Proteus

(1) Genus of highly motile Gram negative bacteria. They are found largely in soil but are also found in the intestine of humans. They are opportunistic pathogens; P. mirabilis is a major cause of urinary tract infections. (2) An urodele amphibian. It is a cave dweller and is blind, has external gills and lacks any pigment.

Proteus

In Greek mythology, Proteus (s; Greek: Πρωτεύς) is an early sea-god or god of rivers and oceanic bodies of water, one of several deities whom Homer calls the `Old Man of the Sea`. Some who ascribe to him a specific domain call him the god of `elusive sea change`, which suggests the constantly changing nature of the sea or the liquid qua...
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Proteus

?The Old Man of the Sea?
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(from the article `Caudata`) ...streams, have eyes, and are normally pigmented; elongate bodies, length to 45 cm; limbs with 3 (olm) or 4 fingers, 2 (olm) or 4 toes; external ...
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(from the article `Neptune`) ...[the Roman god Neptune] or with water.) With a diameter nearly that of Earth`s Moon, Triton is, by far, Neptune`s largest satellite—more than six ...
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(from the article `Two Gentlemen of Verona, The`) Valentine (one of the two gentlemen of the title) opens the play by chiding his closest friend, Proteus (the other gentleman), for remaining idly at ...
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Proteus

(pro´te-әs) a genus of gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic, motile, rod-shaped bacteria. Organisms are found in fecal material, especially in patients treated with oral antibiotics. P. mira´bilis is a leading cause of urinary tract infections. P. morga´nii is found in the intestines and is associated with summe...
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Proteus

[n] - (Greek mythology) a prophetic god who served Poseidon 2. [n] - type genus of the Proteidae
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Proteus

• (n.) A genus of aquatic eel-shaped amphibians found in caves in Austria. They have permanent external gills as well as lungs. The eyes are small and the legs are weak. • (n.) A sea god in the service of Neptune who assumed different shapes at will. Hence, one who easily changes his appearance or principles. • (n.) A changeable prot...
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Proteus

genus Proteus noun type genus of the Proteidae
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Proteus

[bacterium] Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood is a video game and sequel to Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 and the second game in the Brothers in Arms series, developed by Gearbox Software for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, and Xbox. It was ported to the Wii in 2008 as a part of the Brothers in Arms: Double Time compilation. Earned in...
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[bacterium] P. myxofaciens P. penneri Proteus is a genus of Gram-negative Proteobacteria. Proteus bacilli are widely distributed in nature as saprophytes, being found in decomposing animal matter, in sewage, in manure soil, and in human and animal feces. They are opportunistic pathogens, commonly responsible for urinary and septic infection...
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[moon] Proteus (s; Greek: Πρωτεύς), also known as Neptune VIII, is the second largest Neptunian moon, and Neptune`s largest inner satellite. Discovered by Voyager 2 spacecraft in 1989, it is named after Proteus, the shape-changing sea god of Greek mythology. Proteus circles Neptune in a nearly equatorial orbit at the distance of abou...
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Proteus

[programming language] Proteus (``PROcessor for TExt Easy to USe``) is a fully functional, procedural programming language created in 1998 by Simone Zanella. Proteus incorporates many functions derived from several other languages: C, BASIC, Assembly, Clipper/dBase; it is especially versatile in dealing with strings, having hundreds of dedi...
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[satellite] Proteus is the name of the multimission platform satellite developed by CNES and Aérospatiale Satellite Division (now Thales Alenia Space) in France. ...
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Proteus

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[video game] Proteus is a 2013 open world exploration video game developed by Ed Key and David Kanaga for Linux, Mac OS, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita. The game was released on 30 January 2013 for Windows and Mac, and on 8 April 2013 for Linux. PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions were later released on 29 Oc...
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Proteus

Pro'te·us noun [ Latin , Greek ....] 1. (Class. Myth.) A sea god in the service of Neptune who assumed different shapes at will. Hence, one who easily changes his appearance or principles. 2. (Zoology) (a) A genus of aquatic eel-shaped amphibians found in caves in ...
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Proteus

1. <bacteria> Genus of highly motile gram-negative bacteria. They are found largely in soil but are also found in the intestine of humans. They are opportunistic pathogens, Proteus mirabilis is a major cause of urinary tract infections. ... 2. <zoology> An urodele amphibian. It is a cave dweller and is blind, has external gills and lack...
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Greek Mythology) - An early sea god. Homer called him the ”Old Man of the Sea.`
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in Greek mythology, the prophetic old man of the sea and shepherd of the sea`s flocks (e.g., seals). He was subject to the sea god Poseidon, and his ... [1 related articles]
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In Greek mythology, the son of Poseidon. Personification of the shifting winds and moods of the sea.
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Proteus

In Greek mythology, the warden of the sea beasts of Poseidon; his flocks were usually said to comprise of seals. He possessed the gift of prophecy but could transform himself into many forms to...
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Proteus

In Greek mythology, the warden of the sea beasts of Poseidon; his flocks were usually said to comprise of seals. He possessed the gift of prophecy but could transform himself into many forms to evade questioning. At midday he would recline in the shadow of the rocks and if he was seized at that time, and his shape-changing ploys proved unsu...
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pneumonia a rare type of bacterial pneumonia caused by infection with species of Proteus, usually P. mirabilis or P. vulgaris; it usually affects debilitated or immunocompromised patients and is characterized by consolidation with abscesses in the upper lobes.
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