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  • and Thisbe Cephalus and Procris Jove and Io Diana and Actaeon King Midas Pluto and Persephoneia Glaucus and Scylla Venus and Adonis Apollo and Hyacinthus
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  • Photosynthesis? — Copyrighted in the United States How Did We Find Out about Pluto? — Copyrighted in the United States How Did We Find Out about Robots? —
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  • R. S.; van Flandern, T. C. The satellites of Neptune and the origin of Pluto Bibcode: 1979nasm.conf..231V 00/1979 van Flandern, T. C. On the Origin of
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 21 Pluto Monkey 5842581911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 21 — Pluto Monkey PLUTO MONKEY, a guenon, Cercopithecus
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  • The Invisible World 215-229 Wonderful Plants 231-242 Moving Lands 243-253 The Gnomes 255-276 Pluto's Kingdom 277-307 The Wonderful Lamp 309-338 POTM
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  • earth cleft open, and from it there arose the four coal-black horses of Pluto, neighing aloud in their eagerness, while the dark-browed god urged them
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  • their post, And not a soul to mind a ghost. "Heyday!" says Jove; says Pluto too, "I think the Devil's here to do; Here's Hell broke loose, and Heaven's
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  • coal—Varieties of coalpp. 255—276 Pluto's Kingdom. Division of the universe between Jupiter, Neptune, and PlutoPluto's share—Cerberus—The river Styx—Charon
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  • abducted by Pluto and taken to his abode in the underworld, where she was found by her mother after a nine-years’ search, and given up by Pluto only on condition
    596 bytes (91 words) - 09:29, 30 January 2007
  • dead languages, and none on speaking our own?     THE CASE OF THE DOG PLUTO. Messrs. Editors: In your issue of the present month appears the article
    681 bytes (2,033 words) - 20:55, 11 October 2013
  • YOUNG LADY, BUT EXTREMELY LEAN. 1730. DEATH went upon a solemn day At Pluto's hall his court to pay: The phantom, having humbly kist His grisly monarch's
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  • Homilies, Homily VI — Chapter 6AnonymousThomas Smith Chapter VI.—Phanes and Pluto. “This egg, then, which was the first substance, growing somewhat hot, was
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  • my ever-waking slumbers: Bright Apollo, lend thy choir. V. Gloomy Pluto, king of terrours, Arm'd in adamantine chains, Lead me to the crystal
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  • Pluto
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  • is like alcohol?—and at length even Pluto, who was now becoming old, and consequently somewhat peevish—even Pluto began to experience the effects of my
    354 bytes (3,962 words) - 10:23, 25 August 2015
  • the steamer St. John, while said barge was in tow of the steam propeller Pluto. The libel was filed against the steamer to recover damages for the injury
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  • and 15 April and 21 June, 1836, of the Carron, Meteor, Pluto, Salamander, and again of the Pluto steam-vessels. He was confirmed, 4 April, 1839, in the
    466 bytes (265 words) - 08:27, 25 August 2014
  • Curzon Pluralism Plurality Plush Plutarch Plutarch (philosopher) Pluto Plutocracy Pluto Monkey Plutus Plymouth, Earls of Plymouth (England) Plymouth (Massachusetts)
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  • Playfair — Plerome, p. 1504 Pliny — Plover, p. 1505 Plow — Plutarch, p. 1506 Pluto — Plymouth, p. 1507 Plymouth Sound — Po, p. 1508 Pocahontas — Poetry, p
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  • Camperdown 104, flag-ships of Sir Thos. John Cochrane and Sir Edw. Brace, and Pluto steam-vessel, Lieut.Commander Wm. Pearson Crozier, on the Mediterranean
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