She cheated on her husband Hephaestus with Ares, Hermes, and Dionysus.
David Kaplan, a senior partner at Ares, told WWD he sees international potential in the luxury brand.
Ares said there are instances where savvy gankers manage to exploit loopholes.
The clever crooks managed to rack up $2 million in profits over a year, Ares said.
And Ares shouted with the pain, loud as a host96 of men, thousands nine or ten, shouts when it joins in battle.
And the man also is terrible as his shield, and seemeth to be inspired of Ares.
His beautifully polished mail sat on him with perfect grace; he was a model for an artist's Ares, the beautiful genius of battle.
Then Diomede thrust at Ares with his spear, Athene aiding him, and wounded him in the side.
For Ares shall not deliver you from the end of death, if we two meet together in battle.
And when he had bathed, Ares sat down, hale and whole, by his father's side.
present plural indicative of be (q.v.), from Old English earun (Mercian), aron (Northumbrian). Also from Old Norse cognates. In 17c., began to replace be, ben as first person plural present indicative in standard English. The only non-dialectal survival of be in this sense is the powers that be. But in southwest England, we be (in Devonshire us be) remains non-standard idiom as a contradictory positive ("You people aren't speaking correct English." "Oh, yes we be!").
square unit of 10 meters on each side, 1819, from French, formed 1795 by decree of the French National Convention, from Latin area "vacant piece of ground" (see area).
A pictorial query language.
["A Query Manipulation System for Image Data Retrieval", T. Ichikawa et al, Proc IEEE Workshop Picture Data Description and Management, Aug 1980, pp. 61-67].