Zoë

(c. 978-1050) Byzantine empress who ruled from 1028 until 1050. She gained the title by marriage to the heir apparent Romanus III Argyrus, but was reputed to have poisoned him (1034) in order to marry her lover...
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ZOE

(from the article `Joliot-Curie, Frédéric and Irène`) ...the construction of detection installations. In 1946 she was also appointed director of the Institut du Radium. Frédéric`s efforts culminated in ...
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Zoe

Byzantine empress, by marriage from 1028 and in her own right from 1042.[3 related articles]
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Zoe

in Eastern Orthodoxy, a semimonastic Greek association patterned on Western religious orders. Founded in 1907 by Eusebius Matthopoulos, Zoe (Greek: ... [1 related articles]
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zoe

Zoe, zoe A female given name, ζωή Zoe, 'life' in Greek. Also translated as the name Eve and the Hebrew name Hava. Related 'animal' units: anima-; faun-; therio-.
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Zoé

[given name] Zoé is a French feminine given name. It my refer to : ...
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Zoé

[reactor] The Zoé reactor, or EL-1, was the first French atomic reactor. It was built in 1947 at the Fort de Châtillon in Fontenay-aux-Roses, a suburb of Paris. Design work for the heavy water reactor was started in 1947 by Frédéric Joliot-Curie, who was at the time director of the French atomic energy agency Commissariat à l`énergie ...
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Zoe

ZOE is an abbreviation for Zone Of Exclusion
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Zoe

[name] Zoe (and variants) is a female first name. ==People== ==Fictional characters== ...
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Zoe

[Firefly character] Category:Minor league baseball team navigational boxes ...
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Zoë

Zoë (zō'ē) , c.978–1050, Byzantine empress (1028–50), daughter and successor of Constantine VIII. Zoë was first married when she was 50 years old at the request of her father to insure stability in the empire. Her husband, Romanus III, soon neglected her and in ...
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Zoë

Byzantine empress who ruled from 1028 until 1050. She gained the title by marriage to the heir apparent Romanus III Argyrus, but was reputed to have poisoned him (1034) in order to marry her lover Michael. He died in 1041 and Zoë and her sister Theodora were proclaimed joint empresses. Rivalry led to Zoë marrying Constantine IX Monomachus...
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Zoe

[All My Children] ==Character history== Zoe is introduced in August 2006 as a male international rock star, who is known as Zarf at the time. A strained relationship with his father results in `Freddie` leaving home at age sixteen and establishing a successful music career. At age nineteen, `Zarf` is a famous rock star and has become a mill...
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Zoë

[robot] Zoë is a solar-powered autonomous robot with sensors able to detect microorganisms and map the distribution of life in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile, duplicating tasks that could be used in future exploration of Mars. Zoe is equipped with tools and sensors to search for direct evidence of life beneath the surface of the grou...
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Zoe

[Sesame Street] Zoe is a 3-year-old, orange female monster on Sesame Street, performed by Fran Brill. She was designed in her color to complement her best friend Elmo, who was gaining popularity at her introduction in 1993. Zoe was naked from 1993 to 2001 and wears jewelry. She is now permanently dressed in a tutu since 2001, as like many g...
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Zoe

Zoe is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `life` The name Zoe is most commonly given to French girls. Zoe is at number 14 in the top 50 of French girls (average of 10 years data) What do they use in other countries? Zoey (English ) The name sounds like: Cee, Sue, Zea, Zia, Zoia
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