Due to recent failures, the Opposition must retrench in order to rid the universe of the two demigods
who are threatening the freedoms of the Galaxy.
If the Poland vs Greece opening match of Euro 2012 was held a thousand years ago, Dimitris Salpingidis, Greece's substitute striker, would have entered his country's mythology, at least as a demigod
Like our forebears, we hope to attach the glory and grace of the mighty to our own lives, and these demigods
do seem to look down upon us as great sympathetic spirits.
For those not familiar with the film, Percy Jackson is the story of a group of kids born as Demigods
, or half-human and half-God.
RIORDAN, Rick (ed) Demigods
and Monsters Benbella, 2008 197pp US$14.
But, at least, New African is leading the campaign to clarify why some leaders (such as President Mugabe) are selected for censure by the West while others are treated like demigods
because they are agents of Western interest.
In single player, Demigod
provides both a skirmish mode for individual battles as well as a tournament in which players choose a Demigod
and compete against other Demigods
controlled by the computer to gain the most favor points with the gods in order to ascend.
The final is that we put guys like Phelps on Olympian pedestals, turn them into demigods
and slavishly fawn over them.
Barney could well be left to pose the same question tonight as the two darting demigods
cross tungsten once again in Liverpool's Echo Arena.
Here, they are elevated to the status of demigods
, rescuing fallen comrades from a burning building in their underwear or defeating a gun-toting bad guy using a humble family hatchback.
When a group of demigods
decide to try to end the world, this motley crew is thrown together to try and save Pantheon High--and the world
So, too, sportswriters and fans around the globe spent much of the past summer wringing their hands and hearts over yet another load of professional sports' dirty laundry--expressing shock and dismay that one more crop of Herculean demigods
has shown itself to have feet of clay--or mud.