Epic

a poem or story relating the adventures of a heroic or legendary figure, often related to national identity, as Odysseus or Arthur.
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Epic

• (a.) Narrated in a grand style; pertaining to or designating a kind of narrative poem, usually called an heroic poem, in which real or fictitious events, usually the achievements of some hero, are narrated in an elevated style. • (n.) An epic or heroic poem. See Epic, a.
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EPIC

(British Airways) Emergency Procedures Information Centre
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Epic

(European prospective investigation into cancer) A Europe-wide research study looking into the effects of diet on health and the development of cancer. The study is recording the diets of thousands of people throughout Europe, and following them through life to see what diseases they later develop. This study may help to prove a relationship betwee...
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EPIC

(PROJECT GLOSSARY) EPIC = Term used to describe the scope of a contract. Commonly means Engineer, Procure, Install & Construct.
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epic

epical adjective constituting or having to do with or suggestive of a literary epic; `epic tradition`
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epic

[Adjective] More than ordinary. Impressive or heroic.
Example: He set out on an epic journey to go around the world.
See also: epic (noun)
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EPIC

[cognitive architecture] EPIC (Executive-Process/Interactive Control) is a cognitive architecture developed by Professors David E. Kieras and David E. Meyer at the University of Michigan. EPIC has components that emulate various parts of the human-information processing system. Among these components are tools for perceptual, cognitive, and...
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Epic

[game] Epic is a tabletop wargame set in the fictional Warhammer 40,000 universe. Whereas Warhammer 40,000 involves small battles between forces of a few squads of troops and two or three vehicles, Epic features battles between armies consisting of dozens of tanks and hundreds of soldiers. Due to the comparatively larger size of the battles...
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Epic

[genre] An epic is traditionally a genre of poetry, known as epic poetry. However in modern terms, epic is often extended to other art forms, such as epic theatre, films, music, novels, plays, television shows, and video games, wherein the story has a theme of grandeur and heroism, just as in epic poetry. == Subgenres== There are many genre...
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Epic

[skyscraper] Epic Hotel is an urban hotel and residential skyscraper in Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. Epic is 500 ft (152 m) tall and has 54 floors. The tower is located on the north bank of the Miami River in Downtown Miami`s Central Business District. It is bordered by Biscayne Boulevard Way on the west, Southeast 2nd Street to ...
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Epic

[web browser] Epic is a privacy-centric web browser developed by Hidden Reflex and based on Chromium source code. It is dubbed as the first web browser from India. == History == The chromium-based Epic was released on August 29, 2013 and focused on protecting users` privacy online. A previous version of Epic was released on 15 July 2010, Ep...
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Epic

Ep'ic adjective [ Latin epicus , Greek ..., from ... a word, speech, tale, song; akin to Latin vox voice: confer French épique . See Voice .] Narrated in a grand style; pertaining to or designating a kind of narrative poem, usually called an heroic poem, in which real or fic...
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Epic

Ep'ic noun An epic or heroic poem. See Epic , adjective
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Epic

A day characterized by the large amount of powder or other conditions that make it unforgettable and out of the norm.
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Epic

A film that is considered an epic genre or epic in style contends with historical phenomena, mythic or heroic figures. Settings are dominantly in ancient times though the context is indicative of the present milieu. Generally accuracy and substantiveness are sacrificed on the altar of box-office draw. Themes in epic films have been taken from the B...
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epic

A long narrative poem about heroic adventures of some kind, or about history.
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epic

a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
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epic

a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
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Epic

A long narrative poem, told in a formal, elevated style that focuses on a serious subject and chronicles heroic deeds and events important to a culture or nation.
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Epic

a long poem focusing on the story of a hero involving gods and heroic exploits, Homer's Iliad, Odyssey and Vergil's Aeneid are all examples.
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Epic

An epic in its most specific sense is a genre of classical poetry. It is a poem that is (a) a long n
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Epic

An epic is a poetical narrative of heroic achievements. It is largely dramatic in character, but embraces a greater area and admits many incidents, each of which might serve as a dramatic plot.
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epic

an extended narrative poem with a heroic or superhuman protagonist engaged in an action of great significance in a vast setting (often including the underworld and engaging the gods). Examples of epic poems are Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene, John Milton's Paradise Lost, William Wordsworth's The Prelude, Elizabeth Barret Browning's Aurora Leigh...
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Epic

An extended narrative poem with a heroic or superhuman protagonist engaged in an action of great sig
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