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- noun astronomy Genitive form of
Hydraused when naming stars, such as α Hydrae.
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Ngôi sao V Hydrae là trong cái chết đau đớn cuối cùng của nó.
The Human Federation had called them "Hydrans" because we'd first encountered them in the Beta Hydrae system.
Hae autem sagittae eaedem erant quae sanguine Hydrae ólim imbútae erant.
This is called the double dative construction, auxilió the dative of purpose, and Hydrae the dative of reference, i.e. the dative denoting the person interested.
Postquam Eurystheó caedés Hydrae núntiáta est, mágnus timor animum éius occupávit.
Nec tamen sine mágnó labóre haec fécit; vénit enim auxilió Hydrae cancer ingéns, quí, dum Herculés capita abscídit, crúra éius mordébat.
Dip a pitcher into any pool of fresh water where Duck-Weed or Lilies are growing in the summer, and you are sure to bring up hundreds of these fresh-water Hydrae, swarming in myriads in all our ponds.
Long Toms, built in Kankad's own shops, which covered the road up the sloping rock-spine behind the city; the printing-shop and book-bindery; the observatory, with a big telescope and an ingenious orrery of the Beta Hydrae system; the nuclear-power plant, part of the original price for giving up brigandage.
Mutiny, and then rejected it -- he could "remember" something much like that on one of the planets of the Beta Hydrae system, in the Fourth
Postquam Eurystheō mors Hydrae nuntiata est, summus terror animum eius occupavit.
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