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Hellen

(ˈhɛlɪn)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) (in Greek legend) a Thessalian king and eponymous ancestor of the Hellenes
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From Prometheus and Pronoia sprang Deucalion and Pyrrha, the only survivors of the deluge, who had a son Hellen (frag.
Justice Hellen Wasilwa lauded Onguto for fighting for their pension scheme, which he was personally overseeing.
Having fatally injured his victim, Stinci used the same hammer to batter her nephew and niece, Nicholas Hellen and Claudia Pastina, both 25.
Judge Hellen Omondi said there was insufficient evidence to nullify the election.
Duterte will bring the matter up at the leaders' level, according to Assistant Secretary for Asean Affairs Hellen Dela Vega.
Kenyan middle distance runner Hellen Obiri has been carving out her 5,000m niche by warding off all competition to win this year's World Championships in London.
AaAaAeAcAaAaAeA H Keller When she was around a year and a half, Hellen Keller suffered from scarlet fever which took away her sight and hearing yet that did not stop her from learning reading and writing, not only that, she graduated with honors from Radcliffe College in 1904 and went on to write 13 books and many articles, most prominent of her books is her autobiography The Story of My Life 1902.
Defense counsel Dorothee Le Fraper du Hellen, whose client Hassan Merhi is one of four accused of complicity in the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, had argued the previous day that the prosecution's report should not be tendered into evidence, nor should its author, John Edward Philips, be allowed to testify on its contents.
Hellen Barber De La Vega, he highlighted that the people of ASEAN have shared values as a region in their aspiration to promote and protect human rights, and that a human rights approach is key for ASEAN to achieve prosperity, progress, and peace for its people.
Head mistress Mrs Hellen Dodsworth will be giving a talk and will be available, along with a number of senior staff, to answer any questions.
They set up the cameras and caught 40-year-old Hellen Johnson going into the woman's bag and removing PS35 on film.
Muir had played down her chances in the 5000m, a relatively new event for her, as Kenya's Hellen Obiri streaked away to win - while British team-mate Eilish McColgan came 10th in 15 minutes 00.