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Numerology information Skylo:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Definition funny of Skylo:
The greek term for the word dog that like most greek words sounds great to use in English.
George: "Mate are you still going out with that skylos?"
Songs about Skylo:
I Agapi Einai Enas Skylos Ap' Tin Kolasi by Diafana Krina from the Album Evodiazoun Agriokerasa Oi Siopes
O peteinos - O skylos - To koynelaki - O lagos (? ???????? - ? ?????? - ?? ????????? - ? ?????) by Antigoni Metaxa from the Album Greek Children's Songs - Ta tragoudakia tis Thias Lenas (?? ??????????? ??? ????? ?????)
O prosopikos sas skylos by Zak Stefanou kai mPanda-Koala from the Album Koalaboration
O skylos by Giorgos Vitoros from the Album Giorgos Vitoros Kritika sordina 1955-1995
Skylo by Tulamben from the Album Lost in Time
Skylo (Loquace & Sickinho's Come Back Remix) [Explicit] by Dubfound from the Album Skylo EP [Explicit]
Skylo (Original Mix) [Explicit] by Dubfound from the Album The Best of Tobus [Explicit]
Books about Skylo:
skylos apo terakota / σκύλος από τερακότα by camilleri andrea (2000)
skylos me spiti / σκύλος με σπίτι by grigoriadou - soureli galateia (1998)
skylos / σκύλος by brunner david (2009)
exomologisi s' enan kolomviano skylo by gkimosoulis kostis / γκιμοσούλης κωστής (2006)
i lina kai o adespotos skylos by boie kirsten (2006)
o skylos tou theou / ο σκύλος του θεού by valaoritis nanos / βαλαωρίτης νάνος (2006)
o skylos pou echase tin oura tou. to fteroto alogaki by pyliotou maria / πυλιώτου μαρία (2001)
Wiki information Skylo:
Skylon is a design for a single-stage-to-orbit spaceplane by the British company Reaction Engines Limited, using SABRE, a combined-cycle, air-breathing rocket propulsion system, potentially reusable for 200 flights. In paper studies, the cost per...
The Skylon was a futuristic-looking, slender, vertical, cigar-shaped steel tensegrity structure located by the Thames in London, that apparently floated above the ground, built in 1951 for the Festival of Britain. A popular joke of the period was...