Calliope


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  • noun

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(Greek mythology) the Muse of epic poetry

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a musical instrument consisting of a series of steam whistles played from a keyboard

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The availability of these powerful, yet low-cost/low- power, Calliope solutions, certified for use on the world's leading LTE network, will spur development of numerous types of new devices that can operate for extended periods on batteries, added Karam.
This is a game changing moment for the care and treatment of Leukodystrophies and we are so pleased the doctors and researchers at CHOP believe they can give hope to the children and families that was unimaginable not long ago," said Maria Kefalas, Calliope Joy Foundation.
Marie grabs a stake and stabs the scarecrow at the same time that Sam stabbed the Calliope down at the school basement.
As Armstrong (1987) noted, elevated perch sites are key elements in male Calliope Hummingbird territories.
CREDO's existing Calliope applications have proven the technology to be low risk, cost effective and repeatable over a wide range of depths and applications.
Red Calliope has a full line of bedding and accessories.
Credo recently entered into a Calliope license agreement with a mid-sized independent oil and gas producer to install Calliope on a pilot project.
After seeing the Calliope Theatre's production of Sondheim and Lapine's "Into the Woods,'' you'll never look at fairy tales the same way again.
A spokesperson for the Ministry of Defence said planning permission was granted earlier this year and renovation and construction work on HMS Calliope is planned to begin after Christmas.
PARMA, Ohio, April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus Theatre Department announces their Summer Calliope Series.
A smorgasbord of fests now thrive--under the banners of Ladyfest, Wiminfest, CampOut Calliope, Sistah Summerfest, and the more boringly named National Women's Music Festival.
The story of the Greek Stephanides family, their history, their lives and existence in America is narrated by Calliope, the third generation teenage daughter.
Apollon-Musagete was danced in the original long version with Altin Alexandros Kaftira as a heroic and strong Apollo and Sofiane Sylve outstanding as Calliope, a role she danced with ease and elegance.
The Detour magazine-hosted event was a benefit for Courtney Love's Calliope Foundation for at-risk youth.