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- In classical
(Ancient Gr****: Ὕλας, romanized: Hýlas
) was a youth
as Heracles's (Gr**** Hercules) companion
and servant. His...
- It was named after Hylas
in Gr**** mythology, the companion
of Hercules. The name is unusual
in that – though Laurenti
knew that Hylas
was male – the name...
and the Nymphs
in the Manchester
Art Gallery. Hylas
was the son of King Theiodamas
of the Dryopians. After Hercules killed Hylas
and ophthalmologist Hyla
Willis, American artist Adolf Hyła
(1897–1965), Polish artist Hyla
, a genus
of tree frogs Hylas
(disambiguation) This page...
- from Dialogs
, a series
of British communications satellites HYLAS
Yachts, a Taiwanese yachts
- Cephonodes hylas hylas
- (Linnaeus 1771) (Sri Lanka
and ****an) Cephonodes hylas australis
& Cadiou, 2000 (Australia) Cephonodes hylas
-1) is a British satellite
is an acronym
for Highly Adaptable
Satellite, is a communications
- mind"), while Hylas
("hyle", Gr****: "matter") embodies
thinker's opponents, in particular
John Locke. In The First
Dialogue, Hylas expresses
is a registered trademark
by the Finnish
food industry company
Valio. The name comes
from the term hydrolysoitu laktoosi
("hydrolysed lactose") and...
(GEO) High-throughput satellite
-2 and HYLAS
-4 in orbit. Its latest
in July 2019 as a payload
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