Cyclops

A cyclops (s; Κύκλωψ, Kuklōps; plural cyclopes z; Κύκλωπες, Kuklōpes), in Greek mythology and later Roman mythology, was a member of a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of his forehead. The name is widely thought to mean `round-eyed` or `circle-eyed`. Hesiod described three one-eyed Cyclopes, Bront...
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Cyclops

restored Wellington EMU set DM 556.[5]
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Cyclops

The cyclops were one-eyed giants. The most famous was Polyphemus who was outwitted by Odysseus. The cyclops were children of Gaia the earth goddess and Uranus the sky god.
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Cyclops

(from the article `copepod`) ...at the surface of the sea and at great depths. Some live in freshwater; a few live in damp moss, in moisture at the base of leaves, or in humus. ... ...the skin surface, at which point a blister develops and finally bursts. Millions of larvae are released with the blister fluid. If the larvae are ... [...
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Cyclops

(from the article `Euripides`) Cyclops (Greek Kyklps) is the only complete surviving satyr play. The play`s cowardly, lazy satyrs with their disgraceful old father Silenus are ... ...This character was joined by a cowardly, lecherous, and wine-loving chorus of 11 satyrs led by Silenus, the foster father of Dionysus, in a ... [2 relat...
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Cyclops

(Greek mythology) one of a race of giants having a single eye in the middle of their forehead
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Cyclops

(si´klops) a genus of minute crustaceans, species of which act as hosts of Diphyllobothrium and Dracunculus.
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cyclops

(si´klops) a malformed fetus exhibiting cyclopia. Called also monops and monophthalmus.
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cyclops

[n] - (Greek mythology) one of a race of giants having a single eye in the middle of their forehead 2. [n] - minute free-swimming freshwater copepod having a large median eye and pear-shaped body and long antennae used in swimming
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Cyclops

• (n. sing. & pl.) A portable forge, used by tinkers, etc. • (n. sing. & pl.) A genus of minute Entomostraca, found both in fresh and salt water. See Copepoda. • (n. sing. & pl.) One of a race of giants, sons of Neptune and Amphitrite, having but one eye, and that in the middle of the forehead. They were fabled to inhabit Sicily, and...
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cyclops

noun minute free-swimming freshwater copepod having a large median eye and pear-shaped body and long antennae used in swimming; important in some food chains and as intermediate hosts of parasitic worms that affect man e.g. Guinea worms
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Cyclops

[computer system] Cyclops is a computer system co-invented by the British inventor Bill Carlton of Great Britain and Margaret Parnis England of Malta, which is used on the ATP and WTA professional tennis tours as an electronic line judge to help determine whether a serve is in or out. The system, which must be activated by the service line ...
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Cyclops

[genus] Cyclops is one of the most common genera of freshwater copepods, comprising over 400 species . Together with other similar-sized non-copepod fresh-water crustaceans, especially cladocera, they are commonly called water fleas. The name Cyclops comes from the Cyclops of Greek mythology which shares the quality of having a single large...
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Cyclops

[magazine] Cyclops, `The First English Adult Comic Paper,` was a `comic-strip` tabloid published in London in 1970. It was developed by a group of people from the U.K. underground paper International Times (IT), led by photographer Graham Keen. Published by Innocence & Experience, Cyclops had national distribution and a large print run, but...
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Cyclops

[roller coaster] Cyclops is the name of a wooden roller coaster located at Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The ride starts with a left hand 180 degree 76- foot dive off the lift, traverses three short hills, and a right-handed drop in front of the station and then climbs back up to the breaks is a short terrain...
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Cyclops

Cy'clops noun sing. & plural [ Latin Cyclops , Greek Ky`klwps (strictly round- eyed), plural Ky`klwpes ; ky`klos circle + 'w`ps eye.] 1. (Gr. Myth.) One of a race of giants, sons of Neptune and Amphitrite, having but one eye, and that i...
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Cyclops

A device used on Center Court to detect if a serve lands long past the service line. The device emits an audible noise when the serve is long.
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Cyclops

A device used on centre court[where?] To detect if a serve lands long past the service line. The dev
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cyclops

An individual with cyclopia. ... Synonym: monoculus, monophthalmus, monops. ... Origin: see cyclopia ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Cyclops

Cyclops (sī'klops) , plural Cyclopes. (sīklō'pēz) , in Greek mythology, immense one-eyed beings. They appear in at least two distinct traditions. According to Hesiod the Cyclopes were smiths, the sons of Uranus and Gaea. They were imprisoned in Tartarus by their fathe...
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Cyclops

Cyclops: A common freshwater crustacean. Some species of Cyclops serve as hosts for parasites such as the guinea worm, the cause of dracunculiasis (guinea worm disease). The Cyclops were one-eyed giants of Greek mythology, a mythical race of lawless giant shepherds who lived in Sicily. They had a single large round eye in the center of the forehead...
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cyclops

Device formerly used at Wimbledon and other tournaments to detect a serve that landed long, past the service line. The device emitted an audible noise when the serve was long.
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Cyclops

in Greek legend and literature, any of several one-eyed giants to whom were ascribed a variety of histories and deeds. In Homer the Cyclopes were ... [3 related articles]
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Cyclops

In Greek mythology, one of a race of Sicilian giants with one eye in the middle of their foreheads. According to Homer, they lived as shepherds. Odysseus blinded the Cyclops...
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Cyclops

In Greek mythology, one of a race of Sicilian giants with one eye in the middle of their foreheads. According to Homer, they lived as shepherds. Odysseus blinded the Cyclops Polyphemus in Homer's Odyssey. In Theogony, the Greek poet Hesiod represents the Cyclops as Arges, Steropes, and Brontes; sons of ...
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