Alcyone


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(Greek mythology) a woman who was turned into a kingfisher

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Given the episodic nature of the poem, the question remains: what is the relationship between the narrator, the story of Ceyx and Alcyone, the dreamer, and the Man in Black?
This moving material includes the Merope, Alcyone, Electra, and Maia nebulae as well.
In other words, even though the technical aspect of the machine is not crucial to Montale's poetry, his being mentioned elects him as the heir of D'Annunzio: this heir indicates a path away from the pyrotechnic style of the poet of Alcyone.
Bedlington-based Alcyone Healthcare will now become the main sponsor of the club.
The option was the college would close, or we would go along with the plan of some of the city fathers to hire this guy who actually grew up in Fremont to come in and turn the college around," says Alcyone Scott, a former Midland English professor who chaired the faculty.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 16, 2016 -- Nanologica said it has entered into a license and collaboration agreement with Alcyone Lifesciences to develop a novel therapeutic platform named Abela.
Alcyone Healthcare will see Joanne Othen take up the role at Baedling Manor on Bedlington Front Street, overseeing 50 staff.
Like the other four volumes of the cycle--Maia, Electra, Alcyone, Merope--Asterope (or Sterope) took the name of one the Pleiades, specifically the one who, according to one version of the legend, married Mars.
Ceyx and Alcyone, 1768, oil on canvas, Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales, (c) National Museum Wales IN THE 1760s Wilson produced several paintings of stories of high tragedy, usually taken from classical mythology.
Ancient Greek mythology described "halcyon days" as seven days each winter when storms never occurred, which allowed Alcyone, who had been transformed by the gods along with her husband Ceyx into a bird, to lay her eggs on the beach in peaceful conditions.
Denise Menezes Brunetta (a), *, Gil Cunha De Santis (a), Fernando Crivelenti Vilar (b), Renata Amorim Brandao (c), Renata Zomer de Albernaz Muniz (b), Geovana Momo Nogueira de Lima (b), Manuela Emiliana Amorelli-Chacel (b), Dimas Tadeu Covas (a,c), Alcyone Artioli Machado (b)
"Sea Birds and Morning Stars: Ceyx, Alcyone, and the Many Metamorphoses of Earendil and Elwing." In Tolkien and the Study of His Sources: Critical Essays.
He writes of his service as a machinist upon the USS Alcyone, a cargo attack ship that took part in the both the European and Pacific Theatres of World War II.
EVEN as Midas, the man with the ' golden touch,' grieves for his young daughter, the three laundresses sitting by the poolside move on to the story of how King Ceyx is reunited with his Queen Alcyone after the sea god Poseidon's dangerous winds extinguish Ceyx's mortal life.