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.
1844) X X X Diaethria euclides arthemis Rober, 1915 X Doxocopa chlotilda (Felder, 1860) X X Doxocopa cyane (Latreille (1833)) X X X Doxocopa pavon (Latreille (1805)) X X Doxocopa felderi (Godm.
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.
vessels of war, the Cyane and the Levant, after a brave and skillful
Biratangaje kobona ururimi rw'ikinyarwanda rutagaragara cyane mu biganirompaka bikorwa ku bibazo by'indimi mu Rwanda.
The Erfullung was to be completed in Heinrich's encounter with a feminized Holy Trinity, a "Dreieiniges Madchen" (1: 342), when he is united "mit Mathilden, die zugleich die Morgenlanderin und Cyane ist" (1: 368).
Bates, 1864) 663 Doxocopa callianira 1 2 b c (Menetries, 1855) 664 Doxocopa cyane mexicana 1 2 c Bryk, 1953 665 Doxocopa laure laure 1 2 b c d (Drury, 1773) 666 Doxocopa laurentia 1 2 b cherubina (C.
Moudachirou, Quinette Cyane Adams Warning with Stipulations
The crews of the slave vessels captured by the USS Cyane off Upper Guinea in 1820 (see below) were taken back to the U.