Chimera

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Synonyms for Chimera

Synonyms for Chimera

a fantastic, impracticable plan or desire

Synonyms for Chimera

(Greek mythology) fire-breathing female monster with a lion's head and a goat's body and a serpent's tail

a grotesque product of the imagination

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Estimates of the sensitized population based on airborne pollen levels generated using the WRF/ RegCM model suite were 27-39% higher than corresponding estimates based on the CHIMERE model suite for both the baseline period and the future period.
CHIMERE is able to forecast spatiotemporal variability of the dust storms in reasonably good accuracy, he added.
The dust resuspension parametrization included in CHIMERE was used to calculate metal resuspension, taking into account the metal-content in soils (Richardson et al.
Les Iele incarnent la feminite chimere, dimension plutot destructive que fertile (elles n'ont aucun attribut qui les recommande comme des divinites de la fertilites, par contre, elles enlevent des enfants, attaquent les femmes accouchees, brulent la vegetation sur les lieux de leur danse).
Others are Rosebell Kagumire, Africans Act for Africa (Uganda); Pa Ousman Jarju (The Gambia); Chimere Mariteuw Diaw, African Model Forests Network Secretariat (Senegal, based in Cameroon); Chime P Wangdi, Tarayana Foundation (Bhutan); Saleemul Huq, IIED (Bangladesh); Essam Yassin Mohammed, IIED (Eritrea, based in London).
The event, now in its eighth year was inaugurated by Essa Al Haj Al Maidour, president of the Society of Engineers - UAE, and was graced by visiting foreign dignitaries that included Ngole Philip Ngwese, Minister of Forestry and Wildlife for Cameroon; Henry Djombo, Minister of Sustainable Development, Forest Economy and Environment for the Republic of Congo; Mariteuw Chimere Ndiaw, executive officer, African Model Forest Network and Franz-Josef Butfering, president, Eumabois.
White gave birth to a son named Chimere in 2005 and listed Ne-Yo, whose real name is Shaffer Chimere Smith, as the father on the birth certificate.
Born Shaffer Chimere Smith, Ne-Yo, 30, is the loverman with the multi-talented Midas touch, his solo success, from 2006's In My Own Words to recent No 1 Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself), has been accompanied by successful songs and productions from many more, including Michael Jackson, Leona Lewis, Cheryl Cole, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Alexandra Burke.
More recent hits One in a Million and Champagne Life joined the massive Beautiful Monster, Miss Independent and So Sick as Shaffer Chimere Smith, Jr.
Ne-Yo, born Shaffer Chimere Smith, moved to Las Vegas with his mum as a youngster after his parents separated and he explains:Ce"ICegrew up in a very musical household.
Ne-Yo, real name Shaffer Chimere Smith Jnr, said: "I never got the opportunity to go in the studio and record the songs with Mike so all the tracks still have my voice on them.
Arkansas-born Ne-Yo - Shaffer Chimere Smith to his parents - is a singer-songwriter and producer.
D'une certaine facon, la lecon de L'Education sentimentale est l'idee que la chimere est la maitresse de toutes choses.
Chapter VI evokes the Polish Chimere, four Hungarian Art Nouveau periodicals, Spanish ones published at the turn of the century, and Jugend (1896-1940), wide ranging in its interests but not at all averse to satire and humor.
Konigsburg The View from Saturday Judith Viorst Perry Nodelman Words about Pictures Carol Matas Ifeoma Okoye Chimere Ernest Emenyonu