Winged Horse


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Winged Horse

[′wiŋd ′hȯrs]
(astronomy)
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When Markavitch left Indiana, her board gave her a statue of a winged horse as a symbol both of her flight and of the "corrals" she helped set up for them.
While he and Kelley were working on a new T-shirt design of a muscled, winged horse in mid-flight, Miller dropped by the studio.
With his other hand, he holds his winged horse, Pegasos, who helps by kicking the beast.
In Greek mythology Pegasus, the winged horse sprung from Medusa's blood, delivers thunder and lightning to Zeus.
So, sit back, ignore the sweeping gestures from the actors and the florid narration of the caption cards that pop up on screen in pseudo-classical wording, and be dazzled by the magic rope, cloak of invisibility, flying carpet, and winged horse that veteran director Raoul Walsh gleefully trots out 10 years into a career that would span a half-century from pre-World War I silent movies to the 1960s.
For example, while declaring me non compos when I mention a winged horse, Perfecto insists he saw a bearded old man in white robes standing at the top of Mr.
I wouldn't be surprised if some attorney, claiming to represent the mythological winged horse, appeared and started hassling Alphin.
Discover the stories of Izzy's favourite mythical creatures, like the winged horse Pegasus or Draco the Dragon.
The show, which is aimed at the younger audience, looks at what animals you might find in the skies such as a bull, a lion, a dragon or a winged horse.
The 22-year-old had adopted a stray dog he called Peg - short for Pegasus in honour of the Para's winged horse emblem - while on foot patrol.
While the gods play games with human destiny from their heavenly palace, Perseus does battle with the snakeheaded Medusa, tames the winged horse Pegasus and risks his life for the sake of his fair Andromeda.
What is the name of the winged horse in Greek the women's in 1884 - what British sporting mythology?