Jove

NOUN
  1. (Roman mythology) supreme god of Romans; counterpart of Greek Zeus
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  • A junto hereupon being convocated, the better to consult upon the manner of obviating a so dreadful danger, Jove, sitting in his presidential throne, asked the votes of all the other gods, which, after a profound deliberation amongst themselves on all contingencies, they freely gave at last, and then resolved unanimously to withstand the shocks of all whatsoever sublunary assaults. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • A successful burn at perijove was all that mattered; they would have plenty of time to study mysterious black spots on the way home. 2010 Odyssey Two
  • Upon another coin Jove holds a similar looking object. The Non-Christian Cross An Enquiry into the Origin and History of the Symbol Eventually Adopted as That of Our Religion
  • It's an absolute staple of sanity and good wholesome cultural fun, and by Jove there are some fine tunes to be had into the bargain.
  • And the really crushing blow came when the owner of his star performer, Joveworth, removed the horse from the yard.
  • En estado crítico se encuentra uno de los jóvenes que se accidentó en la rambla mercedaria WN.com - Articles related to La actriz india Freida Pinto desmiente que ser? nueva chica Bond
  • When he re-entered Discovery, the ship was far behind the fleeing Leonov and climbing ever more slowly up toward apojove, the high point of its orbit among the outer satellites. 2010 Odyssey Two
  • Nemo coelum, nemo jusjurandum, nemo Jovem pluris facit, sed omnes apertis oculis bona sua computant. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • The craft is due to enter an elongated orbit about Jupiter, taking 11 days to loop within 4,300 km of Jupiter's equatorial cloud-tops at its low-point, or perijove, and a high-point, or apojove, some 2.7 million km further out, beyond the orbit of Callisto which is the farthest of Jupiter's four main moons. Spacewatch: Juno to Jupiter
  • By Jove! add to that a famous Revenue Commissioner and a reigning beauty, and the sextett is complete. Mr. Isaacs
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