Aeolus

[1850] ==Ship Service History== The Æolus started to ply the Australian coast under Captain Watts who made for Wide Bay in December 1850 The Æolus in December 1851, while on a journey from `FEEJEE ISLANDS` with W Cocks as the master, assisted along with the whaler Jane in taking off survivors from the wreck of the Tyrian, which on the 24 ...
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Aeolus

(1) son of Hellen and Orseis; king of Magnesia in Thessaly; his descendants became known as the Aeolians; (2) son of Arne and Poseidon, grandson of Aeolus (1); king of the Aeolian Islands; Aeolus is often identified with the Lord of the Winds; in Homer's Odyssey, Odysseus visits king Aeolus on the Aeolian Islands (Isole Eolie in Italian), located i...
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Aeolus

[n] - god of the winds in ancient mythology
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Aeolus

In Greek mythology, the ruler or keeper of the winds. He kept them imprisoned in a cave on the island of Aeolia, which came to be identified with Lipari, one of the Aeolian islands that lie north of...
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aeolus

The god of the winds. ... Origin: L, fr. Gr. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Aeolus

noun god of the winds in ancient mythology
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Aeolus

• (n.) The god of the winds.
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Aeolus

in the works of Homer, controller of the winds and ruler of the floating island of Aeolia. Because his children met no one outside their own family, ...
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Aeolus

in Greek mythology, mythical king of Magnesia in Thessaly, the son of Hellen (the eponymous ancestor of the true Greeks, or Hellenes) and father of ...
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AEOLUS

A process on the VAX which collects alarm information from the front-ends, combines that information with appropriate parameters in the database, and sends the package to the console cpus.
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AEOLUS

A process on the VAX which collects alarm information from the front-ends, combines that information with appropriate parameters in the database, and sends the package to the console cpus.
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Aeolus

Aeolus (ē'ulus) , in Greek mythology. 1. The wind god. He lived on the island of Aeolia, where he kept the winds in a cave. 2. Son of Hellen and ancestor of the Aeolian branch of the Hellenic race.
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Aeolus

Aeolus was the son of Hippotes. He lived on a rocky island where the winds were trapped in caves. He let the winds out as commanded by the gods.
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Aeolus

Aeolus (s; Αἴολος, Aiolos a͜ɪ́olos, Modern Greek: Ell-Aiolos.ogg), a name shared by three mythical characters, was the ruler of the winds in Greek mythology. These three personages are often difficult to tell apart, and even the ancient mythographers appear to have been perplexed about which Aeolus was which. Diodorus Siculus made an att...
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Aeolus

[software] Aeolus is an open-source cloud virtual machine management software. It can run virtual machines on several clouds, both private (Eucalyptus, RHEV, VMware vSphere, etc.) and public (Amazon EC2, Rackspace, etc.). Aeolus is written in Ruby and works on GNU/Linux operating system. Development of Aeolus is sponsored by Red Hat. It lev...
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Aeolus

[disambiguation] Aeolus is the ruler of the winds in Greek mythology. Aeolus may also refer to: Places: Ships: Other uses: ...
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Aeolus

[motorcycle 1903–05] The Aeolus was manufactured in England between 1903 and 1905, and featured a 492cc single-cylinder engine with shaft drive to the rear wheel. Production was on a limited scale. ...
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Aeolus

[motorcycle 1914–16] The Aeolus was manufactured between 1914 and 1916 with a 269cc two-stroke engine. Bowns Limited, the company behind the Aeolus, built lightweight machines under their own name after 1945. ...
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