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Secret Of The Sirens - Characters
... Lionheart- 11 year old girl, recently moved to Hescombe, Society member, Universal Companion ... of Hescombe, Society member, member of the Two-Fours, Companion to the Pegasus species, specifically Skylark ... Companion to Col ...
Secret Of The Sirens - Society Trustees
... Kinga Potowska- Companion to the Dragon species ... Companion of Morjik ... Morjik- Companion of Kinga Potowska ...
Companion - Music
... Companion (Patricia Barber album), a (1999) album by Patricia Barber. ...
The Chimera's Curse - Characters
... Connie Lionheart- about 14 years old, main character, Society member, Universal companion, close to Argand, Kullervo, Gard, Sentinel, and many other creatures ... A shy girl that faces her fears to become the strongest Universal companion there ever was ... Simon Lionheart- 12 years old, Connie's brother, Society member, Companion to the Nemean Lions, Amalthean Goats, and the great snakes, all of which, when combined, create the Chimera, a monster with ...
SWIFT J1756.9-2508
... It was discovered in 2007 by the Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Explorer and found to have a companion with a mass between 0.0067 and 0.030 solar masses ... It is thought that the companion is the remnant of a former companion star, now stripped down to a planetary-mass core ... The pulsar is accreting mass from this companion, resulting in occasional violent outbursts from the accumulated material on the neutron star ...

More definitions of "companion":

  • (noun): One paid to accompany or assist or live with another.

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