Paris

Paris is son to Priam in Troilus and Cressida.
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Paris

The Paris was a French battleship of 22189 tons displacement launched in 1912. The Paris had a top speed of 21.6 knots and a range of 4320 km at 18 knots. She carried a complement of 1108. Armaments consisted of twelve 12 inch guns; twenty two 5.5 inch M10 guns; seven 3 inch M1922 anti-aircraft guns; two 47 mm guns; and four submerged 18 inch torpe...
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Paris

son of Priam and Hecuba, brother of Hektor; also known as Alexandros; called on by Zeus to judge the fairest among Hera, Athena and Aphrodite; Aphrodite promised Paris Helen as a reward if Paris judged Aphrodite the fairest; Aphrodite helped Paris abduct Helen and thus caused the Trojan war.
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Paris

[n] - sometimes placed in subfamily Trilliaceae 2. [n] - a town in northeast Texas 3. [n] - the capital and largest city of France
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Paris

In Greek mythology, a Trojan prince whose abduction of Helen, wife of Menelaus, caused the Trojan wars. Helen had b...
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Paris

Par'is noun [ From Paris , the son of Priam.] (Botany) A plant common in Europe ( Paris quadrifolia ); herb Paris; truelove. It has been used as a narcotic. » It much resembles the American genus Trillium , but has usually four leaves and a tetramerous flower.
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paris

<botany> A plant common in Europe (Paris quadrifolia); herb Paris; truelove. It has been used as a narcotic. ... It much resembles the American genus Trillium, but has usually four leaves and a tetramerous flower. ... Origin: From Paris, the son of Priam. ... The chief city of France. Paris green. ... <chemistry> See Green, Paris white,...
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Paris

genus Paris noun sometimes placed in subfamily Trilliaceae
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Paris

• (n.) A plant common in Europe (Paris quadrifolia); herb Paris; truelove. It has been used as a narcotic. • (n.) The chief city of France.
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Paris

(from the article `Romeo and Juliet`) ...Prince of Verona, who has been insistent that the family feuding cease. When Juliet`s father, unaware that Juliet is already secretly married, ...
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Paris

in Greek legend, son of King Priam of Troy and his wife, Hecuba. A dream regarding his birth was interpreted as an evil portent, and he was ... [4 related articles]
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Paris

city, seat of Bourbon county, north-central Kentucky, U.S. It lies on the South Fork Licking River, about 15 miles (24 km) northeast of Lexington, in ...
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Paris

city, seat (1844) of Lamar county, northeastern Texas, U.S., on a ridge between the Red and Sulphur rivers, some 105 miles (170 km) northeast of ...
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Paris

[given name] Paris is a given name. In Greek mythology, Paris was the Trojan prince who kidnapped Helen and began the Trojan War. == People == ==Fictional characters== ...
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Paris

Paris or Alexander,in Greek mythology, son of Priam and Hecuba and brother of Hector. Because it was prophesied that he would cause the destruction of Troy, Paris was abandoned on Mt. Ida, but there he was raised by shepherds and loved by the nymph Oenone. Later he returned to Troy, where he was wel...
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Paris

Paris (pâr'is, Fr. pärē') , city (1999 pop. 2,115,757; metropolitan area est. pop. 11,000,000), N central France, capital of the country, on the Seine River. It is the commercial and industrial focus of France and a cultural and intellectual center of international renown. Th...
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Paris

Paris (pâr'is) , city (1990 pop. 24,699), seat of Lamar co., E Tex., in the Red River valley; settled 1824. It is a processing center for the rich farms of the blackland region, which produces cotton, grain, and livestock. There are various light manufactures. The city developed after the a...
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Paris

Paris is a genus of herbaceous plants belonging to the family Liliaceae. They have creeping rhizomes, and bear erect, solitary, greenish flowers.
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Paris

Paris was a Trojan prince whose abduction of Helen of Sparta caused the Trojan war.
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Paris

In Greek mythology, Paris was a prince of Troy whose abduction of Helen, wife of King Menelaus of Sparta, caused the Trojan War. Helen was promised to him by the goddess Aphrodite as a bribe, in his judgment between her beauty and that of two other goddesses, Hera and Athena. Paris killed the Greek hero Achilles by shooting an arrow into his heel, ...
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Paris

(city) Click images to enlargePort and capital of France, on the River Seine; département (Ville de Paris) in the Île-de-France region; area of the agglomération...
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Paris

(mythology) In Greek mythology, a Trojan prince whose abduction of Helen, wife of Menelaus, caused the Trojan wars. Helen had been promised to him by the goddess Aphrodite as a bribe, during his judgement between her beauty and that of the goddesses, Hera and Athena. During the wars, he killed...
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Paris

[Pantheon] ==Fictional character biography== A young Nathan Taylor aka Paris was saved from the Watts Riots in 1959 by Pantheon members Ulysses I and Walter Charles (Ulysses II). Nathan`s parents were killed during a fire. Nathan blamed Walter for their deaths and still held a grudge decades later. Nathan Charles was taken back to the Panth...
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Paris

[actor under Domitian] Paris was an actor in Rome in the 1st century AD. Born in Egypt, he came to Rome in the reign of Domitian, where his skills as a pantomimus won him popular favour, noblewomen as lovers, influence within the imperial court and the power to promote his favourites within the court. That influence would seem to be demonst...
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París

Shot of swizzle stick showing early Ramada Inn mascot ...
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