Hesper


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Hes´per


n.1.The evening; Hesperus.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Willowbrook senior Holly Hesper is DuPage County's top returning state bowler, 11th last year with a 207.2 average.
In 1970, Paulien Hogeweg and Ben Hesper coined the term "bioinformatics" for the study of information processes in biological systems as technique.
HARRIS Norman Peacefully on Dec 29 in hospital, Norman, of Coedyr-Esgob, Llantrisant; beloved husband of Val, loving father of Emma, Amy and Chris, dear father-in-law of Ed and John and a much loved Pappa of Flora, Hesper and Nettie.
Ver: Hesper Eduardo Perez Rivera, "Acerca del Nacionalismo Catolico de Laureano Gomez.
The work has been funded by project POSDRU/159/1.5/S/138963, Sectoral Operational Programme Human Resources Development 2007-2013 of the Ministry of European Funds and project 11DPST/2013, Double pumps with PHD Gr1 gears with innovative design, Contractor HESPER SA, the Executive Agency for Financing Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation, PN II Program INNOVATION.
'Twas there, when silence hushed the craik, And reigned recumbent o'er the lake, (44) When daisies drank the twilight dew, And Hesper's gem was brightly blue, That sparkled o'er the tinkling rill, And glimmered on the misty hill, Then Dubh ni Valone, weird-like Nun, Of ringlets dark, and visage dun, Mysterious tiding often gleaned.
$235,000, 4 Kenneth Ave, Duval, Hesper A, and Duval, Timothy E, to Pires, Jose, and Griffiths, Kimberly M.
"Far other vows must I prefer...." With these words, and still paying formal tribute to Hesper, Akenside deviates from Bion.
Los aspectos clave son: acceso a TIC, habilidades y actitudes frente al uso de TIC, y el acceso que las personas tienen a las tecnologias (Hesper 2008).
I met, too, another generation, Hesper. Richard's daughter by his first wife, the tragically soon lost Mildred Lee; Eva, the child of his second marriage to the Danish journalist, Julie Norregard, who was to achieve independent celebrity as an actress and founder of the Civic Repertory Theatre of New York; and his adopted daughter, the artist Gwen, the child of his third wife, Irma Hinton Perry.
Daguerreotypes that she brought with her of her marble bust of Hesper impressed the prominent British sculptor John Gibson.