Daedalus

[ US /ˈdɛdəɫəs, ˌdeɪˈdæɫəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. (Greek mythology) an Athenian inventor who built the labyrinth of Minos; to escape the labyrinth he fashioned wings for himself and his son Icarus
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How To Use Daedalus In A Sentence

  • He is likely the first Wodenite ever to betread Daedalus. The Game Of Empire
  • Daedalus, the ancient scientist, was supposedly the architect of the palace at Knossos.
  • Daedalus, the ancient scientist, was supposedly the architect of the palace at Knossos.
  • Somewhere in Nick's Daedalus project is a great thread of discussion of those who are burned out of guild leadership talk about work, and then there's *work* in an mmorpg. Lights will guide you home
  • He had Daedalus, a great architect and inventor, construct a place of confinement for him from which escape was impossible.
  • So, says Daedalus. imagine a Cexspex lens exposed to a bright directional beam of light.
  • He had Daedalus, a great architect and inventor, construct a place of confinement for him from which escape was impossible.
  • Daedalus, the ancient scientist, was supposedly the architect of the palace at Knossos.
  • So, as an alternative to the implantation of alien or artificial hearts, Daedalus is devising a new auxiliary blood-pump.
  • A few gems: From the Darkness and the Depths, a discussion of photography leads to the story of an encounter with an invisible octopus; The Tail of the Big Sea-Serpent, a very early story in comedic "tribute" to the well-known Daedalus sea serpent sighting; The Finless Death, a fantastic twist on dangerous creatures from the bottom of the ocean. Archive 2008-12-01
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