DEMETER


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DEMETERDetection of Electro-Magnetic Emissions Transmitted from Earthquake Regions (French space agency)
DEMETERDigital Electronic Mapping of European Territory
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Few are inspired now by the statue's grace, and Demeter's role has become simply "to be eternal witness to the world without the power to hide or look away."
Backstrom "has an element of the madly prophetic and obsessive about him." Demeter in Studhorse and narrator-professor R Mark Madharn--mentor for ABD, Jeremy Sadness in Indian--are "genuinely mad narrators" (Neuman L V 172).
Zeus consolidates his supreme rule and establishes his Olympian patriarchy by mating with female deities: Metis, Themis, Eurynome, Demeter, Mnemosyne, Leto, and Hera (1983a, 886-921).
Demeter Felderzeugnisse products are marketed under three product lines: Natural Cool for vegetables; Gildo Rachelli for ice cream, fruit and ready-made meals; Hansel and Gretel for regional specialties.
Away from where the body/of my mother is everywhere." While Demeter is commonly known as the benevolent goddess of the natural world, Zucker characterizes her as a manipulative and controlling mother, refusing her daughter individual identity.
"Demeter was looking to expand, but its resources were limited," explained Debra Janke, president, Freedom Marketing Group.
Demeter, PhD, lectures on eighteenth century Hungarian theatre and literature.
With it, they honored Demeter, who was the founder of agriculture and the goddess of harvest.
Fed-up with Eddie taking advantage of her land with his animals and digger, and now her favourite goat, Demeter, disappearing has been too much for Lynda, who called in the police.
Operating at the intersection of literary criticism, psychology, and theology, Laurie Brands Gagne analyzes three ancient tales as "women's stories of the underworld" (5): "The Descent of Inanna," the myth of Demeter and Persephone, and the legend of Eros and Psyche.
The missions for 2002 and 2004, respectively, will be named "Demeter," "Parasol," "Microscope" and "Essaim."