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that Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene participated in the triumph, but does not mention Ptolemy Philadelphus). The three siblings were taken by Octavian and given to Octavia Minor, Octavian’s second elder sister and their father’s former wife. Plutarch, Antony 87.1; Cassius Dio, ''Roman History'' 51.15.6; Suetonius, ''Augustus'' 17.5


Canada

syndicated (Print syndication) comic strip written by Canadian (Canada) Sandra Bell-Lundy. The comic strips appear in more than 175 newspapers in ten countries around the world. Three middle-aged (Middle age) professional women and the problems that they face in their lives are the main focus throughout the comic strip series. Initially, Maeve, Susan, and Kimberly were all childless, but Susan and Kimberly are now mothers. '''CIBH-FM''' (known on-air as '''"The Beach"


United States

for ''Dungeons & Dragons'', Dragonlance, and the comic strip series ''SnarfQuest''. He is author of the book ''Reflections of Myth''. The United States and Canada formed a competing organization, the International Skating Union of America (ISUA), in 1907.

Yaroslav Horak's rendition of James Bond. In 1966 Yaroslav Horak replaced John McLusky as the artist for the ''Daily Express'' comic strip series and adapted six more Ian Fleming James Bond novels and short stories as well as Kingsley Amis' ''Colonel Sun'' with partner Jim Lawrence (Jim Lawrence (cartoonist)). ''The Living Daylights (Octopussy and The Living Daylights#Comic strip adaptations)'' was also republished in the ''Daily Express'' after first appearing in the first


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