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Synonyms for Hesperus

a planet (usually Venus) seen at sunset in the western sky

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Phosphoros was also used as an epithet for Apollo as the sun god, and Apollo was identified either with the sun or, during the Hellenistic period, with Mercury, Pseudo-Aristotle.
FLOURIDE is a mineral which combines with the calcium and phosphoros in tooth enamel to make teeth more resistant to decay.
There was also a morning star, a bright planet that appeared in the eastern sky before sunrise, and they called it Phosphoros (the Greek word for "light-bringer," because once it appeared, the Sun was not far behind).
Phosphoros was a monthly literary journal published in Uppsala.
Tenders are invited for Invitation Of Sealed Tender (Two Bid) For Supply Of Phosphoros And Nitrogen Analyser Based On Discrete Analysis As Per Details And Specifications Shown In The Annexure-I