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  • back to the island, whence Aeolus dismisses them with bitter reproaches. According to Virgil, Aeolus dwells on one of the Aeolian islands to the north
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  • ō-lus), the mythical god of the winds. He is said to have ruled over the Æolian islands, now the Lipari group in the Tyrrhenian sea. Here he kept the winds
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  • plants) Ægean Sea Æneas, mythology Æneid, The – see Troy Æolian Harp Æolian Islands – see Lipari Islands Æolopile – see Steam-Engine Æolus – also Sisyphus,
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  • that used formerly to be heard about a tomb at Lipara, one of the Aeolian islands. But this did not square with chorography. I do not know, said Pantagruel
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  • " The reader will remember that the Sirens’ island is very near Circe's. Speaking of the Æolian islands Admiral Smyth says: Whether from the heat of
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  • many lagoons and unhealthy marshes. Among the adjacent islands are the Lipari group (Aeolian Islands) and Ustica in the Tyrrhenian sea; the Egadi (Favignana
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  • by Dr. Hutchison Stirling. Æolian action, action of the wind as causing geologic changes. Æolian Islands, the Lipari Islands (q. v.). Æo`lians, one of
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  • men lamented bitterly as the fierce winds bore our fleet back to the Aeolian island. "When we reached it we went ashore to take in water, and dined hard
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  • and the nymph Orseis, represented in Homer as the happy ruler of the Aeolian Islands, to whom Zeus had given dominion over the winds, Aesculapius, god of
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  • would mervell at these things? in the mids of the sea, Hiera one of the Æolian Islands neere to Italie, burned together with the sea for certaine daies together
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  • the Ponza and Parthenopian Island groups, the Aegadian Islands, the volcanic Island Ustica, and the Lipari or Aeolian Islands, the latter being all extinct
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  •   To an Aeolian Harp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • &c., lie N.E. of the Main Island, and form a semicircle round Castle Harbour. The fringing islands which encircle the islands, especially on the north
    274 bytes (1,412 words) - 20:06, 14 January 2015
  • Adolphustown, p. 15 Adonis — Adverb, p. 16 Æcidiomycetes — Æneas, p. 17 Æolian — Aeronautics, p. 18 Aeronautics, p. 19 Aeronautics — Æschylus, p. 20 Aviation
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  • the W. coast of Asia Minor, opposite the island of Mitylene. Pop. 21,000. It stands near the site of the Aeolian Heraclea, on rising ground at the end of
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  • Via Aemilius, Paulus (Paolo Emilio) Aeneas Aeneas Tacticus Aenesidemus Aeolian Harp Aeolis Aeolus Aeon Aepinus, Franz Ulrich Theodor Aequi Aerarii Aerarium
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 66 March 1905  (1905)  The Bermuda Islands and the Bermuda Biological Station for Research I By Edward L. Mark 1422783Popular
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  • almost entirely of aeolian deposits (cf. Bermudas) and coral reefs. The aeolian deposits, which form the greater part of the islands, frequently rise in
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  • Museum of Comparative Zoology. He concludes that the Bahama Islands are composed of aeolian rock, being formed of wind-blown fragments of shells and other
    855 bytes (31 words) - 23:11, 23 August 2015
  • legend. Æneas Silvius (Pius II., q.v.), pope. Æoliæ Insulæ, Mediterranean. Æolian Harp, musical instrument. Æolus, in mythology. Æon, space of time. Æpinus
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