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Munin

one of Odin’s ravens; regarded as embodying memory. [Norse Myth.: Leach, 761]
See: Memory
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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And Munin took a five-day holiday and flew as far as Greenwich Park but apparently came home when she got hungry.
Lenze, E., Munin, M., Dew, M., Rogers, J., Seligman, K., Mulsant, B., & Reynolds, C.
[6.] Munin MC, Espejo-De Guzman MC, Boninger ML, Fitzgerald SG, Penrod LE, Singh J.
The research project MUNIN (Maritime Unmanned Navigation through Intelligence in Networks) sees autonomous and unmanned vessels as a key element for a competitive and sustainable European shipping industry in the future.
Ehteshamul Bari, States of Emergency and the Law: The Experience of Bangladesh 202 (2017) (quoting Fazle Kaderi Mohammad Abdul Munin, Rights of the Citizens Under the Constitution and Law 333 (Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs 1978).
The year, the Lifetime Achievement Award will be conferred to renowned Assamese director, Munin Barua.
(34.) Nascimento SB, Cardoso CA, Ribeiro TP, Almeida JD, Albertini R, Munin E et al.
Munin et al., "Stroke-related knowledge and health behaviors among poststroke patients in inpatient rehabilitation," Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.