Lachesis

[genus] Lachesis /`lækəsɪs/ should not be confused with the 158th Infantry Regiment (United States), also known as the Bushmasters. Common names```: bushmasters.`` Lachesis` is a genus of venomous pitvipers found in forested areas of Central and South America. The generic name refers to one of the Three Fates in Greek mythology who deter...
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Lachesis

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Lachesis (s; Λάχεσις, Lakhesis, `disposer of lots`, from λαγχάνω, lanchano, `to obtain by lot, by fate, or by the will of the gods`) was the second of the Three Fates, or Moirai: Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos. Normally seen clothed in white, Lachesis is the measurer of the thread woven by Clotho`...
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Lachesis

In Greek mythology, Lachesis was the one of the three Fates whose duty it was to spin the thread of life.
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Lachesis

In Greek mythology, one of the Fates. ...
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Lachesis

Lachesis (lăch'isis) : see Fates.
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Lachesis

One of several Fates.
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Lachesis

Sore throats, tonsillitis, women's problems such as premenstrual tension (PMT or PMS) Lachesis is prepared from the poison of the bushmaster snake. It is best prescribed by a homeopath, since it is a major constitutional and chronic, or long-term, remedy. However it can be used at home for throat infections. Because of its emotional characteristics...
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Lachesis

[n] - the Fate who determines the length of the thread of life
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