Atargatis was a powerful moon goddess. Hers was the first recorded mermaid story in history, as far as anyone can tell right now. It took place around 1000 B.C.E. in the place we now call Syria. According to the story, Atargatis fell in love with a shepherd. There are two versions of the myth. One of them is that she and the shepherd had a child, but their little girl was a mortal. Devastated, the goddess plunged into a lake, where she hoped to be transformed into a fish. However, the universe could not hide her otherworldly beauty, and so she only became half fish, with a mermaid's tail. Source: Mermaids, the Myths, Legends, and Lore, by Skye Alexander.
Treavor Alvarado, better known as DJ Trevi is Spanish DJ. Originally from Los Angeles, California Alvarado now lives in Barcelona. Alvarado was nominated for best Electronic single of the year at the 23rd Annual L.A. Music Awards. He has also appeared on film and TV and is and also a film director.
This tutorial teaches the entire Ada 95 dialect of the Ada language. It is composed of 33 chapters which should be studied in order since topics are introduced in a logical order and build upon topics introduced in previous chapters. It is to the students benefit to download the source code for the example programs, then compile and execute each program as it is studied. The diligent student will modify the example program in some way, then recompile and execute it to see if he understands the material studied for that program. This will provide the student with valuable experience using his compiler.
The second place that the children of Israel camped on their Exodus from Egypt, located between Migdol and the Red sea, opposite Baal Zephon. It means mouth of freedom. Pi Hahiroth is where Moses obeyed God by lifting up his rod, and stretched out his hand to divide the water, and this is where the children of Israel crossed the Red sea on dry ground.
A tachanka (Russian: Тачанка) is a horse-drawn platform with a heavy machine gun in the back. It was used with great success by Russian forces in the Eastern Front in WWI and later by the various factions in the Russian Civil War.