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A volunteer or employee of a non-profit organization who works primarily from home. The term is primarily used in the context of small Christian churches or ministries. See also: Telecommuting.
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While rehearsing Coriolan/us, Mike Pearson talked about how we could follow The Persians and Coriolan/us and he said then that he wanted to do the biggest epic of all - Iliad.
The Grenville site currently splits the road, but it will be linked with the help of Section 106 money LivEcho paid by Iliad, creating a route from the waterfront to Duke Street.
Iliad said it had intended to accelerate growth and transform T-Mobile US by saving more than USD2bn in costs per year.
Iliad said in a statement on Thursday that there can be no certainty that its offer would be accepted.
From an examination of the very first passage that Smith translates, Iliad 14.
Although this disaster is not mentioned in Iliad but we can find it in Greek epic.
The Iliad repeatedly emphasizes this theme of the magnitude of suffering, connecting it explicitly with Helen by contrasting the many lives lost with the one woman in the eye of the storm.
The result is a book that has the head of a young adult novel, the body of the Iliad and the hindquarters of Barbara Cartland.
512-16 rather than Machacek's proposed source, Iliad 2.
Iliad founder Xavier Niel now owns France's 12th biggest fortune, just behind tycoon Vincent Bollore on whose yacht Sarkozy famously vacationed after his election in 2007.
The aegis of the Iliad is apparently metallic, handcrafted, and the gift of Hephaistos.
As Stephen Mitchell speculates in the also invaluable introduction to his new translation of the Iliad,