Ares

Greek god of war, the son of Zeus and Hera. Usually depicted as Aphrodite's partner, but not one of the major gods.
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AREs

(= AU-rich elements) Cytoplasmic mRNA stability is mediated by proteins that bind to AU-rich elements (AREs) in the 3' untranslated region of transcripts. This has been shown for mRNA encoding oncoproteins, cytokines and transcription factors.
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Ares

Ares was the Greek god of war
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Ares

AresPronunciation-needed (Ἄρης árɛːs) is the Greek god of war. He is one of the Twelve Olympians, and the son of Zeus and Hera. In Greek literature, he often represents the physical or violent and untamed aspect of war, in contrast to the armored Athena, whose functions as a goddess of intelligence include military strategy and generalship...
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Ares

the god of war, the son of Zeus and Hera.
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Ares

noun (Greek mythology) Greek god of war; son of Zeus and Hera; identified with Roman Mars
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Ares

(Mars) God of war; son of Zeus and Hera.
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Ares

[magazine] Ares was a science fiction wargame magazine published by Simulations Publications, Inc. (SPI), and then TSR, Inc., between 1980 and 1984. In addition to the articles, each issue contained a wargame, complete with a foldout stiff paper map, a set of cardboard counters, and the rules. There were a total of seventeen issues printed,...
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Ares

[manhwa] Vagrant Soldier Ares (떠돌이 용병 아레스) is a Korean manhwa written and drawn by Ryu Kum-chel. The story centers on young swordsman Ares and takes place in a world similar to Ancient Rome. The manhwa is noted for fluid, dynamic action and subtle anachronism. For example, Ares wears shoes in the style of classic Adidas. The...
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Ares

[missile] The Ares was a proposed intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) derived from the Titan II missile. It was a single-stage rocket with a high-performance engine to increase the rocket`s specific impulse. Both Aerojet and Rocketdyne carried out engine design studies for the project, but Ares was ultimately cancelled in favour of so...
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Ares

[rocket] In terms of rocketry, Ares could mean: ...
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Ares

[wrestler] Tony St. Clair SigMasta Rappo They eventually toured the United States in 2003, appearing for IWA Mid-South and Chikara, and took part in the 2003 Tag World Grand Prix. After returning to Europe, Castagnoli decided to return to the United States to regularly compete for Chikara. Jaggi then brought in Marc Roudin to fill in for Ca...
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Ares

A Gallente interceptor.
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Ares

Ares (âr'ēz) , in Greek religion and mythology, Olympian god of war. He is usually said to be the son of Zeus and Hera; but in some legends he and Eris, his twin sister, were born when Hera touched a flower. A fierce warrior, he loved battle and often took part in conflicts between mo...
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Ares

Ares is a Greek name for boys and girls. The meaning is `God of war, ram` The name Ares is most commonly given to American boys. Although in most countries Ares is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 33 Ares`s are girls. What do they use in other countries? Aries The name sounds like: Arese, Aris Similar names are: Aren, Arek, Ames...
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Ares

Ares The Greek god of war, identified by the Romans with Mars; from Greek mythology. Related 'war, war-like' or 'battle' word units: belli-; -machy; milit-.
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Ares

Ares V (left) and Ares I rockets NASA's new launch vehicles that will support human space exploration beyond 2012. They will replace the Space Shuttle, ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station, return them to the Moon, and later help take them to Mars and other destinat...
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ARes

Army Reserve (Australia)
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ARes

Army Reserve (Australia)
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Ares

Grecian name of the god of war, the name of his Roman counterpart was Mars
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Ares

Greek god of war, son of Zeus and Hera; read the Homeric Hymn to Ares to learn more; identified by Romans as Mars.
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Ares

impulsive son of Zeus and Hera, lover of Aphrodite, father with her of Harmonia, and god of war and carnage. His sons were Phobos (?fear?) and Deimos (?terror?). The vulture and the dog followed him about. As Mars his appearances in Roman culture were more highly prized and differentiated. Compare him with other personifications of warrior energy a...
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Ares

In Greek mythology, the god of war, equivalent to the Roman Mars. The son of Zeus and Hera, he was worshipped chiefly in Thrace. Ares loved
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Ares

In Greek mythology, the god of war, equivalent to the Roman Mars. The son of Zeus and Hera, he was worshipped chiefly in Thrace. Ares loved Aphrodite, whose husband Hephaestus made the pair the laughing stock of the gods. According to a late tradition, Ares killed Halirrhothius for violence to his daughter Alcippe, and was acquitted at the court of...
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Ares

in Greek religion, god of war or, more properly, the spirit of battle. Unlike his Roman counterpart, Mars (q.v.), he was never very popular, and his ... [2 related articles]
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