Talos

(from the article `rocket and missile system`) The first generation of American SAMs included the Army Nike Ajax, a two-stage, liquid-fueled missile that became operational in 1953, and the ...
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Talos

[dinosaur] Talos is an extinct genus of carnivorous bird-like theropod dinosaur, an advanced troodontid which lived during the late Cretaceous period (late Campanian, about 75.95 Ma) in what is now Utah, USA. ==Discovery== Talos is known only from the holotype specimen UMNH VP 19479, a partial postcranial skeleton of a subadult individual i...
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Talos

[Forgotten Realms] Talos (s {respell|TAH|lohs}) is the Faerûnian deity of storms and destruction in Ed Greenwood`s Forgotten Realms campaign setting of the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. Talos` dogma is self-serving, demanding utter obedience from his priests and instructing them to spread destruction where they may. He is known as ...
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Talos

[inventor] TalosPronunciation-needed, is probably Perdix and nephew of Daedalus, invented the saw after seeing a fish`s jawbone. Daedalus was so jealous of the invention that he tried to murder him, but Athena intervened and turned Talos/Peridix into a partridge to save his life. (Bibliotheca 3.15.8) According to Ovid, Talos/Perdix used fis...
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TALOS

[uniform] TALOS (Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit) is the name given to a robotic exoskeleton that the U.S. Army intends to design with the help of universities, laboratories, and the technology industry. The brief for TALOS states that it must be bulletproof, weaponized, have the ability to monitor vitals and give the wearer superhuman...
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Talos

Gigantic human-like body made of bronze
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Talos

In Greek mythology, Talos was a bronze man given to Europa by Zeus to guard Crete. He would clutch people to his breast and jump into a fire so that they were burnt alive. When the Argonauts in their wanderings came to Crete, and he resisted their landing, Medea killed him.
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Talos

Talos (US Military designation RIM-8E) was an American naval surface-to-air and surface-to-surface guided missile introduced in 1958 after development started in 1945. Talos had a range of 120 km, a flight speed of Mach 2.5 and was armed with a high-explosive continuous rod or nuclear warhead.
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Talos

Talos was a giant living, bronze statue who guarded Crete.
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