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With his sons he built Icarus, a sailing hydrofoil, which held the B class world sailing speed record.
For Icarus is one of those Greek heroes who has got a bad press over the past 2,500 years.
In fact, the only way to get Papa to stop was to stand directly in his path and wave your arms up and down like Icarus diving off the cliff.
Lifar's retelling of the Icarus myth is essentially a solo danced against the choral movement of a group.
Composing Icarus involved a detailed dialogue between Glass and Greene about how physics might become manifest in the music.
But like the Icarus of her poems, Sor Juana ended up flying too close to the sun.
In Greek mythology, Icarus was a young lad being held in prison with his father by an evil King.
Let me make it clear at the outset that I have no intention of playing Icarus, since that is one of the allusions that have just been made.
This work is detailed in a paper accepted for publication by the international journal Icarus.
He made wings of feathers and wax for himself and his son Icarus, so that they could both escape.
We use Aspen Plus mainly for process simulation and Aspen Icarus for equipment sizing and economic evaluation.
One of the best known of the Greek mythologies is the tale of Icarus.
And nothing recently in the corporate world has fallen quite so spectacularly as Enron, the Houston-based oil-and-gas company that flew so high it made Icarus look like a grasshopper.
The old dream of Icarus has always haunted men's minds.
Icarus dreamed of this, nowadays everybody can do it!
Icarus had burnt his wings in attempting to approach the sun.
And they meet a boy dressed as Icarus, a figure from Greek mythology.
For a quick study of the issues in play, check out the Icarus Foundation and the United Nations World Tourism Organization Davos Conference Declaration on Climate Change and Tourism.
The renowned Canadian sculptor, R. Tait MacKenzie designed the Webster Trophy, a bronze figure of the Greek God Icarus representing youth and flight.
Whether you holder of a pilot's licence or are an Icarus admirer you could get in contact with one of the 8 flying clubs of the island which has at your disposal an efficient and in good running order air fleet.
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From Icarus on down, levitation or its equivalent has been a favorite.
Like Icarus on the sands he fell, Where lie all broken shafts of dream.
The death of Ddalus was represented, and also that of Icarus.
Naturally, nobody anywhere else thought of the Icarus any more.
Icarus will be within the star only a matter of a microsecond.
Final design and construction of a new school for secondary education at the Icarus Road 1 in Rotterdam.
Michael Ahmed, who works for Icarus UAV, said the aerial images offer a great alternative view to some of the city's most famous buildings.
Cyprus' Dutch representative to the board Menno Snel replied that contrary to Icarus Cyprus has managed to float.
Just as Icarus believed flight had no limits, many captive agents view independence as a soaring opportunity.
As per the agreement, ADASI will be primarily responsible for sales in the Men and South Asian region and Icarus for the rest of the world.
For Icarus, these cautions went in at one ear and out by the other.
Icarus will be brought back to this universe within Centaurus itself.
On the outer wall of G is Daedalus, making wings for himself and Icarus.
A nod to Greek mythology, the phonetically spelled Detalus refers to the ancient myth of Daedalus and his son Icarus.
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