Hecate


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(Greek mythology) Greek goddess of fertility who later became associated with Persephone as goddess of the underworld and protector of witches

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Results of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) tagging in the Strait of Georgia, Queen Charlotte Sound, Hecate Strait and Dixon Entrance, during 1980.
NOVA also holds a 5% royalty interest and an option to purchase a 10% working interest in a permitted 890,000-acre field underlying the Hecate Strait offshore British Columbia.
Silver Bounty was located in the Hecate Strait, 40 miles southeast of Queen Charlotte Islands - and 15 miles ahead of Radiance of the Seas.
We look forward to working with Hecate on more projects in 2014 and beyond.
Under the contract, both companies will exclusively look for the opportunities for a joint implementation of the project, which will be situated in the Hecate Strait between BC s northern coastline and Haida Gwaii archipelago.
Factors influencing the survival of the lemon sole (Parophrys vetulus) in Hecate Strait, British Columbia.
Mystics receive the Staff of Hecate, a staff with magical properties enhancing your mystical abilities.
Interaction between Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus) and herring (Clupea harengus pallasi) in the Hecate Strait, British Columbia.
The Whore in "London" in her later evolution in Blake's symbolism is equated with Hecate, a threefold goddess who in Classical fable presided over the major events of the Life of Man: Birth, Marriage, and Death--from weeping infant in Cradle to corpse in Grave.
1986 `In the Name of All My Coloured Brethren and Sisters': A Biography of Bessy Cameron, Hecate XII(1-2), 9-53.
OIn November 2013, ReneSola announced it delivered 1MW of its 305W Virtus II PV modules to Hecate Energy, a leading U.
1994) "Feminism and Unionism in New Zealand" Hecate (NZ special issue), 20(1):124-139.