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  • Valeria laughed at the notion of Hadria's being under the dictatorship of tradition, or of anything else, as to her emotions.

    The Daughters of Danaus

  • "Hadria," she said, "are you going to allow your petty rancour about this -- well, I will call it error of ours, if you like to be severe -- are you going to bear malice and ruin your own life and Hubert's and the children's?

    The Daughters of Danaus

  • "Hadria," said his sister, "I am going to call you by your pretty

    The Daughters of Danaus

  • A truly gorgeous photo capturing the cosmic LED hoop circle traces surrounding Hadria.

    Hooping.org | Blog | Hadria LED Hoops

  • It was great seeing Hadria at Burning Man this year.

    Hooping.org | Blog | Hardria's Improvement Part 2

  • From the Roman cognomen Hadrianus, which meant "from Hadria" in Latin.

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  • Hadria was a town in northern Italy it gave its name to the Adriatic Sea.

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  • At Hadria on the Adriatic coast the two armies met with much the same result for Clodianus as for Gellius.

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  • During his first consulship at the end of the Italian War he had handed over the rebel lands of Pompeii, Faesulae, Hadria, Telesia, Grumentum and Bovianum to his Italian War veterans, but that had been a tiny task compared to the present one.

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  • Neither at Hadria nor at Firmum Picenum did he so much as see Gellius, Clodianus or Arrius at close quarters.

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