Definitions for "Cassandra "
Trojan Cassandra, daughter of Priam and Hecuba, was amorously pursued by the god Apollo. Having at first agreed to succumb to his advances, she was awarded the gift of prophecy, but later, when she changed her mind and refused him, Apollo punished her. She would remain a prophetess, but would never be believed. Cassandra's predictions were invariably of disaster, foretelling the murder of Agamemnon by Clytemnestra or the destruction of Troy through the ruse of the Wooden Horse. A Cassandra today is anyone who utters dire warnings of the future, regardless of their truth.
(Greek mythology) a prophetess in Troy during the Trojan War whose predictions were true but were never believed
a term used to describe one that predicts misfortune or disaster
Chamaedaphne calyculata, an evergreen shrub found in swamps. It is also called Leatherleaf.
Cassandra is a scientific data viewer based on VTK. Cassandra provides dynamic interaction with the VTK pipeline and enables the user to load plug-ins dynamically in order to perform specific tasks in data manipulation and visualisation. Cassandra is open and modular, and can easily be extended to new filters through a set of dynamically loadable plug-ins.
a borough in Cambria County , Pennsylvania , USA
A computerized program analysis system from Nielsen Media Research that provides telecast information for selected nationally distributed syndicated programs on a market-by-market basis.
Keywords:  abba, october, song, day, single
"Cassandra" is an ABBA song from 18 October 1982, it was the B side for The Day Before You Came single.