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The·se·us (th s - s, -sy s ). n. Greek Mythology.

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A rare and potentially economic fruit of Brazil, <Emphasis Type
Brazil: cambuci, Campomanesia phaea (Myr- taceae). (O. Berg) Landrum (= Abbevillea phaea Berg, 1, 2) of Campomanesia phaea are provided be- low.
A new name and new combinations in Campomanesia and Pimenta
On a change of Flowers to Tubers in Nym- phaea Lotus, var
phaea Lotus, var. monstrosa. BY.
Point Reyes mountain beaver, Aplodontia rufa phaea. Paul W. A.
Identification of the Volatile Compounds of Leaves and Flowers in
studies on C. xanthocarpa (9) and C. phaea (10) also showed that the oils were rich in sesquiterpenes.

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Another northern paradise
Later during 927-1017 Queen Jammathevi of Hariphunchai (Lamphun) ascended the throne of the Lanna Kingdom and renamed Muang Phae as Kosai Nakhon, or Wiang Kosai, which means silk fabric.

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Theseus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In another deed north of the Isthmus, at a place called Crommyon, he killed an enormous pig, the Crommyonian Sow, bred by an old crone named Phaea.
Phaea definition of Phaea in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
Theseus in Greek mythology, hero of Athens; son of either King Aegeus or Poseidon.
CROMMYON SOW : Giant boar of Crommyon, labor Theseus
PHAEA (Phaia), the name of the sow of Crommyon, which ravaged the neighbourhood, and was slain by Theseus. (Plut. Thes.
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Aug 15, 2011 2) Phaea goes to Utah. Justin gets so drunk in the apartment that he passes out at 12am holding a container of his own vomit, which spills.
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