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(Greek mythology) a maiden who was first a sculpture created by Pygmalion and was brought to life by Aphrodite in answer to Pygmalion's prayers

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It is no surprise that literary studies, which seems to have succumbed to this paralysis, is one of Galatea 2.
The original plot involves Galatea, a sea nymph who loves the young shepherd, Acis.
Our vintage train will be hauled by one of a team of historic steam locomotives, including 45690 Leander, 45699 Galatea & 46115 Scots Guardsman.
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Each of the five chapters studies principally one of Cervantes's works--La Galatea, La Numancia, Don Quijote, Las novelas ejemplares, and Los trabajos de Persiles y Segismundo.
Acis and Galatea ACIS MidWales Opera at the Courtyard, Hereford THE story ends sadly but the audience at the end of this compact little show came out with huge smiles of delight.
They will be sharing the stage with the professionals who are touring the UK with Handel's opera Acis and Galatea.
Making life-threatening trips across the border to neighboring Galatea, she has been rescuing aristos and regs who were being punished for their social status with medically induced brain damage.
Below, Galatea looks farther out than Larissa due to projection.
In the article, journalist Aristide Malnati described Marina as a "wild beauty" comparing her to Galatea, a nymph fabled in Greek mythology.
Images taken by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft unveiled the second largest moon, Proteus, and five smaller moons, Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, Galatea and Larissa.
In order to account for these arcs, the 84/86 corotation resonance due to the inclination of Galatea (CIR) had been invoked to give a potential site of 4.
Indirectly and indistinctly, the invocation of a broader historical reach seemed to be the intention of Adis and Galatea, 2013, a video in which footage of rocks and a river in Italy is combined with a Russian cartoon depicting the Cyclops Polyphemus murdering Adis with a boulder out of jealousy over his relationship with the river nymph Galatea.
Acis y Galatea," a 1708 Baroque Zarzuela by Antonio de L'teres, is based on the mythological tale of Acis, a noble shepherd and Galatea, a sea goddess.
El 19 de diciembre de 1708, en la ocasion del vigesimoquinto cumpleanos del rey Felipe V, la zarzuela mitologica Acis y Galatea fue representada con exito en el Salon Dorado del Alcazar de Madrid.