Cyane


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Cyane

turned by Hades into a fountain (or river). [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 70]

Cyane

turned into a fountain by Hades. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 70]
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In the chase that followed, Captain Stewart signaled to the Cyane to change tack toward the northwest, a maneuver that saved her from capture.
Cyane Tornatzky is working on a series of site-specific installations incorporating performance and inspired by social reformer Robert Owen's New Lanark Mill in South Lanarkshire.
See ELLICKSON & BEEN, supra note 13, at 368-78; Cyane Gresham, Note, Improving Public Trust Protections of Municipal Parkland in New York, 13 FORDHAM ENVTL.
Biratangaje kobona ururimi rw'ikinyarwanda rutagaragara cyane mu biganirompaka bikorwa ku bibazo by'indimi mu Rwanda.
He is best remembered for the brilliant victory he gained over HMS Cyane and Levant as captain of USS Constitution during the War of 1812.
Prior to disembarking the Cyane and heading for shore, LT Strain had meticulously prepared for the expedition, he read books about the region, (43) personally oversaw supplies, (44) hand-picked his men, (45) gathered information from the local Cartagena population, (46) and negotiated permission to cross Darien with the local Indian chiefs.
Three years of this service was on board the old frigate Constitution, he being in the action of February 20, 1814, in which she engaged the two British ships the Cyane and the Levant, capturing them both.
Cyane Gresham, who is in charge of composting at the Rodale Institute in Emmaus, Pa.
Other tracks Cyane and Lily's For Lulu are both about female friends.
Proserpina's fellow nymph, Cyane, helplessly tries to drag Dis's chariot back by its wheels as it plunges, pulled by four violent black horses, into a stream which is presumably a tributary of the Styx.
For more information about Swords to Plowshares or the Profiles of Courage celebration, please contact Cyane Anaya, Director of Resource Development at 415-252-4787 ext.