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ze·a

(zē'ă),
The styles and stigmas of Zea mays (family Gramineae), Indian corn; formerly used as a diuretic and antispasmodic.
Synonym(s): cornsilk
[Mod. L. maize]
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zea

(zē′ă) [Gr. zeia, (coarse) wheat, spelt]
Maize or corn.
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To that end, KEO was one of the earliest consultants to adopt building information modeling (BIM) software across all our offices.
Keos I: Kephala: A Late Neolithic Settlement and Cemetery, Princeton.
Marathon soon made his class tell and pulled two and half lengths clear of Jim And Tonic, with Keos a head further away in third.
In Economy of the Unlost: Reading Simonides of Keos with Paul Celan, Anne Carson writes: "Do poets still watch the flame burn down?
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It consists of Cycladic islands--Andros (112), Tenos (113), Mykonos (115), three cities of Keos (119-122), Amorgos (124), Siphnos (126), and Sikinos (127); cities from the island of Lesbos in the eastern Aegean--Antissa (116) and Eresos (117); a city on Euboia--Hestiaia (114); cities from the Chersonese and Propontis region--Elaious (123) and Selymbria (125); cities on the Thracian coast--Dion (128-129) and Neapolis (130); and a mystery city, that of the Astraiousians (118).
One of Awaasif's distant relatives is Leo's Lucky Star, whose dam is a half-sister to high-class sprinter Keos, Korveya (dam of Bosra Sham, Hector Protector and Shanghai), and Group 2 winner Proskona, great-granddam of Act One.
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For the tradition that Hipparchos brought Anakreon of Teos and Simonides of Keos to Athens, see Slings 2000, pp.
first-crop stakes winners for the Woodman sire; King Of Kings, a hit in his new permanent home of Australasia, if not in the northern hemisphere; and lightly represented Keos, whose daughter Onda Nova won last month's Listed Prix Imprudence.
(168) Published material from the Northern Keos survey provides a selection of fifth- and sixth-century ARS roughly comparable to that recovered by PRAP, but its fourth-century assemblage is more substantial than the Messenian, and its Pontic Sigillata, Late Roman Athenian fine ware, and LR 1 indicate a more complex set of economic interactions.