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any of several bog orchids of the genus Arethusa having 1 or 2 showy flowers

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1982); Burket Bog and Little Arethusa Bog, Kosciusko County (Swinehart & Parker 2000); Yost Bog, Lagrange County (Swinehart & Parker 2000); Aker Mastodont Site, Marshall County (Swinehart unpubl.
In Conde Nast Traveler's 2014 "Top 100 Cruise Ships in the World" listing, all three of Grand Circle Cruise Line's small (50 passenger) ships made the Top 20 Small Cruise Ship list, including the #1 Artemis, which sails along the Mediterranean, and the #2 Arethusa, which sails on Grand Circle's The Rivieras: France, Italy & the Isles cruise.
The Sense of Openendedness in the Ancient Novel', Arethusa 32.
The House I Live in is Not My Own': Women's Bodies in Juvenal's Satires," Arethusa 31, 369-386.
These voices can be heard in journals like Arethusa and Helios and in books like Snyder's.
Grand Circle Cruise Line's small ship cruise tours operate aboard the fleet's privately-owned 50 passenger vessels: the M/V Arethusa, the M/V Artemis, and the M/V Athena.
Arethusa Falls: Measuring 176 feet, these are New Hampshire's highest single falls.
The Sense of Open-Endedness in the Ancient Novel," Arethusa 32, 215-238.
He presided over the 1992 consolidation of Diamond M and ODECO, the initial public offering of Diamond Offshore in 1995, and the acquisition of Arethusa Offshore in 1996, creating the world's largest deepwater offshore drilling company.
1976, 'The myth of Psyche: a definition of the nature of the feminine', Arethusa 9, 111--118.
He presided over the 1992 consolidation of Diamond M and ODECO, the initial public offering of Diamond Offshore in 1995 and the acquisition of Arethusa Offshore in 1996, creating the world's largest deepwater offshore drilling company.
HOUSTON, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Arethusa (Off-Shore) Limited (Nasdaq: ARTHF) today announced it has received a five-year contract with Petrobras, the Brazilian oil company, for the semisubmersible drilling rig, ARETHUSA YORKTOWN.