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Elysium

Greek myth the dwelling place of the blessed after death

Elysium

abode of the blessed after death. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmer-man, 94; Gk. Lit.: Odyssey]
See: Heaven

Elysium

(Elysian Fields) abode of the blessed in afterlife. [Gk. & Rom. Myth.: Brewer Dictionary]
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This is hinted at from the outset, as the two streetcars she catches to reach Elysian Fields are called Desire and Cemeteries.
According to Ms Bridges, Elysian Fields were contacted before Steph's death by a concerned friend.
After leaving "ER," Margulies appeared in films as varied as the indie drama "The Man From Elysian Fields" to the cult hit "Snakes on a Plane." She also returned to TV, most notably in a powerful arc on "The Sopranos." But it was her turn as wronged wife Alicia Florrick that brought Margulies back to TV on a regular basis.
In addition to the company's Seattle Airport Way brewery, the acquisition includes Elysian's four Seattle brewpubs, Elysian Capitol Hill, Elysian Tangletown, Elysian Fields and Elysian BAR.
Zero encounters three characters in the Elysian Fields, Shrdlu, Daisy, and Charles, and through them he realizes that by having chosen to live a submissive life, he had been trapped in a meaningless, thoughtless, and soul-deadening job.
I see them sidelined on the edge of the Elysian Fields as the parade passes by, Pope Paul VI and John Paul I watching the new saintly superstars swanning past.
The juxtaposition of the Underworld and the Elysian Fields with "the mortal realm" of modern-day Virginia is captivating.
And in Hoboken, N.J., you'll find markers in the vicinity of 11th and Washington for Elysian Fields, marking the spot where locals say the first organized baseball game was played.
Pardue's artistic expression and references in the exhibition, 'The Elysian Fields' is captured in dramatic, large-scale compositions that highlight her bold spectrum of color and range of depth.
Edgar Award-winning James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux has become a Louisiana crime-fighting icon over the series' 19 installments, which include Last Car to Elysian Fields ([EXCELLENT] Jan/Feb 2004), Crusader's Cross ([EXCELLENT] Sept/Oct 2005), The Tin Roof Blowdown ([EXCELLENT] SELECTION Nov/Dec 2007), Swan Peak ([EXCELLENT] Sept/Oct 2008), and The Glass Rainbow ([EXCELLENT] Nov/Dec 2010).
He remains best–known in terms of his film career for those two roles, while more recently he's had parts in movies such as Freejack, Bent and The Man From Elysian Fields. In 1995 he also formed his own production company, entitled Jagged Films, which produced the 2001 Second World War drama Enigma and 2008 hit The Women.
At age 44, my wife and I are about equally distant from the halcyon days of college and the Elysian fields of retirement and common sense says that we should spend the next 20 years consolidating and slowing growing our meager nest egg, not taking on a 30-year mortgage when we have only ten or so years left on our current one.