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Castalia

(kæˈsteɪlɪə)
n
(Placename) a spring on Mount Parnassus: in ancient Greece sacred to Apollo and the Muses and believed to be a source of inspiration
Casˈtalian adj
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Indeed, a report prepared by Castalia Strategic Advisors for the Philippines-Australia Partnership for Economic Reform and the National Economic and Development Authority is revealing.
The Panel consists of 22 firms, which include Jones Day (USA), Castalia Ltd of New Zealand, KPMG Service Pte.
Cuckservative: How "Conservatives" Betrayed America, by John Red Eagle and Vox Day, Kouvola, Finland: Castalia House, 2015, 190 pages, eBook.
In order to evaluate the performance of our experiments, we ran several simulations in Castalia [23], a discrete-event simulator developed in C++ based on the Omnet Framework [24] and used in similar studies [25].
After having defected from Castalia in order to tutor Tito, the son of his friend Plinio Designori, Knecht drowns in a cold mountain lake while attempting to follow Tito in a youthful swim.
The five-man Commission has vowed that the backlog of cases will certainly be cleared up in time - with the help also of their Australian consulting firm Castalia.
Craig Michael, 35, originally from north London, was married to a Polish woman with whom he had two daughters but his wife fled to Poland with the younger daughter Crystal when she was a baby in 2011, leaving the older girl Castalia, then 4, behind with her father and grandfather.
lt;<Algunos datos sobre la composicion y dispersion de la biblioteca de Quevedo>>, en Homenaje a la memoria de don Antonio Rodriguez-Monino, 1910-1970, Madrid, Castalia, 1975, pp.
En 1984, en conversaciones con Osvaldo Ferrari transmitidas por LSi Radio Municipal de Buenos Aires, y publicadas al ano siguiente con el titulo de Borges en dialogo, recuerda a Jaimes Freyre como uno de los mas importantes poetas modernistas y repite otra vez la misma estrofa que es la primera del soneto "Siempre" del poemario Castalia barbara.
Sin embargo, tan solo la edicion de O'Gorman de 1975 para Porrua y la realizada por Georges Baudot para Castalia en 1985 intentaron poner orden en el universo textual de Motolinia, mereciendo ser destacadas de manera significativa.
HUNTER: David McMahan, Franklin, TN BAND #: 1917-46300 SPECIES: Mallard (H) BANDED: 08/15/2013 LOCATION: 5 m NW of Castalia, OH recovered: 12/24/2013 LOCATION: 12 m N Lebanon, TN