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(Greek mythology) a mythical monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man

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The Minotaur C rocket is capable of launching payloads that weigh up to 3,500 pounds and is a slight variation of the larger Minotaur rockets.
I suspect that he might regret thanking them when, before long, he sees them feeding the Minotaur that will most probably devour him first.
The notion that a minotaur had 'handmaidens' seems quite inappropriate, as does the notion that they struck back, as Yanis portrays them as having done after the crash of 2008.
Minotaur provides software that reduces operator workload and increases operational efficiency by correlating data from different sensors to a common track or target.
Like the Minotaur lost in the labyrinth, the narrator pulls the reader through the many "side corridors" of memories, blending genres along the way: at points it's fiction, then metafiction, then memoir, then myth.
Theseus, the son of the Athenian King Aegeus, volunteers to be one of the sacrifices so that he can slaughter the Minotaur and make an end to this tribunal sacrifice.
The eventual result of this seemingly impossible coupling is the birth of the Minotaur, a monstrous figure Daedalus is later charged with imprisoning inside its own purpose-built labyrinth, where Theseus finally slays him.
Whatever parallels there may be between my father and the trapped Minotaur, there are many more differences.
Close attention to the relationship between the mythical subtext and the actions reported in the dialogue reveals that Socrates is both Theseus and Minotaur, though considered from different points of view.
Adelaide, Australia, Sep 4, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - Minotaur Exploration (ASX:MEP) is pleased to provide investors with an opportunity to listen to an audio interview with Mr Andrew Woskett, Managing Director, on Boardroom Radio (BRR).
Finnish (author); THE MINOTAUR RIDDLE; Panama Hat Publishing (Children's: Juvenile Fiction) 23.
Zain Jordan is the latest from the group to sign up for Neural Technologies' Minotaur Fraud Management solution.
In 1947, two works based on the myth of the Minotaur were published in the literary journal Los Anales de Buenos Aires, edited by Jorge Luis Borges.
One was a standard kydex paddle holster and single-mag pouch; the other the leather/kydex IWB Minotaur MTAC holster and Minotaur IWB mag pouch.
In Theseus, the son of the king of Athens, she hopes for the possibility of something more, but he has been brought to Krete only as an offering to the Minotaur.