Golem

[short story] "Golem" is a comical short story written by a Korean author Lee Yeongdo based on the world of his novel Dragon Raja. It is a part of a series of short stories Yeongdo wrote known as "Sceneries Of Laboratory." The story portrays and questions human-based borders and limits and their meaning through an artificially created being
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Golem

[book] Golem is a 1996 picture book written and illustrated by David Wisniewski. With illustrations made of cut-paper collages, it is Wisniewski`s retelling of the Jewish folktale of the Golem, with real people, real places, and a lengthy one-page background at the end. The story is set in year 1580 in Prague, and the Jews are being persecu
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Golem

[comics] In the Marvel Universe, there have been a number of fictional characters known as Golem. These include: ==Monster== ===Publication history=== The Golem first appeared in Strange Tales vol. 1 #174 (June 1974), and was created by Len Wein and John Buscema. The character subsequently appears in Strange Tales #176-177 (October, Decembe
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Golem

[klezmer band] Golem is a New York City-based klezmer band that sings in Yiddish, English and Slavic languages. Golem was founded in 2000 by band leader Annette Ezekiel Kogan. The band describes itself as an "Eastern European folk-punk band." The band has performed throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Mexico, Great Britain, F
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Golem

[Dungeons & Dragons] A golem is a type of construct, a magically created monster in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. == Publication history == The Dungeons & Dragons golems are analogous to the Golems of Jewish mythology. Golem means "artificial man" or "automaton" and comes from the Hebrew golem meaning "shapeless mass, em
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golem

[n] - (Jewish folklore) an artificially created human being that is given life by supernatural means
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golem

In Jewish thought, anything that has a potential which has not yet been achieved. Adam is sometimes described as golem when he had been created from the Earth but God had not yet...
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golem

in Jewish folklore, an image endowed with life. The term is used in the Bible (Psalms 139:16) and in Talmudic literature to refer to an embryonic or ...
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Golem

[disambiguation] A golem is an artificial animated being in medieval and Jewish folklore. Golem or The Golem may also refer to: ==In literature== ====May be confused with==== ==In music== ==In film== ==In geography== ==In comics and gaming== ==Other== == See also == ...
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Golem

[ILP] Golem is an inductive logic programming algorithm developed by Stephen Muggleton and Feng. It uses the technique relative least general generalization proposed by Gordon Plotkin. Therefore, only positive examples are used and the search is bottom-up. Negative examples can be used to reduce the size of the hypothesis by deleting useles
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Golem

In Jewish folklore, a golem (əm {respell|GOH|ləm}; {he|גולם}) is an animated anthropomorphic being, created entirely from inanimate matter. The word was used to mean an amorphous, unformed material in Psalms and medieval writing. The most famous golem narrative involves Judah Loew ben Bezalel, the late 16th century chief rabbi of Prague. ==H
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golem

golem (gō'lum) [Heb.,=an undeveloped lump], in medieval Jewish legend, an automatonlike servant made of clay and given life by means of a charm, or shem [Heb.,=name, or the name of God]. Golems were attributed in Jewish legend to several rabbis in different European countries. The most fam...
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golem

[English words of Yiddish origin] a man-made humanoid; an android, Frankenstein monster (from Hebrew גולם gōlem, but influenced in pronunciation by Yiddish goylem)
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Golem

[band] Golem is a German extreme death metal band. They took part in the 2007 Chronical Moshers Open Air festival. They should not be confused with a 1970s progressive rock band from Germany with the same name. ==History== The band was formed in 1989, in Buckow in Brandenburg (then still in East Germany). Two of the members died in automobi
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Golem

[Jacob Goldstein] == Licensing: == ...
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Golem

[opera] Golem is a one-act opera by Nicolae Bretan to his own libretto, based on the legend of the Golem as expressed in a drama by Illés Kaczér. It was written over a brief period in 1923, and was first performed in Cluj on 23 December 1924. ==Roles== ==Synopsis== Prague in the 16th century. Rabbi Lőw (based on the historical figure), h
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