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from and Tannhauser
* Festival March from Tannhauser ( Wagner )
A team of elite Special-Ops pilots from across the planet, equipped with advanced prototype Gears and a newly unveiled intersystem assault shuttle, are sent through the interstellar Tannhauser gate to the planet Caprice, the nearest NEC base, to find out more and strike back at the enemy.
Joanne Taylor, in an article discussing film noir and its epistemology, remarks on the relation between Wagner's opera and Batty's reference, and suggests that Batty aligns himself with Wagner's Tannhauser, a character who has fallen from grace with men and with God.

from and Oberon
The name is from the moon of Uranus, Oberon.
No-cost implementations of Oberon ( the language ) and Oberon ( the operating system ) can be found on the Internet ( several are from ETHZ itself ).
A further extension of Oberon-2 produced Component Pascal, currently supported by Oberon Microsystems, a commercial company spun off from ETHZ, and by Queensland University of Technology.
This includes the features of Oberon and restores some from Pascal ( enumerated types, built-in IO ) but has some syntactic differences.
Topelius initially thought of writing a trivial entertainment, but having heard extracts from the opera project at a concert in 1851, he realized that Pacius was writing a grand opera on the theme of salvation, following the early Romantic style of Carl Maria von Weber's Der Freischütz ( 1821 ) and Oberon ( 1826 ).
In 1824, Weber received an invitation from The Royal Opera, London, to compose and produce Oberon, based on Christoph Martin Wieland's poem of the same name.
Tidal River as viewed from the summit of Mount Oberon
View from the top of Mount Oberon looking towards the southern tip
Puck provides Nick Bottom with a donkey's head so that Titania will fall in love with a beast and forget her attachment to the Changeling Boy, allowing Oberon to take the child from her.
Disassociating himself from such evils may be why Oberon, in A Midsummer Night's Dream, carefully observed that neither he nor his court feared the church bells.
It is likely that Oberon formed from the accretion disk that surrounded Uranus just after the planet's formation.
For nearly fifty years following their discovery, Titania and Oberon would not be observed by any instrument other than William Herschel's, although the moon can be seen from Earth with a present-day high-end amateur telescope.
The name Oberon was derived from Oberon, the King of the Fairies in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
In 1851 Lassell eventually numbered all four known satellites in order of their distance from the planet by Roman numerals, and since then Oberon has been designated.
Oberon orbits Uranus at a distance of about 584, 000 km, being the farthest from the planet among its five major moons.
However, the color asymmetry of Oberon is more likely caused by accretion of a reddish material spiraling in from outer parts of the Uranian system, possibly from irregular satellites, which would occur predominately on the leading hemisphere.
") Merlin rescues his father, Corwin, and hides him in Jurt's quarters, and also discovers that the Spikard Ring he found in Brand's quarters was a trap, meant to bring him under Mandor and Dara's influence-except the plan was anticipated by Bleys ( who was thought to be in hiding, recovering from his injury four books ago ), who replaced it with another identical spikard which Dara and Mandor did not control ( previously held by an estranged Amberite, a son of Oberon called Delwin ).
Amberites of royal blood — those descended from Oberon ( and ultimately his parents: Dworkin, formerly of the Courts of Chaos, and the Unicorn of Order herself ) — are able to " walk in Shadow ", mentally willing changes to occur around them.
* Oberon, the King of Amber, is also the name of King of the Fairies from A Midsummer Night's Dream, although Shakespeare did not invent the character.
When dining with Lorraine, Corwin even refers to the attempted Trump contact by Oberon as a message from his " father's ghost ".
The plateau is traversed by the Kanangra Walls Road and can be accessed either from Oberon or Jenolan Caves.
The name Oberon got its literary start in the first half of the 13th century from the fairy dwarf Oberon that helps the hero in the chanson de geste, titled Les Prouesses et faitz du noble Huon de Bordeaux.

from and Ariadne
Kerenyi suggests that the name Ariadne ( derived from, hagne, " pure "), was an euphemistical name given by the Greeks to the nameless " Mistress of the labyrinth " who appears in a Mycenean Greek inscription from Knossos in Crete.
In this cult Artemis is hanged from a tree, just like Ariadne in Greek mythology, who was hanged from a tree when she was abandoned by Theseus.
That night, Ariadne escorted Theseus to the Labyrinth, and Theseus promised that if he returned from the Labyrinth he would take Ariadne with him.
One legend has it that in the Heroic Age before the Trojan War, Theseus abandoned the princess Ariadne of Crete on this island after she helped him kill the Minotaur and escape from the Labyrinth.
But eventually Ariadne, unable to bear her separation from Theseus, either killed herself ( according to the Athenians ), or ascended to heaven ( as the older versions had it ).
The name comes from the French spelling of the mythological character Ariadne.
Just to the northwest of there, off the modern road, is where Evans chose to have Villa Ariadne built as his home away from home and an administrative center.
In a few versions of the myth, Dionysus appeared to Theseus as they sailed away from Crete, saying that he had chosen Ariadne as his wife, and demanded that Theseus leave her on Naxos for him ; this has the effect of absolving the Athenian culture-hero of desertion.
The vase-painters of Athens often showed Athena leading Theseus from the sleeping Ariadne to his ship.
In other myths Ariadne hanged herself from a tree, like Erigone and the hanging Artemis, a Mesopotamian theme.
Ariadne as the consort of Dionysos: bronze appliqué from Chalki, Rhodes, late fourth century BCE, ( Musée du Louvre | Louvre )
Karl Kerenyi ( and Robert Graves ) theorizes that Ariadne ( whose name they derive from Hesychius ' listing of Άδνον, a Cretan-Greek form for arihagne, " utterly pure ") was a Great Goddess of Crete, " the first divine personage of Greek mythology to be immediately recognized in Crete ", once archaeology had begun.
Plutarch, in his vita of Theseus, which treats him as a historical individual, reports that in the Naxos of his day, an earthly Ariadne was separate from a celestial one:
There is a short tale written by Jorge Luis Borges (" The House of Asterion ") telling the story of Theseus and Ariadne from the point-of-view of Asterius.
Unlike the National Gallery's ' Associate Artist Scheme ', however, Auerbach's work after historic artists was not the result of a short residency at the National Gallery, it has a long history, and in this exhibition he showed paintings made after Titian's Bacchus and Ariadne, from the 1970s to Rubens's Samson and Delilah made in 1993.
By now, Cöln, Strassburg and Ariadne had sailed from Wilhelmshaven to join the German defence, while Mainz was approaching from a different direction.
* In chapter 2, Anne Meredith tells Poirot that she knows Ariadne Oliver from her book The Body in the Library, which was the title of a book later written by Agatha Christie and published in 1942.
Ariadne endeavoured to obtain her release, first from Zeno, and then from Illus, to whom the emperor referred her.
In a short piece in John Bull Magazine in 1956, Christie was quoted as saying, " I never take my stories from real life, but the character of Ariadne Oliver does have a strong dash of myself.
In the Sala deilo Scrutinio Tintoretto painted the Capture of Zara from the Hungarians in 1346 amid a Hurricane of Missiles ; in the hail of the senate, Venice, Queen of the Sea ; in the hall of the college, the Espousal of St Catherine to Jesus ; in the Sala dell Anticollegio, four extraordinary masterpieces-Bacchus, with Ariadne crowned by Venus, the Three Graces and Mercury, Minerva discarding Mars, and the Forge of Vulcan which were painted for fifty ducats each, besides materials, towards 1578 ; in the Antichiesetta, St George and St Nicholas, with St Margaret ( the female figure is sometimes termed the princess whom St George rescued from the dragon ), and St Jerome and St Andrew ; in the hall of the great council, nine large compositions, chiefly battle-pieces.

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