Medusa


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(Greek mythology) a woman transformed into a Gorgon by Athena

one of two forms that coelenterates take: it is the free-swimming sexual phase in the life cycle of a coelenterate

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In its initial announcement, Medusa said it planned to look for copper, gold and oil in the region.
The powerful story of Medusa has echoed through generations and throughout a contemporary setting we see how her story is still important and relevant today.
Media Medusa, LLC is proud to partner with Basile, who discovered these Lancaster County locations while geocaching, in the release of this e-book.
Through Philsaga Mining, Medusa has embarked on a five-year thrust to expand its total output to 400,000 ounces of gold per year-half of which will come from Co-O.
Medusa bosses were forced into the move after owners of the current base announced it would be turned into a restaurant as part of a wider scheme above it which has created student flats.
Carl Moore, of Can Risk Management, who heads up licensing for Medusa, said the response in the gay quarter had been positive.
5) Medusa, the once beautiful maiden, who, according to myth, was raped by Poseidon and transformed into a snake-headed monster by Athena as punishment for her "association" with the earth-shaker, can hence be seen as an emblem of the repressed sexual violence hidden by the representational illusions of ekphrasis.
Abriendose en tres lineas de aparicion simultanea, el motivo conductor del volumen es la suerte que ha corrido en Occidente la poetica Medusa, su presencia y su ausencia, su haber existido alguna vez, muchas veces, y su haber desaparecido en otras tantas.
In 1962, Kenelm Foster published one of the first and most often cited articles on the figure of Medusa in Petrarch's Rerum vulgarium fragmenta (RVF), one which continues to influence scholarship on the subject.
The deal includes a 15 percent working interest in the Medusa field (deepwater Mississippi Canyon blocks 538 and 582), a 10 percent membership interest in Medusa Spar LLC (which owns a 75 percent interest in the Medusa field's production facilities) and various interests in 12 non-operated Gulf of Mexico fields.
The deal includes Callon's 15% working interest in the Medusa field, its 10% membership interest in Medusa Spar LLC, which holds 75% of the Medusa field's production facilities, as well as interests in ten non-operated Gulf of Mexico shelf fields.
Princess Ariadne casts her spell over Jason, while Medusa becomes an important part of the gang's monster-slaying adventures in the great lost city.
PROPERTY specialist Desk Union and shared space infrastructure specialist PBL Medusa have secured a joint bid contract with new Edinburgh business incubator, The Creative Exchange.
According the Greek mythology, Medusa was a Gorgon, a snake-haired monster capable of turning any living thing that had the misfortune to look upon her .
I am referring to the figure of the Medusa who dominates Canto IX even though she actually never appears.