ceres ceres  /ˈsɪ riz/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) (Roman mythology) goddess of agriculture; counterpart of Greek Demeter
  2. (n) the largest asteroid and the first discovered

News

  1. Ceres police look to ID woman in ID theft case

    CERES - The Ceres Police Department is looking for help to identify a woman wanted for questioning in a case involving identity theft and fraudulent prescriptions.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: News10 Sacramento

  2. Ceres rises as analyst looks to sweet sorghum crop

    Shares of Ceres Inc. rose Thursday after a Raymond James analyst said he expects the stock to trade higher after the agricultural biotechnology company reports important crop data in the next few weeks. ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News

  3. Ceres Inc. (CERE) Has Re-Crossed Its 200-Day Moving Average

    Ceres Inc. (CERE) moved in a narrow range in early trade Thursday, but has climbed higher in the last 10 minutes. The stock is now up 0.60 at $4.50 on above average volume.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: RTT News

Quotes

  1. "Banks are about managing risks and financing opportunities. It's very good to see that this crucial response from the banks is beginning. It will be a key dimension performance and competition for banks, and that's why the Ceres report is so...
    on Jan 11, 2008 By: Nicholas Stern Source: Environment News Service

  2. The British composer Mark-Anthony Turnage wrote "Ceres: Asteroid for Orchestra" as part of a set of companion works that Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic commissioned in part to fill out its recent recording of "The Planets" for EMI...
    on Jan 5, 2007 By: Mark-Anthony Turnage Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  3. "Pluto is smaller than our moon, not of planetary size," astronomer Sir Patrick Moore told CBS Evening News interim anchor Bob Schieffer. "If we call Pluto a planet, there are others: Xena, Verona, Terran, Ceres - the list is endless. In...
    on Aug 24, 2006 By: Patrick Moore Source: CBS News

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cynic cynic
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