Oread


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(Greek mythology) one of the mountain nymphs

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19th - Robert Minor: Adding Religion into the Mix, 12-1pm, SMRC Classroom, 1299 Oread Ave.
OREAD Whirl up, sea-- Whirl your pointed pines, Splash your great pines On our rocks, Hurl your green over us, Cover us with your pools of fir.
Marcano sees this as an opportunity to extend EMA to a new group of potential customers, including IS and manufacturing personnel, which he believes will complement the company's main customer base--some 6,000 users of Oread.
Cambridge Major Laboratories has announced the acquisition of the pilot plant assets of the former Oread facility in Lawrence, Kansas.
Oread, where the school is located, would ease his asthma.
Echo In Greek mythology, a mountain nymph, or oread. Ovid relates in his Metamorphoses that Echo offended the goddess Hera by keeping her in conversation, thus distracting her from spying on one of Zeus's many extramarital amours; to punish Echo for this act, Hera deprived her of speech, except for the power to repeat the last words of another.
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WHAT in Roman and Greek mythology was an oread? WHERE in Brazil is the district of Ipanema?
Meanwhile, the Environment Agency -- Abu Dhabi, orEAD, has made it clear that it would accord high priority is to ensure the safety of the environment while giving permission to set up the nuclear plant in the country.
Castro, 29, of 56 Oread St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license and having no inspection sticker on a vehicle, continued to March 16.
Brown Bag Drag Friday, April 9 12-1pm Outside, Kansas Union Inclement weather location: Ecumenical Christian Ministries, 12th and Oread Ave.
Rodriguez, formerly of 16 Oread Place, appeared before the state parole board in May after 15 years of incarceration.
Smith, 45, of 21 Oread St., Worcester, charged with shoplifting (third offense), continued to Feb.
Encarnacion, 18, of 16 Oread Place, Worcester, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (bat) and threatening to commit a crime (to murder), continued to March 10.