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  SourceForge.net: SATIS
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Satis is a Web application who provide most of service for school to administrate their computers and equipements.
It provide a news sytem to inform users of the network state.
sourceforge.net /projects/satis   (155 words)

  
  Satis
Satis was also associated with the annual inundation of the Nile.
With the god Chnum and the goddess Anuket she forms, what is occasinally referred to as, the 'Elephantine triad'.
Article "Satis" created on 21 May 1997; last modified on 16 January 2004 (Revision 2).
www.pantheon.org /articles/s/satis.html   (108 words)

  
 The Temple of Satis (Satet) on Elephantne Island at Aswan
The Temple of Satis (Satet) on Elephantne Island at Aswan
The ancient island of Elephantine, opposite modern Aswan in southern Egypt, was served by several temples dating back from the Ptolemaic Period to the Early Dynasty Period.
Rock inscriptions of the kings Merenre and Pepi II were found on the walls of the niche in which the temple sat.
www.touregypt.net /featurestories/satistemple.htm   (772 words)

  
  Satis - Egyptian Mythology - Fertility Goddess - Wife of Khnum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
In Egyptian mythology, Satis (also spelt Satjit, Sates, and Sati) was the deification of the floods of the Nile River, and originated in the region around Aswan, the southern edge of Egypt.
Satis was pictured as a woman wearing the conical crown of Upper Egypt with antelope horns, or as an antelope, a fast moving creature living near the southern end of Egypt.
She became regarded as the consort of Khnum, the deification of the source of the Nile, with whom she was worshipped at Elephantine (the 1st nome of Egypt), indeed the centre of her cult was nearby, at Sahal, another island of the Nile.
www.egyptiandreams.co.uk /satis.php   (493 words)

  
 Satis Shroff's KATHMANDU BLUES
Satis Shroff is a writer & poet based in Freiburg and has been writing, editing and teaching professionally for more than twenty years.
A regular contributor to the American Chronicle and its syndicate of 21 affiliated US newspapers, he is also the author of a travelogue Through Nepalese Eyes, and his anthology of poems 'Under the Shadow of the Himalayas: A Gurkha Mother, A Broken Poet and Mental Molotovs'.
Satis Shroff was awarded the German Academic Exchange Prize., and is a lecturer in Basle (Switzerland).
www.webspawner.com /users/satisshroff/index.html   (660 words)

  
 Renault.com - Vel Satis
With its five-star Euro NCAP rating, Vel Satis is recognized as one of the safest vehicles in its segment.
Vel Satis has eight airbags, seatbelts with load limiters, height-adjustable close-contact head restraints (adjustable for rake at the front) and Isofix anchorage points in the rear side seats to attach child seats.
All the components of Vel Satis – engine, suspension, exhaust system, chassis and interior fittings – were designed to limit noise emissions.
www.renault.com /renault_com/en/main/40_VEHICULES_ET_SERVICES/10_Vehicules/Catalogue/Vel_Satis/index.aspx   (626 words)

  
 Ist der Renault Vel Satis das richtige Auto für Sie?
Renault Vel Satis - neue Dimension der automobilen Oberklasse
Der Renault Vel Satis ist ein sehr durchdachtes Automobil.
Fazit: Der Renault Vel Satis ist eine Luxuslimousine mit bestechender Optik und einem enorm vielseitigen Komfortangebot.
www.auto-neuheiten.ch /renault/renault_vel_satis.htm   (142 words)

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