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Car·me

 (kär′mē)
n.
A satellite of Jupiter.

[Greek Karmē, mother by Zeus of Britomartis, a Cretan goddess.]
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Carme

(ˈkɑːmɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a nymph who was one of Diana's attendants and mother of Britomaris by Jupiter

Carme

(ˈkɑːmɪ)
n
(Celestial Objects) a small outer satellite of the planet Jupiter with a retrograde orbit
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Do you remember, sir, that duel with the Englishman in the inclosure des Carmes? Ah!
Also at the prison gates were a crowd of 20 or so adults and children who gather there every night to sing and play loud instruments, so that Carme Forcadell can hear their support from beyond the prison walls.
Carme Ferre, profesora de la Facultad de Ciencias de Comunicacion de la Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, edita Infoentretenimiento.
On Thursday, Defence Minister Carme Chacon said she would not seek the Socialist candidacy, clearing the way for Rubalcaba.
Summary: MADRID: Prince Khaled bin Sultan, assistant minister of defense and aviation for military affairs, held talks here Tuesday with his Spanish counterpart Carme Chacon Piqueras on prospects of expanding defense cooperation between the two countries.
Summary: Barcelona - The Spanish government stressed, through its Defense Minister, Carme Chacon, the need for cooperation among the countries of the two shores of the Mediterranean, to counter the threats of terrorism in the Sahel region, where terrorist group Al Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is active.
Spain's defence minister Carme Chacon said yesterday: "We have reached an agreement in principle between the seven countries participating in the A400M programme and the (Airbus parent group) EADS company.
Carme Riera es escritora de reconocida trayectoria en la narrativa contemporanea catalana, iniciada con el libro de cuentos Te deix, amor, la mar como penyora (1975), y consolidada con una serie de novelas entre las que no queremos dejar de destacar Dins el darrer blau (1994), Cap al cel obert (2000), y la ultima, aun no traducida al castellano como el resto de su obra, Amb ulls americans (2009).