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Cheiron

(ˈkaɪrɒn; -rən)
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(Classical Myth & Legend) a variant spelling of Chiron
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And she was subject to Iason, shepherd of the people, and bare a son Medeus whom Cheiron the son of Philyra brought up in the mountains.
Assess the validity of the 2015 valuation using a mathematical model of plan activity or sampling based on the same data, methods, and assumptions used by Cheiron.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), is providing a $50 million loan to Cheiron Finance Limited, a subsidiary of Egypt's PICO International Petroleum, in an effort to bolster energy supplies in the Arab World's most populous state.
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The adjustable plan for the Times, which was developed for The Guild by the financial actuary Cheiron, is still pending Internal Revenue Service approval.
Cheiron is better known as the "old man of the mountain", an ancient who opens Jason As A Young Boy with a reflection on the love of his life, one Chariklo, who was five years old when he first met and fell in love with her (much to the chagrin of his mother, who believes his infatuation is puppy love.
His plates vividly illustrate the portrayal of, among others, cripples (including Hephaestus, Cheiron and 'Aesop', plates 17-19, 21 and 26 respectively), hunchbacks and dwarfs (plates 26, 45, 46) on vases and in marble or terracotta statuettes and bronze figurines.
The strange lines, "Of the two donors, the doctor / ceded to his poisoned fetlock, forethought / donated his liver and got life--," are hyperlinked in the web version, and lead to a backstory about Hercules inventing chemical warfare by using the Hydras poisoned blood on the centaurs; Cheiron the centaur, who relinquished immortality to end the chronic pain in his wounded foot; and the fact that napalm damages the liver.
Le origini clas-siche del fasto rinascimentale italiano," Cheiron (1999): 77-78.
Mythical traditions hold that Asklepios was the son of Apollo and a mortal woman, and was trained as a doctor by the centaur Cheiron, explains Wickkiser (classics, Vanderbilt U.