Olympus

the home of the gods.
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(Digital cameras and photo printers) One of the worldwide leaders in the optio-digital market. Olympus entered the field of digital imaging at photokina 1996. From the very beginning, the company offered a complete digital photography system. With its vision, Olympus quickly became, and has remained, a driving force in this booming sector.
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Olympus

Mount Olympus noun a mountain peak in northeast Greece near the Aegean coast; believed by ancient Greeks to be the dwelling place of the gods (9,570 feet high)
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[Euboea] Mount Olympus (Όλυμπος - Olympos) is a mountain in the eastcentral part of the island of Euboea, Greece. Its maximum elevation is 1,172 m. It is not the highest mountain of Euboea, that is 1,743 m high Dirfi, 16 km to the north. The Olympus is 10 km north of Amarynthos, 11 km northeast of Eretria and 24 km east of the city o...
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[musician] Olympus (or Olympos, Ὄλυμπος) is the name of two ancient Greek musicians, one mythical who lived before the Trojan war, and one apparently real, who lived in the 7th century BC. Both musicians were connected with the auletic music, which had its origin in Phrygia. It is possible that the elder and mythical Olympus was inv...
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[sculpture] Olympus is a public art work by American artist Charles Ginnever located at the Lynden Sculpture Garden near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The sculpture is an abstract made of weathering steel arranged in triangular shapes which rise successively in height; it is installed on the lawn. ...
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An experimental communications satellite, originally known as LSAT and launched by ESA. At its launch in 1989, the largest civilian telecommunications satellite in the world, Olympus was primarily designed as a technology demonstrator. Its platform and payloads were built to test a range of space ha...
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Olympus

Any of several mountains in Greece and elsewhere, one of which is Mount Olympus in northern Thessaly, Greece, which is 2,918 m/9,577 ft high. The highest point in Greece, Mount Olympus was first ascended in 1913. In Greek mythology, the summit, which was often veiled by clouds, was the home of the Olympian gods. Later the name was also given to...
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HMS Olympus was a British Olympus Class submarine of 1475 tons displacement launched in 1928 and sunk during the Second World War. She was armed with one 4-inch gun; two machine-guns; six 21-inch torpedo tubes in the bow and two 21-inch torpedo tubes in the stern. She had a top speed of 17.5 knots on the surface, 9 knots submerged and carried a com...
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Olympus

In Greek mythology, the mountain that is home to the gods.
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Olympus

mountain home of the heavenly gods. According to Hesiod?s Theogony, ?The halls of father Zeus the thunderer shine with glee and ring, filled with voices lily-soft and heavenly, and the peaks of snowy Olympus and the dwellings of the gods resound.?
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Olympus

Olympus (ōlim'pus) , Gr. Ólimbos, mountain range, c.25 mi (40 km) long, N Greece, on the border of Thessaly and Macedonia, near the Aegean coast. It rises to c.9,570 ft (2,920 m) at Mt. Olympus, the highest point in Greece. The peak was first ascended in 1913. In Greek mythology the s...
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Olympus

[n] - a mountain in northeast Greece near the Aegean coast
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