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Horae

(ˈhɔːriː)
pl n
(Classical Myth & Legend) classical myth the goddesses of the seasons. Also called: the Hours
[Latin: hours]

Ho•rae

(ˈhɔr i, ˈhoʊr i)

n.pl.
the ancient Greek goddesses of the seasons.
[< Latin Hōrae literally, hours]
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He delved into the history of religions, most directly in the installation Fihi Ma Fih (What Is in It, in It), first exhibited during the Second Istanbul Biennial in 1989 at the Hagia Eirene Museum, a Byzantine church inside the Topkapi Palace.
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Standing for Parliament in East Flintshire in 1950, Eirene White had to explicitly tackle voters' doubts about her gender by pointing in election leaflets to her Oxford education and experience in journalism and the film industry.
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Latvian violinist and conductor Kremer received his award at a ceremony at Istanbul's Hagia Eirene Museum.
Junto con Dike y Eirene era una de las tres Horas (transliteracion latina de la voz [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], Estaciones o Periodos), las cuales (.
11) It is as if the war, which started only recently, has not yet seriously threatened the city and, therefore, peace is not treated as an urgent or even necessary matter by the Prytaneis: eirene d' hopos estai protimos' ouden ("but about peace they do not care at all"; ll.
Eirene (Peace) and Ploutos (Wealth), the two deities that are also moral concepts, are the pair that poetically and pictorially best represent such a scenario of prosperity.
Although the Spartans nearly relinquished a seven-point lead in the third, they relied on several clutch shots from McCutchan and Mary Jo Scott (10 kills) and the scrappy defense of Tara Rallis (16 digs) and Eirene Kim (12 digs) to neutralize Elsinore's attack long enough to force a fourth game.
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Many names will be familiar like Patrick White, Nicholas Chevalier, Miles Franklin, Edna Walling's aunt Barbara Barnes at Canning Downs, Hardy Wilson, Eirene Mort, the Archer family in Queensland, Henry Gullett, George Lambert, Beatrice Bligh's garden Pejar Park, Nora Heysen and her father at Hahndorf South Australia, Elyne Mitchell, Fanny Bussell at the time of founding of Western Australia and Anna Maria Bunn.
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