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A·the·na

 (ə-thē′nə) also A·the·ne (-nē)
n. Greek Mythology
The goddess of wisdom, the practical arts, and warfare, and the protector of cities, especially Athens.

Athena

(əˈθiːnə) or

Athene

n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a virgin goddess of wisdom, practical skills, and prudent warfare. She was born, fully armed, from the head of Zeus. Also called: Pallas Athena or Pallas Roman counterpart: Minerva

A•the•na

(əˈθi nə)

n.
a virgin deity of the ancient Greeks, worshiped as the goddess of wisdom, fertility, the useful arts, and prudent warfare; identified by the Romans with Minerva.
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[əˈθiːnə] Athene [əˈθiːnɪ‘] nAtena
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Due to such an advantage, scaffolding instruction has been widely used in English learning (Dare & Polias, 2001).
47) Thus for example T Flavius Pantaenus, 'priest of the philosophical Muses' could dedicate a library and its collection of books to Athena Polias and the Emperor Caesar Augustus Nerva Traianus Germanicus.
Axford, Harders & Wise, 2009; Polias, 2010) is a noteworthy strand of Nea Stewart-Dore's enduring legacy.
Vale ressaltar que o resultado predominou mais em maquinas articuladas com polias, que nao mantem o peso real.
Conceitos Avancados: --Simulacao grafica que represente o lancamento de um missil a um determinado alvo; --Animacao grafica que represente a translacao de uma circunferencia paralelamente ao eixo das abscissas, simulando uma bicicleta andando em um plano; --Simulacao de engrenagens; --Simulacao de um sistema articulado de polias circulares de diferentes tamanhos cujos pontos animados sempre se encontram.
Na parte superior do descarocador foi instalado o alimentador manual construido em chapa de aco, composto de tres cilindros envolvidos com pinos; tres grelhas para a retirada das impurezas que acompanham o algodao em caroco; polias de acionamento e correias (Figura 1).
Polias, 2005; Christie & Dreyfus, 2007; Macken Horarick & Morgan, 2011), the research has much to contribute to teacher educators whose fields straddle the above disciplines, such as educational psychologists, philosophers, curriculum specialists and comparative educators.
460 rpm (1), acoplado a um conjunto de polias, com relacao de transmissao de 0,467 e uma caixa de reducao de 6:1 (2), obtendo-se na roda com os pinos preensores (3) aproximadamente 113 rpm.
We begin by introducing the idea of a functional approach to grammar, based on the work of linguists such as Beverley Derewianka, John Polias and Brian Dare who were all influenced by Professor Michael Halliday.
The famous citadel, which Strabo described as 'the sacred precinct of Athena, comprising both the old temple of Athena Polias, in which is the lamp that is never quenched, and the Parthenon built by Ictinus, in which is the work in ivory by Pheidias, the Athena; stood imprisoned by medieval crenellated walls and guarded by belligerent rectangular towers.
En el caso de las fuentes visuales se ha postulado que el friso del Partenon se refiere a la rememoracion anual del acto ritual original de la instalacion de la estatua de Atenea Polias, que comprendia la entrega de ofrendas, el adorno, la coronacion y el vestido: la procesion de las panateneas tenia como fin ultimo la purificacion ritual del peplos de la estatua de culto de la Acropolis, la citada Atenea Polias (26).