Hera

Greek goddess, the wife of Zeus and usually associated with marriage and child-rearing.

Hera

Hera (ə, Greek Ἥρα, Hēra, equivalently Ἥρη, Hērē, in Ionic and Homer) is the wife and one of three sisters of Zeus in the Olympian pantheon of Greek mythology and religion. Her chief function was as the goddess of women and marriage. Her counterpart in the religion of ancient Rome was Juno. The cow, lion and the peacock were considered...
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HERA

high-explosive rocket-assisted
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Hera

[n] - queen of the Olympian gods in ancient Greek mythology
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Hera

[HE-ra] A goddess, the wife of the god Zeus. Hera was the patron goddess of the home.
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Hera

(Juno) Queen of heaven; wife of Zeus.
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Hera

[Battlestar Galactica] Hera is the name of a character in the reimagined TV series of Battlestar Galactica. ==Hera in the new BG== Hera is the name of the Human-Cylon hybrid child between Sharon `Athena` Agathon and Karl `Helo` C. Agathon. The child`s adoptive mother, Maya has subsequently named her Isis. Hera is the name of one of the Ladi...
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Hera

[rocket] Hera is a target missile for development testing of missile defense systems such as Terminal High Altitude Area Defense and Patriot PAC-3. In 1992, the United States Army Space and Missile Defense Command awarded the Theater Missile Defense (TMD) Targets contract to Coleman Aerospace with Space Vector and Aerotherm as sub-contracto...
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Hera

Allmother queen of Olympus and wife and brother of Zeus. A goddess of marriage and keeper of connections (in contrast to Aphrodite, maker of connections, especially opposing ones). Protector of heroes and punisher of ungrateful ones. Her animals include the peacock and the cow.
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HERA

An accelerator, located at the DESY laboratory, that collides 920 GeV protons and 30 GeV electrons. For further information, see http
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Hera

Hera (hir'u, hēr'u) , in Greek religion and mythology, queen of the Olympian gods, daughter of Kronos and Rhea. She was the wife and sister of Zeus and the mother of Ares and Hephaestus. A jealous wife, she fought constantly with Zeus and plagued his mistresses and children. She was th...
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Hera

Hera is a cultivated variety of potato.
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HERA

HERA is an electron-protoncollider at DESY, which uses theelectrons as a probe to understand the structure of the proton.The results of these collisions are detected by two detectors, ZEUSand H1.
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Hera

Hera is slang for heroin.
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Hera

Hera was a Greek goddess. She was mother to Hephaestus.
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Hera

Hera was the wife of Zeus and goddess of marriage
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Hera

Hera: In Greek mythology, a protector of women, who with her daughter Eileithyia was often called upon during childbirth.
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Hera

In Greek mythology, the goddess of women and marriage (Roman Juno); sister and consort of Zeus; and mother of Hephaestus, god of fire and metalcraft, the war god Ares, and Hebe, the original...
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Hera

In Greek mythology, the goddess of women and marriage (Roman Juno); sister and consort of Zeus; and mother of Hephaestus, god of fire and metalcraft, the war god Ares, and Hebe, the original cupbearer to the gods. The peacock was sacred to her; the eyes in its tail were transplanted from her servant, the 100-eyed Argus, who had watc...
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Hera

in Greek religion, a daughter of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, sister-wife of Zeus, and queen of the Olympian gods. The Romans identified her with ... [16 related articles]
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Hera

Juno
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Hera

Sister and wife to Zeus. Olympian Goddess of virtuous love. Protector of women and the family
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Hera

Sister and wife to Zeus. Olympian Goddess of virtuous love. Protector of women and the family
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Hera

was the Grecian queen of the gods, the name of her counterpart was Juno
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