- The·se·us (th s - s, -sy s ). n. Greek Mythology.
- 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.
- On a change of Flowers to Tubers in Nym- phaea Lotus, var
- phaea Lotus, var. monstrosa. BY.
- TERRESTRIAL MAMMAL SPECIES OF SPECIAL CONCERN
- 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.
- 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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- 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.
- The Blog of Phaea Crede
- 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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