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Lutetia

(luːˈtiːʃə pəˌrɪzɪˈɔːrəm) or

Lutetia Parisiorum

n
(Placename) an ancient name for Paris21

Par•is1

(ˈpær ɪs; Fr. paˈri)

n.
the capital of France, in the N part, on the Seine. 2,188,918.

Par•is2

(ˈpær ɪs)

n.
a Trojan prince, son of Priam and Hecuba, whose abduction of Helen led to the Trojan War.
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a global leader in innovative food processing technologies and systems, announces the acquisition of Lutetia.
has acquired France-based equipment manufacturer Lutetia, which services the food industry, the company said.
These include not only two narrators who are uncannily intertwined, but also the pairing of the city of Paris with a woman called Lutetia (that is, the real city and a personification of the metropolis), two Russian restaurants called "Tari-Bari" (one in Paris and one in Odessa), and the intermittent switching of narrative perspective in the storytelling sections between the storyteller and a Russian prince, who is actually the storyteller's half-brother.
This complex trajectory has seen Rosetta pass by the asteroids Steins and Lutetia, obtaining unprecedented views and scientific data on both.
Since its launch in 2004, Rosetta had to make three gravity-assist flybys of Earth and one of Mars to help it on course to its rendezvous with the comet, which allowed it to pass by asteroids teins and Lutetia, obtaining unprecedented views and scientific data on these two objects.
Bernard and Georgette Cazes, both 86, were found hand in hand on their bed with plastic bags over their faces by a member of staff at the Hotel Lutetia.
The Set is currently comprised of Conservatorium Hotel, Amsterdam (opened December 2011), Cafe Royal hotel, London (opened December 2012) and Hotel Lutetia, Paris (coming soon) From April, room rates at the Cafe Royal hotel will be Au400 ($613), including taxes but excluding breakfast.
El Lutetia, en cuyo bar Semprun entra para evocar comodamente algunos fantasmas del pasado--en especial, el suyo propio, el joven fantasma disponible del anciano escritor en el que se habia convertido--, constituye el punto de arranque de la narracion.
The first winner of the race was Lutetia, in 1899 2.
It will be part of The Set group of upmarket properties, which also includes the Conservatorium in Amsterdam, which opened in December 2011, and the forthcoming Hotel Lutetia in Paris.
Asteroid 21 Lutetia isn't just another pebble in a big pile of space rocks.
A hassle-free ride brought us to the heart of the French capital, a short taxi trip from the Parisian institution that is the four-star Hotel Lutetia.