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Homeric

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of or relating to the archaic form of Greek used by Homer
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Other Downtown denizens resemble Hindu elephant gods, Homerian (or, for those familiar with the work of Selick's idol, Harryhausen-ish) cyclopses and all manner of similarly Jungian archetypes, not to mention Freudian fantasies.
an allusion to the residents' emotional odyssey, we presume--Common Ground depicts attitudes toward homosexuality in various decades, the one human constant being lifelong Homerian Johnny Burroughs (Eric Stoltz), the equivalent of the Stage Manager in, yes, Thornton Wilder's Our Town.
Jean Wilson, in turn, concentrates on Penthesilea, the raging Amazon queen, whom Wolf "re-visions" on the basis of Kleist's revision of the Homerian original.
In The Theory of the Novel, for example, Lukacs asserted that we are presented with a vision of genuine community in such premodern literary works as the Homerian epic.
Samples 11,917 and 11,913 feet contain small Pa elements probably best assigned to Ozarkodina bohemica, another species that appears in the upper amsdeni Zone (Barrick and Klapper, 1976) and which is indicative of the Homerian Stage of the upper Wenlockian (Aldridge, 1975).
Although these rules lack the drama of Homerian epic, employers who wish to maximize contributions to their pension plans, as well as those who wish to minimize these contributions, should pay close attention to how the IRS and the DOL are now approaching these transactions.
Some rehab projects become epics of almost Homerian proportions.
I was looking forward to our next stop, Troy, but very little remains of this oncegreat Homerian city (and alas, no sign of Brad Pitt) but you can see evidence of the nine successive cities built on this site, revealed in excavated layers.
A stepwise extinction during the Mulde Event in the Homerian (Wenlock, Silurian) has been suggested for hemipelagic fauna such as graptolites and conodonts (Jaeger 1991; Jeppsson 1993; Kaljo et al.