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