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Mathematical measures of risk. See also: delta, gamma, rho, theta, and vega.
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Just how this false church had arisen between the end of Humanities I, when Christianity "won" over the Hellenes, and the beginning of Humanities II in the early Middle Ages was never explained.
Persian Kuros was shrouded in myth from the moment the distant Hellenes first heard of him, and Lord Raglan already included him among stories of miraculous salvations from infantile slaughter.
La distincion entre hellenes y barbaroi--los griegos de pleno derecho, quienes conocen efectivamente la diferencia entre lo justo y lo injusto, lo conveniente y lo perjudicial, y los barbaros, aquellos que por su forma de hablar y actitudes son mas parecidos a los animales irracionales--se alimento durante largo tiempo con un discurso fuertemente ligado a la retorica de la guerra.
The German branch of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad, a not-for-profit organisation which helps and represents the Greek diaspora, has been swamped.
Mind you, we Hellenes are among the oldest civilizations, having invented or perfected such bagatelles as philosophy, science, medicine, astronomy, tragedy, epic poetry, literature, the arts, classical architecture, and the greatest system of government: selective democracy based on good citizenship, knowledge, and responsibility.
As Jean-Pierre Vemant notes in relation to the ways by which the Hellenes made sense of and interacted with alterity, the Hellenes never radically rejected the latter; there has always been room for the commerce, in its encompassing sense, with difference.
She learned the terror of Aphrodite-Eros when she was a maiden and "conceived an agonizing fear of marriage" not because of any unnatural aversion; on the contrary, because the grotesque, violent metamorphoses the Hellenes understood as love came to her as a monstrously protean potential husband:
Perhaps the most touching recognition is a scroll presented by a group calling itself The Common Committee of the Non-liberated Hellenes. The scroll reads "The Common Committee ...
The genotoxicity of OFO may be related to acrylamide as it may have potential carcinogenicity and genetic and generative toxicity (FAO/WHO, 1988 and Rosen & Hellenes, 2002).
This view is not uncommon (it is found even among the ancient Hellenes), but modern Western philosophy's epistemological ranking of mind over body hinders the Olympic cause.
(4) Thus Iamblichus argues that the Hellenes' desire to translate everything into their native tongue contributed to the "decline" of ancient theurgical language and the necessity of its "restoration" by theurgists (Myst.