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  • 81 Winter Olympic coins — Although the first Olympic coin can be traced back to 480 BC, the modern Olympics did not see its first commemoratives until 1951. The original concept of Olympic coins was that the Greeks believed that coins brought the general public closer to… …

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  • 87 cornucopia — Synonyms and related words: abundance, accumulation, amassment, backlog, bonanza, budget, collection, commissariat, commissary, cumulation, dump, endless supply, font, fount, fountain, gold mine, heap, hoard, horn of Amalthea, horn of plenty,… …

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  • 88 Cornucopiae —   L. cornu, horn; copicus, plenty. The inflorescence is a head encircled by a bell shaped cover of apical leaves resembling the Horn of Plenty …

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  • 89 cornucopia — n. 1 a a symbol of plenty consisting of a goat s horn overflowing with flowers, fruit, and corn. b an ornamental vessel shaped like this. 2 an abundant supply. Derivatives: cornucopian adj. Etymology: LL f. L cornu copiae horn of plenty …

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  • 92 Capricornus — Infobox Constellation svg name = Capricornus abbreviation = Cap genitive = Capricorni symbology = the Sea Goat RA = 21 dec= −20 areatotal = 414 arearank = 40th numbermainstars = 9, 13 numberbfstars = 49 numberstarsplanets = 1 numberbrightstars =… …

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  • 93 Blue Note Records discography — The discography of Jazz music record label Blue Note Records is one of greatest in both size and quality. [ [http://plosin.com/milesAhead/BluenoteLabel.html The Blue Note Label ] ] Many, if not most, of records were studio albums produced under… …

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  • 94 corner — [13] The idea underlying corner is of a ‘projecting part’ or ‘point’. It came via Anglo Norman corner from Vulgar Latin *cornārium, a derivative of Latin cornū ‘point’ (‘point’ was in fact a secondary sense, developed from an original ‘horn’ –… …

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  • 95 cornucopia — c.1500, from L.L. cornucopia, from L. cornu copiae horn of plenty, originally the horn of the goat Amalthea, who nurtured the infant Zeus. See HORN (Cf. horn) and COPIOUS (Cf. copious) …

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  • 96 corner — [13] The idea underlying corner is of a ‘projecting part’ or ‘point’. It came via Anglo Norman corner from Vulgar Latin *cornārium, a derivative of Latin cornū ‘point’ (‘point’ was in fact a secondary sense, developed from an original ‘horn’ –… …

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  • 97 Worthing — Infobox Settlement name = Worthing official name = Borough of Worthing other name = native name = nickname = Sunny Worthing settlement type = Town and Borough total type = Borough motto = Ex terra copiam e mari salutem (Latin: From the land… …

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  • 98 cornucopia — noun Etymology: Late Latin, from Latin cornu copiae horn of plenty Date: 1508 1. a curved goat s horn overflowing with fruit and ears of grain that is used as a decorative motif emblematic of abundance 2. an inexhaustible store ; abundance 3. a …

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  • 99 Achelous — In Greek mythology, Achelous (English, pronEng|ækɨˈloʊəs; Greek: polytonic|Ἀχελῷος (Achelōos)) was the patron deity of the silver swirling [Hesiod, Theogony 337f.] Acheloos River, which is the largest river of Greece, and thus the chief of all… …

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  • 100 Melissus of Crete — In Greek mythology, Melisseus ( bee man ), the father of the nymphs Adrasteia and Ide (or Aega, according to Hyginus) who nursed the infant Zeus on Crete, was the eldest and leader of the nine Kuretes of Crete. They were chthonic daimones of… …

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