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The first is the tale of Prome'theus, which is continued in the
Mosaics of Grecian History Marcius Willson
Asked about theus tin of the elections, he voiced what a number of his colleagues and voters had already told Sapa: "I think it would be fair to the people."
Esteemed by Condorcet as “the modern Prome - theus,” Benjamin Franklin witnessed so many “ad - vances” that he felt a strong desire for greater longevity and expected science to prolong life beyond the patri - archal 969 years.
LONGEVITY GERALD J. GRUMAN 1968
TheDiamond Trade better in die bands of the Com - pany's Sei vaiits than in theus*
I used to have no respect for the RHA (regioal health autority) and thought that they were an overpaid bunch of pencil pushers but they have shown that they do have a place by trying to utilitize facilities that are available within the region for other purposes, they at times have some very difficult decisions with regards to keeping smaller hospitals operation as hostipals when there are not enough people to justify it, although they make an effort to keep emergency room service available at all hospitals even in the really small centers. so 88% of theus CITIZENS have health coverage. let's just buy health insurance policies for those citizens who CANNOT afford it (not those who can, but choose not to.) "so 88% of theus CITIZENS have health coverage."
It was not therefore for nothing, that the moft judicious of all poets made that office vacant, by the death of Pan - theus, in the fecond book of the - find her} and leaves not his purfuit till her ghoft ap - pears, to forbid his farther feareh.