Eris

the goddess of discord; daughter of Zeus and Hera; Eris is involved in every quarrel, feud and disagreement; her eternal and unforgiving rage was the cause of fear and respect on Olympus, though despised by the Olympians they dared not confront her; though she rode into battle with her brother and companion, Aries, she was more generally known for ...
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Eris

[n] - (Greek mythology) goddess of discord
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Eris

In Greek mythology, the personification of strife, companion of the war-god Ares and a daughter of Night (Nyx). She was known to the Romans as Discordia. In later tradition, Eris was held...
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ERIS

Exoatmospheric Re-entry Vehicle Interception System
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Eris

noun (Greek mythology) goddess of discord; sister of Ares
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Eris

in Greco-Roman mythology, the personification of strife. She was called the daughter of Nyx (Night) by Hesiod, but she was sister and companion of ... [1 related articles]
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Eris

large, distant body of the solar system, revolving around the Sun well beyond the orbits of Neptune and Pluto. It was discovered in 2005 in images ... [2 related articles]
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Eris

Eris is a Greek name for boys and girls. The meaning is `Greek goddess` The name Eris is most commonly given to Italian girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) In France and Italia it is (almost) solely given to boys The name sounds like: Iris, Irisa
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Eris

(minor planet 136199) Artist's impression of Eris Fast facts: Eris • First seen in 2003 but finally recognized in 2005 • Highly elongated orbit around Sun lasting 558 years • Currently positioned some 14.5 billion km from Earth • Surface tempera...
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Eris

Eris (ē'ris) , in Greek religion, goddess of strife. Angered at not being invited to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis, she threw the apple of discord among the wedding guests (see Paris, in Greek mythology).
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Eris

Eris, in astronomy, dwarf planet that is the most distant body known to be in orbit around the sun. Eris, whose highly eccentric elliptical orbit ranges from 38 AU to 97 AU and is inclined more than 44°, is the largest known object of the Kuiper belt (see comet), with a diameter (c.1,500 mi/2,40...
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Eris

Eris was the Greek goddess of strife, deceit, discord and disputation. The provoker of rivalry, contention, murder and wars.
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Eris

Olympian minor goddess of strife (and sister to Ares) whose uninvited attendance at the wedding of Thetis and Peleus effectively brought about the Trojan War. The Olympians had attended en-masse and although Eris was the only one not to be invited she did so anyway. She proceeded to throw a golden apple on to the table inscribed for 'the fairest' w...
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Eris

Eris typically refers to either Eris may also refer to: ...
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Eris

[dwarf planet] The mass of Eris can be calculated with much greater precision. Based on the currently accepted value for Dysnomia`s period—15.774 days— Eris is 27 percent more massive than Pluto. If the 2011 occultation results are used, then Eris has a density of {val|2.52|0.05|u=g/cm3}, substantially denser than Pluto, and thus must b...
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Eris

[spider] Eris is a genus of the spider family Salticidae (jumping spiders). It is not a large spider and, although it is prone to biting, is not poisonous to humans. ==Name== The genus name is derived from Eris, the Greek goddess of discord (known as Discordia in Roman mythology). ...
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Eris

[mythology] Eris (s; Ἔρις, `Strife`) is the Greek goddess of chaos, strife and discord. Her name is translated into Latin as Discordia, which means `discord`. Eris` Greek opposite is Harmonia, whose Latin counterpart is Concordia. Homer equated her with the war-goddess Enyo, whose Roman counterpart is Bellona. The dwarf planet Eris is ...
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Eris

[simulation] Eris is a computer simulation of the Milky Way galaxy`s physics. It was done by astrophysicists from the Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Zurich, Switzerland and University of California, Santa Cruz. The simulation project was undertaken at the NASA Advanced Supercomputer Division’s Pleiades and the Swis...
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Eris

Eris was goddess of discord
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Eris

goddess of what her name means
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Eris

Goddess of discord.
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Eris

Olympian minor goddess of strife (and sister to Ares) whose uninvited attendance at the wedding of Thetis and Peleus effectively brought about the Trojan War. The Olympians had attended en-masse and although Eris was the only one not to be invited she did so anyway. She proceeded to throw a golden apple on to the table inscribed for 'the fairest' w...
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