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Greek deities
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Primordial deities
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In Greek and Roman mythology, the Oceanids were the three thousand children of Oceanus and Tethys. Each of the nymphs was the patron of a particular spring, river, lake or pond.


Oceanids:

  1. Achelous
  2. Acheron
  3. Alpheus
  4. Amaltheia
  5. Amphitrite
  6. Asia
  7. Asopus
  8. Callirhoe
  9. Catillus
  10. Cebren
  11. Cephissus
  12. Circe
  13. Clitunno (Roman mythology)
  14. Clymene
  15. Crinisus
  16. Dione
  17. Doris
  18. Electra
  19. Enipeus
  20. Eurynome
  21. Inachus
  22. Lysithea
  23. Melia
  24. Meliboea
  25. Merope
  26. Nilus
  27. Peneus
  28. Perse
  29. Philyra
  30. Pleione
  31. Rhode
  32. Scamander
  33. Telesto
  34. Tiberinus (Roman mythology)
  35. Tibertus (Roman mythology)
  36. Tyche
  37. Volturnus (Roman mythology)

See also: Mermaid, Siren


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Oceanid (40 words)
The Oceanids in Greek and Roman mythology were the three-thousand sons and daughter of Oceanus and Tethys.
Each one was the patron of a particular spring, river, lake or pond.
Each body of water had an Oceanid assigned to it.
CITT - Procurement - Orders and Reasons - Claims for Costs/Compensation - NOËL IMPORT/EXPORT (1060 words)
Although Oceanid's representative was instrumental in working with the fire departments and obtaining a grant, the shipping and financial arrangements were directly between Oceanid and the grant committee (sponsored by the Parks Canada Agency).
Oceanid's representative received the commission after the RDC were shipped and the financial matters completed.
With respect to the claim for lost profit, the Tribunal agrees with PWGSC that, although Oceanid represented Noël throughout the process, it was Noël that was the complainant and for which the Tribunal recommended compensation for lost profit.
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