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maximus

(ˈmæksɪməs)
n
(Music, other) bell-ringing a method rung on twelve bells
[from Latin: superlative of magnus great]
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For this he was upbraided in the Senate by Fabius Maximus, and called the corrupter of the Roman soldiery.
Mezeriac, the life of Aesop was from the pen of Maximus Planudes, a monk of Constantinople, who was sent on an embassy to Venice by the Byzantine Emperor Andronicus the elder, and who wrote in the early part of the fourteenth century.
Maximus Planudes, a learned monk of Constantinople, made a collection of about a hundred and fifty of these fables.
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Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that MAXIMUS, a government contractor that provides program management and administrative services, will invest $1.
Khimji Ramdas LLC are the latest dealers to join forces with Maximus Crushing & Screening in order to help drive the firm's expansion.
General Maximus is a battle-weary commander of one of Rome's finest legions.
The Department for Work and Pensions has announced US company Maximus will carry out the controversial Work Capability Assessments.
MAXIMUS (NYSE: MMS), a leading provider of government services worldwide, announced that it has signed a new contract with the state of Connecticut to operate the customer contact center operations for Access Health CT, the state's Health Insurance Exchange.
MAXIMUS Tax Credit and Employer Services, a division of MAXIMUS, and Global HR Research (GHRR), a leading provider of talent screening, management and assessment solutions, have entered into a strategic alliance.
Former Pinsents partner Bryn Hopkinson has instructed lawyers in a dispute over a minority shareholding at Worcestershire-based Maximus after its board voted to terminate his directorship at the company.
In speaking about the christological controversies of the third and fourth decades of the 7th century in the Roman Empire, I look to the heritage of the most important Orthodox theologian of this epoch, Maximus the Confessor.