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Synonyms for Magi

(New Testament) the sages who visited Jesus and Mary and Joseph shortly after Jesus was born

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There was also a reference to a Google search for Mago's picture -- "8th Row, 2nd Picture, Visible."
Mago International ("Mago") agreed to sell food products to N.T.P.
Rynnie Mago said Joymee is currently on artificial life support at the hospital.
Mago intends to put the Nation's Capital in the rear view mirror, heading for full time residence in Fort Myers FL.
Toussaint, the "King of Seattle," is a former nanotechnician and rock star who also used to work with the MaGo robots.
Mago, a 26-year veteran of Key, succeeds EJ Burke who last week became community bank co-president, commercial & private banking at Key.
Prior to receiving this honor, Mago earned several awards at Mississippi State for his commitment to research, service and teaching.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.50 Daneglow, 6.20 Grande Mago, 6.50 Prestige Roses, 7.20 Mick Duggan, 7.50 Poppy Bond, 8.20 Solar Deity, 8.50 Kielty's Folly, 9.20 Red Shadow.
Manoj Mago, shared, "I have been in the retail business for several years now.
Mago: What to do when you need to end a physician/patient relationship
The topic was addressed by a panel of industry experts including Serdar Fuat Kumbaraci, Commercial Attache of Turkey; Dr Ibrahim Elbadawi, director of Economic Policy and Research Center, the Dubai Economic Council; Farooq Siddiqi, regional head of Transaction Banking for the MENA Region of Standard Chartered Bank; Samer Al Kaissi, country manager of DHL; and Mago Singh, managing partner of Baker Tilly JFC and Baker Tilly MKM.
Mago (IRMACS Centre, Simon Fraser U., Canada) and Bhatia (computer science, DAV College, India) compile 32 articles by a global group of engineering, technology, computer science, math, and other researchers working in artificial intelligence and pattern recognition who describe new ideas and techniques in medical diagnostics, image processing, biometric security systems, and other areas.