Pierides


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Pierides

(paɪˈɪərɪˌdiːz)
pl n
1. (Classical Myth & Legend) the Muses. See Muse
2. (Classical Myth & Legend) nine maidens of Thessaly, who were defeated in a singing contest by the Muses and turned into magpies for their effrontery
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While the kids enjoy dressing up and singing along to well-known songs, grown-ups can celebrate love and the way it is expressed with a poetry night at the Pierides Museum in Larnaca.
Andreas Pierides is charged under the 2000 Terrorism Act with possessing an electronic version of the Anarchists Cookbook Handbook on or around May 15 this year.
Troubled Margaret Pierides knifed her father Costas, 48, in the chest during a row at their pounds 600,000 home, then stabbed herself in the stomach last month.
Police are not looking for anyone in connection with the deaths of Margaret Pierides, 16, and dad Costas, 48, but refused last night to say which of the pair is under suspicion.
Margaret Pierides, 16, was airlifted to hospital from the family's pounds 750,000 home in the picturesque village of Sible Hedingham, Essex, on Saturday.
Margaret Pierides, 16, was airlifted to hospital from the Au750,000 detached house in the picturesque village of Sible Hedingham, Essex, on Saturday.
Margaret Pierides, 16, was airlifted to hospital from the pounds 750,000 detached house in the picturesque village of Sible Hedingham, Essex, on Saturday.
Her father, 48-year-old businessman Costas Pierides, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The pair, named locally as Costas and Margaret Pierides, were both seriously injured when police found them in their detached house.
TEENAGER Margaret Pierides was found dying and her wealthy father Costas dead beside her yesterday after a family argument exploded into horror.
The pair - named locally as Costas Pierides and Margaret Pierides - were discovered at the property in Sible Hedingham, Essex, at about 10am.
Antoniadou (curator, Pierides Foundation, Athens, Greece) and Pace (Superintendent of Cultural Heritage, Malta) edit essays culled from a 2005 conference on the prehistory, history, and heritage management of the Mediterranean.