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(Greek mythology) a hero and king of Athens who was noted for his many great deeds: killed Procrustes and the Minotaur and defeated the Amazons and united Attica

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The temple of Diana fits well into the Thesean scheme as the political corrective of the passions.
With that in mind, theSean Davis transfer seems to be bubbling under and although Middlesbrough are sniffing around, I wouldn't be surprised to see him at Goodison before the end of the month.
Her novels, Kukly, Theta, and Perunuv den, reinscribe traditional overarching narratives, which she terms "myths of initiation"--the Orphic myth, the Thesean myth, the Christian myth, in the lives of contemporary women in the Prague.
He argues to the contrary that "not just any old body is equipped for this labor": an author is "the virtuoso, the Thesean hero" who must "with the aid of very special gifts .
Call a part a Thesean part just in case, at the beginning of our story, it was part of the ship of Theseus.