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Synonyms for Elysium

a place or condition of ideal happiness

(Greek mythology) the abode of the blessed after death

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In addition to the Seattle Airport Way brewery, the acquisition includes the company's four Seattle brewpubs, Elysian Capitol Hill, Elysian Tangletown, Elysian Fields and Elysian BAR.
In fact, as I write, her garden continues to sprout in reality under the auspices of her family and her friend Suzy Colt, not far from the meadow they call the Elysian Fields, where Maxine's ashes are scattered.
We'd forgotten the joys of traipsing backwards and forwards over the Elysian fields that are the floors of the car park.
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.
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.
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.
ON THIS DAY IN SPORT 1846: The first official baseball match took place at Elysian Fields, Hoboken, New York.
Also on the programme for Mold is Elysian Fields, a powerful piece choreographed by the inventive and groundbreaking Javier De Frutos and set to the music from A Streetcar Named Desire.
While Blanche represents a vanishing universe, Tennessee Williams' proletariat protagonist Stanley Kowalski (Ryan Lancastle) is the new world order, the two clashing in the Kowalskis' pokey apartment in the ironically-named Elysian Fields.
Reclaimed yet again in the passing of Time Elysian fields by the banks of the Tyne.
The multi-millionaire commodities trader spent his student years in prog rock outfit Elysian Fields - whose name spookily contains the word 'Anfield', David Icke fans - and once shaved off his eyebrows for a performance of their rock opera about aliens from the Cassiopeia solar system.
But when Hades morphed into the Elysian Fields there was no noticeable change--none of the pure skies about which Orfeo sings--leaving many to think that his adored wife had been doomed to hell rather than heaven.
They told me to take a streetcar named Desire, and then transfer to one called Cemeteries and ride six blocks and get off at Elysian Fields," said Blanche DuBois.