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Many of these brave fellows had been educated by Chiron, the four-footed pedagogue, and were therefore old schoolmates of Jason, and knew him to be a lad of spirit.
Great sir," replied Jason, with an obeisance--for Chiron had taught him how to behave with propriety, whether to kings or beggars--"I have come hither with a purpose which I now beg your majesty's permission to execute.
My master Chiron," replied Jason, "taught me, long ago, the story of Cadmus.
Jason, I suppose, had been taught how to draw a furrow by the good old Chiron, who, perhaps, used to allow himself to be harnessed to the plow.
Under the UK contract, Chiron has agreed to supply the British government with H5N1 avian influenza vaccine containing Chiron's MF59 adjuvant.
Meanwhile, Chiron, located in California, has built a worldwide reputation and billion-dollar business largely due to Dr.
Ten years later, when Chiron swung closer to the sun, astonished scientists observed a comet-like halo, or coma, around its head (SN: 4/21/90.
As all necessary regulatory approvals were previously received, Chiron expects the merger to close on Thursday, April 20, 2006, at 12:01 a.
Antonello Covacci, Head of the Cellular Microbiology and Bioinformatics Unit of Chiron Vaccines.
Chiron also began working on TFPI independently in the late 1980s, prior to entering into a collaborative research agreement with Searle in 1990 investigating the utility of TFPI in the inhibition of coagulation and inflammation.
Chiron is in the process of sending updated proxy materials to shareholders and plans to convene the special shareholders meeting on April 12, 2006, and to immediately adjourn the meeting and then reconvene on April 19, 2006.
But as early as November 1987, as it approaced the sun, Chiron seemed to brighten more rapidly than would be expected of a bare, rocky object.