Samian


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Samian

(ˈseɪmɪən)
adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to Samos or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to Samos or its inhabitants
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Samos
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And so Callimachus writes: `I am the work of that Samian who once received divine Homer in his house.
Nor is this serviceable to tyrants only; nor is it tyrants only who do it; for the same thing is practised both in oligarchies and democracies: for the ostracism has in a manner nearly the same power, by restraining and banishing those who are too great; and what is done in one city is done also by those who have the supreme power in separate states; as the Athenians with respect to the Samians, the Chians, and the Lesbians; for when they suddenly acquired the superiority over all Greece, they brought the other states into subjection, contrary to the treaties which subsisted between them.
He said according to initial investigation that seven nurses namely Nadia Sardar, Kiran Kundan, Shafqat Tabasum, Rukhsana Kausar, Rashida Parveen, Marriam and Samian found ghost nurses, said press release issued here.
A piece of Samian ware pottery - mainly made in what is now France - features what looks like a Christmas reindeer.
Molehills there have produced a piece of Roman Samian ware pottery, a jet bead and a decorative bronze dolphin.
Other interesting finds include fragments of a Samian pot, jokingly dubbed 'our saucy bowl' by the archaeologists, because of the pornographic images depicted.
The public shows moderate knowledge and awareness of modern biotechnology when being surveyed about transgenic bananas (Amin, Azlan, Hamdan, Samian & Haron, 2011a).
Samian, "Trust-Based Routing Mechanism in MANET: Design and Implementation," Mobile Networks and Applications, vol.18, no.
A fragment of an earthenware pottery Roman Samian bowl was identified, dating back to the second century AD, and white gritty ware pottery from the 13th century was also recovered.
The historical drama is directed by FranEaA*ois Girard which stars Samian, Vincent Perez and Raoul Trujillo, which portrays Canadian history through the finds at a fictional Montreal archaeological dig, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
However, when police recovered the Christian girl Samian, it was revealed that above mentioned couple that held responsible in the case were innocent.