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Noun1.Demetrius - son of Antigonus Cyclops and king of MacedoniaDemetrius - son of Antigonus Cyclops and king of Macedonia; he and his father were defeated at the battle of Ipsus (337-283 BC)
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The destruction of Demetrius, son to Philip the Second of Macedon, turned upon the father, who died of repentance.
Demetrius Chalcondyles, Florence, 1488 (with the "Epigrams" and the "Battle of the Frogs and Mice" in the "ed.
Demetrius Phalereus, a philosopher at Athens about 300 B.
The cover photo shoot also features Sinfonia's founder and maestro, Demetrius Fuller, alongside a cast of Sinfonia special guest performers from seasons past and present.
James Ireland, 23, and his work colleague Karl Demetrius, 30, helped Matthews moved the suitcases and box into Demetrius's shed in the early hours of February 24.
Yesterday the court was also told how Karl Demetrius, 29, and Jamie Ireland, 23, used a work van to collect the body parts.
Karl Demetrius, 29, and Jaydene Parsons, 23, of Barton Court, Bristol, appeared at Bristol Magistrates' Court with Donovan Demetrius, 29, of Marsh Lane, Bristol, and James Ireland, 23, of Richmond Villas, Avonmouth.
Twins Donovan and Karl Demetrius, 29, were in the dock with Karl's partner Jaydene Parsons, 23, and James Ireland, 23, flanked by relatives in the public gallery.
Joining Mr Mohan are Harjit Samra, Andy Watts, Dave Quinney, Mike Murphy, Demetrius Demetriou and Dave Marlow They will provide guidance and support for businesses with turnover of up to PS25 million.
WBO light-middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade defended his title with a seventh-round stoppage of Britain's Brian Rose at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Saturday night.
com)-- Brownstone Poets presents Demetrius Daniel and Bill Pyles, Saturday, June 7 at Park Plaza Restaurant in historic Brooklyn Heights.
Demetrius as an example of civic identity, an intellectual biography of an emegre from Thessalonica, and an Akathistos hymn to St.