Shadowfax


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Shadowfax

great horse of the wizard Gandalf. [Br. Lit.: J. R. R. Tolkien Lord of the Rings]
See: Horse
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The three local vendors include: Case Management Unit in Harrisburg, a provider of mental health and intellectual disability case management; Masonic Village, a senior living facility in Elizabethtown; and Shadowfax Corp., a York-based agency that provides services to individuals with disabilities.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 26 (ANI): Shadowfax, a last mile logistics service provider, announced plans to set up its services across over 100 cities in India, up from its current presence in 80 cities.
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The horse Shadowfax is translated as Jieying, something like "Quickshadow"; Weathertop is both transliterated and translated as Weisetuopu Mountain.
It is moreover an integral part of their history and national identity as the sons of Eorl--the founder of Rohan and tamer of the mighty steed Felarof, sire of the mearas and forefather of Shadowfax, who "might have been foaled in the morning of the world" (II.2.262).
Thirty models are offered, including the Shadowfax, Aribitrator, Hell Fire, Turning Point Carbon and Shock N' Awe Tomahawk.
A regular breeze-up consignor under the name Shadowfax, Allen (below) returned to breezing this year following a stint as handicapper in Qatar.
From Gandalf's Shadowfax to the Lone Ranger's Silver horses are integral partners on the mythic hero's journey.
Our Newmarket mole reports that the Shadowfax Stables team has been seen doing some sterling work of late and new recruit MOROZOV is expected to make his mark soon.