Galatea

Galatea was the statue made by Pygmalion who became a woman
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Galatea

• (n.) A kind of striped cotton fabric, usually of superior quality and striped with blue or red on white.
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Galatea

(from the article `Acis`) in the Greek mythology of Ovid, the son of Faunus (Pan) and the nymph Symaethis. He was a beautiful shepherd of Sicily, the lover of the Nereid ...
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Galatea

(from the article `Neptune`) ...named Courage, Liberté, Egalité 1, Egalité 2, and Fraternité. They range in length from about 1,000 km (600 miles) to more than 10,000 km (6,000 ...
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Galatea

[MA simulator] Galatea is free software for agent-based simulations developed by the Centre for Simulation and Modelling at the University of the Andes, Venezuela. Galatea is free software released under the GNU General Public License v2. ...
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Galatea

[moon] Galatea (ə {Respell|GAL|ə|TEE|ə}; Greek: Γαλάτεια), also known as Neptune VI, is the fourth closest inner satellite of Neptune. It is named after Galatea, one of the Nereids of Greek legend. Galatea was discovered in late July 1989 from the images taken by the Voyager 2 probe. It was given the temporary designation S/1989 ...
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Galatea

[mythology] Galatea (Greek: Γαλάτεια; `she who is milk-white`) is a name popularly applied to the statue carved of ivory by Pygmalion of Cyprus, which then came to life, in Greek mythology; in modern English the name usually alludes to that story. Galatea is also the name of Polyphemus`s object of desire in Theocritus`s Idylls VI an...
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Galatea

[Raphael] The Triumph of Galatea is a fresco masterpiece completed about 1514 by the Italian painter Raphael for the Villa Farnesina in Rome. The Farnesina was built for the Sienese banker Agostino Chigi, one of the richest men of that age. The Farnese family later acquired and renamed the villa, smaller than the more ostentatious palazzo a...
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Galatea

[video game] Galatea is a interactive fiction video game by Emily Short featuring a modern rendition of the Greek myth of Galatea, the sculpture of a woman which gained life. It took `Best of Show` in the 2000 IF Art Show and won a XYZZY Award for Best Non-Player Character. The game displays an unusual rich approach to non-player character ...
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Galatea

[yacht] Galatea was the unsuccessful Scottish challenger of the sixth America`s Cup race in 1886 against American defender Mayflower. ==Design== Galatea, a gaff cutter, was designed by John Beavor-Webb and built in 1885 for owner Lieutenant William Henn, R.N. of the Royal Northern Yacht Club. The all-metal Galatea had a steel frame, a lead-...
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Galatea

Gal`a·te'a noun [ After Galatea , a British man-of-war, the material being used for children's sailor suits.] A kind of striped cotton fabric, usually of superior quality and striped with blue or red on white.
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Galatea

Galatea (gălutē'u) , in Greek mythology. 1. Sea nymph, daughter of Nereus and Doris. She was loved by the brutish Polyphemus, a Cyclops who wooed her with love songs; but Galatea loved Acis, the handsome son of a river nymph. When Polyphemus discovered them together, he crushed the y...
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Galatea

Galatea is a strong twill-weave cotton fabric, striped or plain, used for clothing. It was named after the man- of-war H.M.S. Galatea, and the fabric was at one time in demand for use in making children's sailor suits.
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Galatea

Galatea, in astronomy, one of the natural satellites, or moons, of Neptune.
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Galatea

In Greek mythology, a sea nymph who loved a Sicilian shepherd by the name of Acis. When he was killed by his rival, the Cyclops Polyphemus, Galatea transformed her lover's blood into the River Acis....
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Galatea

In Greek mythology, Galatea was the daughter of Nereus and Doris. She rejected the advances of the Cyclops Polyphemus and instead gave herself to the Sicilian shepherd Acis. Polyphemus crushed Acis beneath a rock.
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Galatea

Satellite of the planet Neptune. See TABLE 10. NEPTUNE - SATELLITE DATA
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Galatea

Sea nymph; loved by Polyphemus.
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Galatea

Smeared image of Galatea acquired by Voyager 2 The fourth moon of Neptune in order from the planet. Galatea was discovered by the Voyager Imaging Team in July 1989. It is named after one of the Nereids of Greek legend and is also known as Neptune VI. Like the five other inner moons discovered dur...
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Galatea

Statue of maiden carved from ivory by Pygmalion; given life by Aphrodite.
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galatea

striped cotton
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Galatea

The Galatea was an Italian Sirena Class coastal submarine of 590 tons displacement launched in 1933. The Galatea was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 14 knots surfaced and 8.5 knots submerged and could dive to a depth of 50 fathoms. She carried a complement of 41 and was armed with one 3.9 inch gun; two 13 mm anti-aircraft guns an...
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Galatea

[n] - (Greek mythology) a maiden who was first a sculpture created by Pygmalion and was brought to life by Aphrodite in answer to Pygmalion`s prayers
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