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  • [4] In the Aeneid, Nisus is a follower of Aeneas and famed for his loyalty to his friend

    Letter 76

  • I've been studying the culture here on Nisus, which is unique in our galaxy—there's even more ethnic diversity than in nineteenth- and twentieth-century America, with far more interdependence.

    The Idic Epidemic

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  • After that, they ferried a bevy of scientists to the science colony on Nisus.

    The Beast That Resembles A Poem(A Handy Resource for Architects,Engineers, and Students)

  • But he the while was pacing to and fro in his house; and, rushing into the men's chamber, he thought he had reached the city of Nisus, albeit he had gone into his own halls.


  • Orestes out of countenance, and want nothing but a catastrophe like Nisus and

    'Put to the Blush': Romantic Irregularities and Sapphic Tropes

  • Even so, with the episodes of Dido and of Nisus and


  • Scylla, the daughter of Nisus, became madly in love with him; and although in point of fact, her father did not possess a lock of gold, he had one of purple, and it is known that on this lock depended equally his life and the fate of the Megarian

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Now, Bochart being of opinion that a sparrow-hawk is called “neis” in Hebrew, I thence conclude, that the history of Terelas, Amphitryon, Nisus, and Minos is copied from the history of Samson.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • But, notwithstanding the demonstration of Huet, I am entirely on the side of the refined Dom Calmet, and for those who are of the opinion that all which relates to the locks of Terelas and of Nisus is connected with the hair of Samson.

    A Philosophical Dictionary


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