Bellatrix


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Bellatrix

(ˈbɛlətrɪks)
n
(Celestial Objects) the third brightest star in the constellation Orion
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com)-- Bellatrix, today released it first historical novel, by acclaimed writer Lawrence Winkler.
The locations of the Betelgeuse and Bellatrix stars on the constellation seems to depict Orion's shoulders.
Microwave Thruster produces more thrust per kilowatt of power consumed, compared to most other type of electric propulsion," claimed Yashas Karanam, Director and Chief Operating Officer of Bellatrix Aerospace.
Oil and gas company Bellatrix Exploration (TSX:BXE) (NYSE:BXE) said on Monday that it has entered into an agreement with a TSX-listed issuer to sell certain non-core assets in the greater Harmattan area of Alberta for CAD80m, before customary closing adjustments.
The line-up for Saturday's Gorjys Secrets, which kicks of at 9am, includes Mercury Prize nominated Seth Lakeman, world beat-box champion Bellatrix and BBC Radio One DJ Dave Pearce.
The Olympic champ, 39 - competing in the America's Cup World Series in Portsmouth this weekend - said: "She is called Bellatrix, which is something to do with being the Goddess of War, so hopefully she will be behind the team.
The birth was announced on Twitter by the 39-year-old's sailing team, Land Rover BAR, with a black and white photo of the Olympian with sports presenter wife Georgie Thompson, 38, and their daughter Bellatrix.
Operation Bellatrix involves the police, Natural Resource Wales, Rhondda Cynon Taf council and the wider Community Safety Partnership who hope to stop the bikers in their tracks.
Our adventure runs parallel to the iconic scene from the final Potter book, the Deathly Hallows, when Harry, Ron and Hermione race down in a mine cart underneath Gringotts in order to break into the vault of the psychotic Bellatrix Lestrange and destroy a Horcrux, containing part of the soul of evil Lord Voldemort.
I am among the first to go on it and a few feet in front of me are Helena Bonham Carter (who plays evil Bellatrix Lestrange), her husband Tim Burton and their children Billy and Nell.
But I did see the hugely impressive marble hall queue entrance, where lifelike animatronic goblins count the cash before riders in twin 12-seat cars disappear deep into the vaults of the bank to come face-to-face with villains including Death Eater Bellatrix LeStrange (hurling bolts of lightning, no less) and evil Lord Voldemort himself.