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Plural of ilium.
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(Anatomy) the plural of ilium


(Classical Myth & Legend) (in Roman legend) the daughter of Aeneas and Lavinia, who, according to some traditions, was the mother of Romulus and Remus. See also Rhea Silvia


(Placename) a transliteration of the Modern Greek name for Elia1
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Ilia is determined to give visitors, local and international alike, something else to see besides the reservoir.
Excavations at Shuruppak, ancient Fara, conducted in 1902-1903 as a side-operation by the Babylon expedition of the German Oriental Society, recovered some hundreds of tablets dated, mostly on paleo-graphical considerations, to a century before those of the Girsu archives, and, following chronological designations applied by those early archaeologists, were assigned to the ED Ilia period, preceding the ED 111b texts of Girsu.
Idomeneo, who was sure that Neptune would want even more revenge now, was about to kill his own son, but Ilia stepped forward and offered her own life instead.
'In the end [the protected witness] said that he does not to want be summoned [to testify] anymore,' IliA read from the police report.
Glycogen storage disease type Ilia is an inherited metabolic disorder that interferes with the body's ability to release sugar from glycogen for energy, reads a press statement from the University of Manitoba.
However, NHMUK R3788 does not bear the diagnostic rim of the sacrodorsal rib facet visible, in lateral view, in the preacetabular notch, a character present in the ilia of the holotypes of both Barilium dawsoni (Norman, 2011a) and Delapparentia turolensis (this paper).
Eisenstaedt's Leica Ilia, which he used for 50 years, sold at a Vienna auction house in 2013 for $147,117.
I would like to recall the words of John Paul II that our churches are the brothers founded by Peter and Andrew," Ilia II said.
According to David Bagrationi, after Ilia II baptized his son and called him the Prince, there have been statements and calls for
Between 1917 and 1920, some two hundred lectures were given in Tbilisi by Ilia Zdanevich, Kruchenykh, Igor Terentyev, David Kakabadze, and other local artists.
Outre Serguei Oudaltsov, leader du Front de gauche, et Ilia Iachine, dirigeant du mouvement d'opposition liberale Solidarnost, Ksenia Sobtchak, presentatrice vedette a la television russe a egalement ete interpellee, a-t-elle indique sur son compte twitter.