PALLAS

This article is about the research group. See Pallas for other uses of this word. PALLAS stands for Parallel Applications, Libraries, Languages, Algorithms, and Systems. It is a research group in The Parallel Computing Laboratory of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at University of California, Berkeley, led by Professor K...
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Pallas

(died AD 62) Roman freed slave of and chief financial secretary to the emperor Claudius. It was at his instigation that Claudius married
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Pallas

[n] - a large asteroid
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Pallas

• (n.) Pallas Athene, the Grecian goddess of wisdom, called also Athene, and identified, at a later period, with the Roman Minerva.
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Pallas

noun a large asteroid; the second asteroid to be discovered
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Pallas

(Greek) In Greek mythology, a title of the goddess Athena, possibly meaning virgin
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Pallas

(minor planet 2) The second largest asteroid and the second to be discovered, by Heinrich Olbers in 1802. It is slightly irregular in shape and appears to have the same composition as meteorites classed as low-grade carbonaceous chondrites or enstatite achondrites. With a maximu...
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Pallas

[crater] The outer wall of Pallas is worn, notched, and somewhat distorted in shape. The associated crater Pallas A lies across the northwest rim. The inner floor of Pallas has been flooded by lava, leaving a relatively flat surface. The crater possesses a central peak complex. ==Lunar flare== On November 15, 1953, the physician and amateur...
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Pallas

[daughter of Triton] In Greek mythology, Pallas (/ˈpæl əs/ ) (Παλλάς) was the daughter of Triton. Acting as a foster parent to Zeus’s daughter Athena, Triton raised her alongside his own daughter. During a friendly fight between the two goddesses, Athena was protected from harm by Zeus but Pallas was mortally wounded. Out of sadn...
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Pallas

[Giant] In Greek mythology, Pallas (Πάλλας) was one of the Gigantes (Giants), the offspring of Gaia, born from the blood of the castrated Uranus. According to the mythographer Apollodorus, during the Gigantomachy, the cosmic battle of the Giants with the Olympian gods, he was flayed by Athena who used his skin as a shield. The story r...
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Pallas

[son of Evander] In Roman mythology, Pallas was the son of King Evander. In Virgil`s Aeneid, Evander allows Pallas to fight against the Rutuli with Aeneas, who takes him and treats him like his own son Ascanius. In battle, Pallas proves he is a warrior, killing many Rutulians,. Pallas is often compared to the Rutulian Lausus, son of Mezenti...
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Pallas

[son of Pandion] In Greek mythology, PallasPronunciation-needed (Πάλλας) was one of the four sons of Pandion II and Pylia. Upon the death of Pandion, Pallas and his brothers (Aegeas, Nisos, and Lykos) took control of Athens from Metion, who had seized the throne from Pandion. They divided the government in four but Aegeas became king....
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Pallas

[Titan] In Greek mythology, Pallas (/ˈpæl əs/ ) (Πάλλας) was one of the Titans. According to Hesiod, he was the son of Crius and Eurybia, the brother of Astraeus and Perses, the husband of Styx, and the father of Zelus (`Emulation` or `Glory`), Nike (`Victory`), Kratos (`Strength` or `Power`), and Bia (`Might` or `Force`). Hyginus ...
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Pallas

Pal'las noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., ....] (Gr. Myth.) Pallas Athene, the Grecian goddess of wisdom, called also Athene , and identified, at a later period, with the Roman Minerva.
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Pallas

a Titan killed by Athena.
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Pallas

Asteroid named for Greek goddess of war. Represents feminism, wisdom, crafts, news, politics, travel
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epithet for Athena; (2) daughter of Triton who grew up with Athena; together Athena and Pallas practiced warfare but one day, just as Pallas was about to strike Zeus feared for Athena and appeared between the two girls; Zeus held the aegis in front of Pallas who was so frightened that she failed to parry Athena's blow and was killed; in honor of Pa...
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Pallas

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Pallas

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Olbers on 28 Mar 1802. Diameter in km: 580x470. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Pallas

Pallas (păl'us) , in astronomy, 2d asteroid to be discovered. It was found in 1802 by H. Olbers. The second largest asteroid, it has a diameter of c.300 mi (480 km). Its orbit has a semimajor axis of 2.78 astronomical units and a period of 1,684 days.
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Pallas

Pallas (păl'us) , in classical mythology. 1. Name given to Athena after she killed either a youthful playmate named Pallas or, in some legends, the giant Pallas. 2. Goatish giant killed by Athena when he tried to rape her. 3. Titan, son of Creus and Eurybia, husband of Styx, and father of ...
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Pallas

Pallas is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Pallas

Pallas is the second largest asteroid and the second to be discovered. It was first observed by the German astronomer Heinrich Olbers in 1802. It is about 480 km in diameter, and orbits about the sun in 1684 days.
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Pallas

second largest asteroid in the asteroid belt and the second such object to be discovered, by the German astronomer and physician Wilhelm Olbers on ... [2 related articles]
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Pallas

The Pallas was a French Diane Class submarine of 571 tons displacement surfaced launched in 1938. The Pallas was powered by two diesel engines providing a top speed of 14 knots surfaced and an electric motor providing a speed of 9 knots submerged and a range of 4800 km surfaced. She carried a complement of 48 and armaments consisted of one 3 inch a...
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