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Caius Marcius (2.40) can make the trek down from Nicky Richards' Greystoke stronghold worthwhile at Newton Abbot.
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Laksuma with, from left, Kyan, seven, Sammy, five, and Caius, nine
In May, Caius asked the European Banking Authority (EBA) to investigate the EUR2.98bn euro convertible and subordinated hybrid equity-linked securities, known as CASHES, which UniCredit issued in 2008.
The church where Saturday's private funeral service was held is near to Gonville and Caius College.
Ahead of the funeral, Gonville and Caius College released new black and white photographs of Hawking taken in 1961 at a summer school for young astrophysicists at a castle in Sussex, southern England, when he was 19.
Hawking, author of bestselling book A Brief History of Time, was a fellow at Gonville and Caius for more than 50 years.
A noticeboard at the college read: "Gonville and Caius College mourns the passing of Professor Stephen Hawking, theoretical physicist and Fellow of the College for over 50 years.
While handsome Caius Aquilla is a singularly brave Roman legionnaire, his brother-soldiers keep on having mishaps (fatal, no less) whenever he's around.
The beginning features a conversation between Laelia and Caius. In the midst of discussing Caius's insecurities about his fitness for emperor, the two compare each other's reactions to the gladiatorial games.
When Caius is usurped by his sister Tanith he realises that he must locate the Firebird before she does, and supported by his loyal guard Dorian he joins Echo's quest.
Here at home, we have the case of another hardware fan, Caius Veiovis.