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Neurology Zomaril™/iloperidone Efficacy, Utility & Safety. A clinical trial assessing the safety and efficacy of three doses of Zomaril in treating schizoaffective disorder or schizophrenia
Surgery A robotic system for cardiothoracic surgery and E-CABG based on computer-controlled manoeuvring of the instruments and endoscope
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ZEUS

Neurology A clinical trial–Zomaril–iloperidone Efficacy, Utility & Safety–in treating schizophrenia. See Zomaril Surgery A robotic system for cardiothoracic surgery and E-CABG via computerized maneuvering of instruments and endoscope. See Robotic surgery.
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The poem's language creates a clear distinction between the classical and the triumphant grotesque, representing it as something largely outside of the divine Zeus. Yeats accomplishes this by ascribing the neutral article "the" to the animal form and the personal pronoun "his" to the divine form.
We Achaeans are not ignorant of battle, But rather have been overpowered by the wicked whip of Zeus. And now your heart expects to destroy [our] ships; But certainly there are also hands for us to defend [with], And your well-inhabited city may be seized and sacked by our hands beforehand.
"I don't care," said Zeus. "I'll still send you cryin' to Bo Peep."
Though there are other places in the poem where the battle is equally balanced, the balanced tension here is on a different scale; it is, significantly, a tension not generated or controlled by Zeus.
He said that Zeus customers include the British telecommunications giant Cable & Wireless and "companies of similar or greater size." The Zeus server is "far better than anything on the market," said Katherine O'Donovan of Zeus. It is faster and more scalable, she argues.
According to some versions, Castor was the son of Tyndareus and thus a mortal, while Pollux was the son of Zeus.
His only comfort in his anguish is his secret foreknowledge of the eventual downfall of Zeus. His knowledge of the future remains to him; he prophesies to Io the torments that await her; tells her that her descendant, Herakles, will finally release him, and declares that Zeus himself will one day be deposed by his own son, whose future identity only he, Prometheus, knows.
Rhea, meanwhile, gave Cronos a stone wrapped in swaddling clothes, which he swallowed in place of Zeus.
QI have two dogs, Odin and Zeus. Odin was ill recently and was given steroids, which made him incontinent, but Zeus also started urinating around the house, too.
plot of an epic poem is simply the will of Zeus. An investigation of
Louise Jones said the entire family had been traumatised by the "murder" of their beloved pet, Zeus.