Oceanid


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(Greek mythology) sea nymph who was a daughter of Oceanus and Tethys

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In 2016 the European Society of Anaesthesiologists accepted to act as clinical research organization for the HES producers companies and launched two "safety and efficacy" trials sponsored by the HES producers: Phoenics (long-lived bird that cyclically regenerates or is otherwise born again) on HES use in the perioperative setting and Thetys (daughter of Uranus and Gaia, sister and wife of Titan-god Oceanus, mother of the Potamoi -the Rivers- and the Oceanids -the Oceans-) on HES use in trauma patients.
We also thank the Oceanids Foundation and the Frieda Daum Urey scholarship committee for their endowment to CATL.
There are different kinds of nymphs, like naiads or oceanids. Everyone knows that the spirit you sense at the ocean is different from the one at a pond.
Pasiphae, in Greek myth, the daughter of Helios the sun and the eldest of the Oceanids, sleeps with a bull producing a monster who will be trapped in the labyrinth: the minotaur.
His other fragments relate information about the myth of the Golden Fleece, the names of the Oceanids, and the number of Hyades who nursed Dionysus.(78) According to Plato (Hipp.
The Oceanids, for example, were ocean nymphs; the Nereids inhabited both saltwater and freshwater; the Naiads presided over springs, rivers, fountains, and lakes.