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Plato,

Greek philosopher, 427-347 B.C.
platonic love - a love in which there is no sexual desire.
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Si la enfermedad represento para Maillard un enfrentamiento desolado y desesperante que culminaria en Matar a Platon, el suicidio de su hijo (de lo que sabemos muy poco) marco un punto irreversible que daria forma a un proyecto inclasificable.
So successful has the formula been that Platon has spun off a complementary show this summer at Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire of contemporary design for the landscape.
Interroger les Grecs: Etudes sur les Presocratiques, Platon et Aristote.
Russian news agencies said Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev, his former business associate, were being charged with embezzling nearly $27.
Khodorkovsky also faces new charges of embezzlement and money laundering, brought in June against both the former billionaire and his business associate Platon Lebedev.
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The outcome from Russia's pliant legal system is all but inevitable: convictions and more jail time for ex-billionaire Kremlin critic Mikhail Khodorkovsky and his former business partner, Platon Lebedev.
Like other operators, we cut June capacity for the World Cup", says Platon Loizou, boss of Jewel In The Crown Holidays.
He also staged a hunger strike over the decision to move Platon Lebedev, his former business partner also sentenced to nine years, to an isolation cell.
Khodorkovsky, former head of the Yukos oil company and once estimated as Russia's richest man, was charged along with business partner Platon Lebedev with tax evasion, fraud and embezzlement, among other crimes.
Designed specifically for electro-chemical metalization, new Platon TPOs include in their composition unsaturated olefins that can be oxidized by acid etching--the most crucial step for preparing a molded part for metalization.