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troy weight

A system of weighing gold, silver, precious metals, and jewels in which 5760 gr equal 1 lb (1gr equals 0.0648 g).
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There is no viler creature come before Troy with the sons of Atreus.
They forget the promise they made you when they set out from Argos, that you should not return till you had sacked the town of Troy, and, like children or widowed women, they murmur and would set off homeward.
As the serpent ate the eight fledglings and the sparrow that hatched them, which makes nine, so shall we fight nine years at Troy, but in the tenth shall take the town.
He had left a wife behind him in Phylace to tear her cheeks in sorrow, and his house was only half finished, for he was slain by a Dardanian warrior while leaping foremost of the Achaeans upon the soil of Troy.
Troy repeated, in a tone of compassionate contempt.
The faster speed, standard network interface, and industry leading TROY security features included in the new MICR 3015 line offer our customers the best value in a secure workgroup MICR printer", states Larry Landtiser, Executive Vice President and General Manager.
And Troy has steeled himself for fatherhood, only to find the baby he allegedly fathered with a white woman is of a different race.
Troy signed a document stating she was the vice president and general manager, owned 10,000 shares of stock and was part owner in the agency.
LPPM is a very good way to produce high-quality castings with excellent yield," said Tom Hurley, Bodine executive vice president and Troy plant manager.
We are very pleased today to welcome Troy Smith into the DeBartolo Sports family.
TROY has proven competency as an independent software vendor and software solutions provider after Microsoft completed testing of TROY software and evaluation of TROY's software references.
The petulant Achilles (a rock-hard Brad Pitt, well-cast even if he sometimes feels like an anachronism in this ancient setting) has come along with Agamemnon to add a few pages to his legend, which puts him on a collision course with the noble Hector (Eric Bana), protector of the walled city of Troy.