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Car·me

 (kär′mē)
n.
A satellite of Jupiter.

[Greek Karmē, mother by Zeus of Britomartis, a Cretan goddess.]

Carme

(ˈkɑːmɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a nymph who was one of Diana's attendants and mother of Britomaris by Jupiter

Carme

(ˈkɑːmɪ)
n
(Celestial Objects) a small outer satellite of the planet Jupiter with a retrograde orbit
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The following day, with the architects' words fresh in their minds, the jury (chaired by the director of Institut Francais d'Architecture, Francis Rambert and including Ole Bouman, Irena Fialova, Fulvio Irace, Carme Pinos, Vasa J Perovic and 2007 prize-winner Luis Mansilla) began their three-day European tour, visiting each building before announcing, a week later, that Snohetta was this year's victor.
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Interior Minister Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba and Defence Minister Carme Chacon flew to the town yesterday.
Later, Zapatero named the pregnant Carme Chacon as Spain's first female defence minister, moving her from the Housing Ministry, and he installed Miguel Sebastian, his former chief economic adviser, as industry minister.
Carme Lee Shue, president and owner of Lee Shue Realty, will be the featured speaker at the event.
The Valencia retrospective, perfectly installed in the noble spaces of IVAM's Centre del Carme, was also testimony to painting as high-class pleasure and, unexpectedly for such extremes of refinement, a politically correct tribute to multiculturalism.
Edited and introduced by Carme Arnau, a well-known Rodoreda expert who also collaborated in the production of the three volumes of her Obres completes (1976-84), the volume opens and closes with previously unpublished or hard-to-find stories: "Boira," put forward for a prize in 1938, and "L'estacio," which appeared in Cronica in 1982.
According to an ISPR press release, General Kayani visited the Spanish Joint Staff Headquarters in Madrid, where he had meetings with Spanish Defence Minister Carme Chacon and other defence and military officials.
Prince Khalid and the Spanish Defense Minister Carme Chac?
General Bennani held talks with Spanish top military officials including Defence minister Carme Chacon, Secretary of Defence Policy Luis Manuel Cuesta Civis and Chief of Defence Staff Jose Julio Rodriguez Fernandez.
During his brief stopover, Zapatero visited Spanish troops serving in the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), accompanied by Spanish Minister of Defense Carme Chacon, Foreign Affairs Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, and Lebanese Foreign Minister Fawzi Saloukh.
Bernard Carme, Severine Matheus, Gerd Donutil, Olivia Raulin, Mathieu Nacher, and Jacques Morvan