Argus

Argus was a giant with 100 eyes
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argus

[n] - (Greek mythology) a giant with 100 eyes 2. [n] - large brilliantly patterned East Indian pheasant
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Argus

• (n.) One very vigilant; a guardian always watchful. • (n.) A fabulous being of antiquity, said to have had a hundred eyes, who has placed by Juno to guard Io. His eyes were transplanted to the peacock`s tail. • (n.) A genus of East Indian pheasants. The common species (A. giganteus) is remarkable for the great length and beauty of ...
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argus

<radiobiology> Two-beam, 5-terawatt Nd-glass laser system used at Livermore (LLNL) for inertial-confinement fusion research from 1976 to 1981. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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argus

argus pheasant noun large brilliantly patterned East Indian pheasant
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Argus

[automobile] The Argus was a German automobile manufactured by Internationale Automobilzentrale KG Jeannin & Co from 1902 to 1904, then Argus Motoren-Gesellschaft Jeannin & Co from 1904 to 1906, and then Argus Motoren-Gesellschaft m.b.H. from November 1906 to 1945. The company was founded by Henri Jeannin in Berlin, and originally built cop...
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Argus

[bird] An argus is a member of either of two species of bird in the family Phasianidae that are closely related to pheasants and peafowl. It has hundreds or thousands of tiny white spots on its plumage pattern, and thus its naming might have been in reference to the mythical hundred-eyed giant argus, Argus Panoptes. Two genera of birds are ...
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Argus

[camera company] Argus was an American maker of cameras and photographic products, founded in 1936 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Argus originated as a subsidiary of the International Radio Corporation (IRC), founded by Charles Verschoor. Its best-known product was the C3 rangefinder camera, which enjoyed a 27-year production run and became one of...
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ARGUS

[experiment] The ARGUS experiment was a particle physics experiment that ran at the electron-positron collider ring DORIS II at DESY. It is the first experiment that observed the mixing of the B mesons (in 1987). The ARGUS detector was a hermetic detector with 90% coverage of the full solid angle. It had drift chambers, a time-of-flight sys...
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Argus

[monitoring software] Argus is a systems and network monitoring application. It is designed to monitor the status of network services, servers, and other network hardware. It will send alerts when it detects problems. It is open-source software written entirely in Perl, and provides a web based interface. ==Overview== ==Details== == See als...
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Argus

[programming language] Argus is a programming language created at MIT by Barbara Liskov between 1982 and 1988, in collaboration with Maurice Herlihy, Paul Johnson, Robert Scheifler, and William Weihl. It is an extension of the CLU language, and utilizes most of the same syntax and semantics. Argus was designed to support the creation of dis...
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Argus

[son of Arestor] In Greek mythology, Argus (s; Ἄργος Argos) was the builder and eponym of the ship Argo, and consequently one of the Argonauts; he was said to have constructed the ship under Athena`s guidance. Arestor, a member of the Argive royal house, is given as his father by Apollonius Rhodius and John Tzetzes, but Hyginus says A...
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Argus

Ar'gus noun [ Latin Argus , Greek ....] 1. (Myth.) A fabulous being of antiquity, said to have had a hundred eyes, who has placed by Juno to guard Io. His eyes were transplanted to the peacock's tail. 2. One very vigilant; a guardian always watchful. 3. ...
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Argus

a hundred-eyed giant set by Hera to guard Io, with whom Zeus had had an affair. Hermes lulled the eyes of the Argus closed, then killed it with a boulder and cut its head off.
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ARGUS

A process on the VAX which logs off interactive users if the account has been idle for a certain length of time.
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Argus

Argus (är'gus) or Argos (är'gos, –gus) , in Greek mythology. 1. Many-eyed monster, also called Panoptes. He guarded Io after she had been changed into a heifer. After Hermes slew the monster, Hera took his eyes and placed them in the tail of her bird, the peacock. 2. Builder ...
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Argus

figure in Greek legend described variously as the son of Inachus, Agenor, or Arestor or as an aboriginal hero (autochthon). His byname derives from ... [1 related articles]
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Argus

HMS Argus was an unarmoured British aircraft carrier built in 1914 as the Italian liner SS Conte Rosso and purchased by the Royal Navy in 1916 under the Emergency War programme and completed as an aircraft carrier in 1918. HMS Argus had a displacement of 15775 tons unladen and carried a complement of 495 made up of sailors and airmen. Parsons turbi...
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Argus

In Greek mythology the Argus was a beast and son of Arestor with a hundred eyes of which he could only close two at a time. He was placed by Juno to guard Io, whom Jupiter had changed into a heifer. But Mercury, who was sent to carry her off, managed to surprise and kill Argus whereupon Juno transferred his eyes to the tail of a peacock, her favour...
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Argus

In Greek mythology, a giant with 100 eyes. When he was killed by Hermes, Hera transplanted his eyes into the tail of her favourite bird, the peacock. Argus was the son of Arestor. He was surnamed...
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Argus

In Greek mythology, a giant with 100 eyes. When he was killed by Hermes, Hera transplanted his eyes into the tail of her favourite bird, the peacock
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Argus

Monster with hundred eyes; slain by Hermes; his eyes placed by Hera into peacock's tail.
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Argus

NC-135A project [US]
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the first true aircraft carrier. Construction of the Argus began in 1914, and initially it was an Italian liner; it was purchased in 1916 by the ... [2 related articles]
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