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In Egyptian mythology, Juesaes was a goddess also called Iusas and Jusas.


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Iusas (70 words)
Iusas is one of the divine wives of Tem, the other being Nebhet Hotep.
Iusas and Nebhet Hotep are sometimes the female aspects of Tem when the god is portrayed as being bisexual.
In art, Iusas appears as a woman wearing the horned vulture crown with the uraeus, and carrying an ankh and a scepter in her hands.
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IUSA Vice President for Administration Jeff Wuslich said he was optimistic that an agreement to bring back ATMs would be reached and said it would bring advantages to students.
During IUSA elections in January, one of the questions raised by the victorious Supernova ticket was why Bank One ATMs were removed from campus.
Jolene Carper, a co-director of services for IUSA, was put in charge of answering the question and researching the possibility of bringing back the ATMs.
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