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Graeae

(ˈɡriːiː) or

Graiae

pl n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth three aged sea deities, having only one eye and one tooth among them, guardians of their sisters, the Gorgons
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In this context, our aim is to design and develop an adaptive hypermedia e-learning system, called PERSO (PERSOnalizing e-learning system), where learners with different learning goals and different learning aptitudes are treated differently, by building a model of knowledge and preferences for each of them.
In addition, Marine Wing Support Squadron 1 R5D Skymasters and R4D Skytrains carried mail, aircraft parts and perso nnel in and out of Korea, and flew occasional combat support missions.
Similarly, as Benjamin Kohl asserts, while Fina Buzzacarini's last will and testament in Padua explicitly gave her husband control over the final design and decoration of her burial place, perso nal statements in her will and an abundance of female imagery and female portraits in the chapel frescoes strongly suggest that she, not he, held the upper hand.