Jason

[given name] Jason is a common given name for a male. It comes from Greek Ἰάσων (Iasōn), meaning `healer`, from the verb ἰάομαι, iaomai, `heal`, `cure`, cognate with Ἰασώ, Iasō, the goddess of healing and ἰατρός, iatros, `healer`, `physician`. Forms of related words have been attested in Greek from as far back as ...
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Jason

[surname] Jason is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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Jason

[multi-agent systems development platform] Jason is a platform for the development of multi-agent systems. An extension of the AgentSpeak agent-oriented programming language is used to program the behaviour of individual agents. Jason is developed in Java and allows the customisation of most aspects of an agent or a multi-agent system. It c...
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Jason

Jason is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Jason

[Power Rangers] Articles related to academic and other disciplinary fields of study with a particular focus on the region of Southeast Asia, its cultures, history, languages, and so on. ...
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Jason

The Jason was a British first class torpedo gunboat of 810 tons launched in 1892, and later employed as a training ship at Gravesend. The name Jason was introduced to ships of the British navy with the capture of the French Jason by Anson in 1747.
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JASON

acronym: Scientific panel (MITRE Corporation
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Jason

son of Aeson and Alcimede; hero who stole the Golden Fleece and husband of Medea (Medea).
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Jason

[n] - (Greek mythology) the husband of Medea and leader of the Argonauts who sailed in quest of the Golden Fleece
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Jason

In Greek mythology, the leader of the Argonauts who sailed in the Argo to Colchis in search of the
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Jason

in Greek mythology, leader of the Argonauts (see ) and son of Aeson, king of Iolcos in Thessaly. His father`s half-brother Pelias seized Iolcos, and ... [5 related articles]
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Jason

Hellenistic Jewish high priest (175–172 ) in Jerusalem under the Seleucid king Antiochus IV Epiphanes. By promising greater tribute to Antiochus, he ... [3 related articles]
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Jason

Jason is a Greek boy name. The meaning of the name is `he that will cure` Where is it used? The name Jason is mainly used In English, Greek Mythology (Latinized) and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Iason ( In Greek Mythology) Jayson ( In English (Modern) ) Jason appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 59. In the last 128 years ...
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Jason

Jason-1 Joint CNES (French space agency) and JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) missions that follow on from the highly successful TOPEX/Poseidon and form part of NASA`s EOS (Earth Observing System). The satellite series is named after Jason of Greek mythology – an adventurer fascinated by...
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Jason

Jason, in Greek mythology, son of Aeson. When Pelias usurped the throne of Iolcus and killed (or imprisoned) Aeson and most of his descendants, Jason was smuggled off to the centaur Chiron, who reared him secretly on Mt. Pelion. Later Pelias promised Jason his rightful kingdom if he would bring the ...
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Jason

Jason, in the New Testament. 1. St. Paul's host at Thessalonica. 2. Companion of Paul at Corinth, perhaps the same as (sense 1.)
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Jason

Jason was the rightful king of Iolcus in Thessaly. He was smuggled out of Iolcus by Cheiron. When Jason returned to claim his birthright, Pelias sent him to fetch the golden fleece from Colchis. On his return to Iolcos with Medea as his wife, he avenged the murder of his parents and his brother by putting Pelias to death. Unable to retain possessio...
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Jason

In Greek mythology, the leader of the Argonauts who sailed in the Argo to Colchis in search of the Golden Fleece. He eloped with Medea, daughter of the king of Colchis, who had helped him achieve his goal, but later deserted her
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Jason

[high priest] Jason (Hebrew: Yason, יאסון) of the Oniad family, brother to Onias III, was a High Priest in the Temple in Jerusalem. Josephus records that his name, before he hellenised it, was originally Jesus (Hebrew יֵשׁוּעַ Yēshua`). Jason became high priest in 175 BCE after the accession of Antiochus Epiphanes to the thron...
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Jason

[ROV] Jason is a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) designed and built by WHOI’s Deep Submergence Laboratory to allow scientists to have access to the seafloor without leaving the deck of a ship. Jason is a two-body ROV system. A 10-kilometer (6-mile) electro-optical-mechanical tether delivers electrical power and commands from the ship thro...
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Jason

[ship] Jason was a Norwegian whaling vessel laid down in 1881 in Rødsverven, Norway, the same shipyard which later built Ernest Shackleton`s ship the Endurance. The ship, financed by Christen Christensen, an entrepreneur from Sandefjord, was noted for its participation in an 1892-1893 Antarctic expedition led by Carl Anton Larsen. Addition...
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JASON

[advisory group] JASON is an independent group of scientists which advises the United States government on matters of science and technology. The group was first created as a way to get a younger generation of scientists—that is, not the older Los Alamos and MIT Radiation Laboratory alumni—involved in advising the government. It was est...
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Jason

[rocket] Jason was an American sounding rocket with 5 stages. The Jason was launched 22 times in 1958. The Jason could carry a payload of 125 pounds (57 kg) to an altitude of 500 mi (800 km). The launch thrust was 82,100 pounds-force (365 kN), the launch mass 7,340 lb (3330 kg), the diameter 58 centimeters (23 in) and the length 17.5 meters...
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Jason

[disambiguation] Jason is a hero of Greek mythology who led the Argonauts and married Medea. Jason or JASON may also refer to: == See also == ...
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