Definitions for "phoenix"
Keywords:  mythical, ashes, firebird, bird, reborn
The classical prototype of the modern "small hot bird."
a firebird. This bird of myth is said to always rise from the ashes. The bird was sometimes seen as a sign of good luck or a bad omen depending on the legend.
symbolized the incorruptibility of flesh, resurrection, beauty of soul, immortality
a fictional creature from the Monster Rancher anime and video game franchise
a very magical creature as you know, and what Gemstar gave you is one of the reasons why your wizard potential is so incredible
The Phoenix television series is a thirteen-part Australian police drama recounting the investigation of the bombing of the state police headquarters, loosely based on a real case in the mid-1980s, the Russell Street Bombing. First screened in 1992, it was aided by extensive research into police techniques and was lauded as one of the most realistic depictions of police investigation techniques, including both surveillance and forensics, as well as having an involving storyline.
program to target Viet Cong infrastructure
intelligence-based campaign to eliminate the Viet Cong infrastructure
a large monocotyledonous genus of pinnate-leaved palms found in Asia and Africa
a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Tucana and Sculptor
The constellation "The Phoenix"
Keywords:  steven, john, dragaera, vlad, taltos
a pattern in John Conway 's Game of Life in which every live cell dies every generation , but which survives as a whole
The Phoenix, built by John Stevens in June 1809, was the first steamboat to sail the open ocean, from New York to Philadelphia. Her captain at that occasion was Moses Rogers, who also was the captain of the Savannah the first United States steamer to cross the Atlantic. Robert L.
Phoenix is the fifth book in Steven Brust's Vlad Taltos series, set in the fantasy world of Dragaera. Originally published in 1990 by Ace Books, it was reprinted in 2002 along with Taltos in the omnibus The Book of Taltos. Following the trend of the Vlad Taltos books, it is named after one of the Great Houses and features that House as an important element to its plot.
Phoenix is the sixth album by American singer/songwriter Dan Fogelberg, released in 1980 (see 1980 in music).
Phoenix is Grand Funk Railroad's sixth studio album, and was released in September of 1972 by Capitol Records. It was produced by Grand Funk and marks the band's first album not produced by Terry Knight. The album features Craig Frost on organ, clavinet, harpsichord, and piano; and Doug Kershaw on Electric Fiddle.
Phoenix is the second single by the industrial music duo Decoded Feedback. The original song appears on their album Shockwave.
US-built AIM-54 air-to-air missile
The Phoenix was built by Hjorne & Jakobsen at Frederikshavn, Denmark in 1929 as an Evangelical Mission Schooner.
"Phoenix" is the second episode of the third season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson and was directed by James Marshall. It originally aired on October 8, 2003.
Keywords:  myrmidons, iliad, odysseus, homer, ajax
In Homer's Iliad, Phoenix is one of the Myrmidons led by Achilles, who along with Odysseus and Ajax urges Achilles to re-enter battle, giving the most passionate speech of the three. There is no doubt that this was a later addition to the epic, as Achilles continually uses a special dual verb form in speaking with his guests, rather than a more appropriate plural form.
Keywords:  vmetro, vxs, vme, vita, quad
VMETRO's family of quad signal processing cards for VME-based systems supporting the VITA 41 VXS (VME Switched Serial) standard.
While Knoebels had operated several small steel roller coasters over the course of its history, it did not have a traditional wooden roller coaster until 1985 when the park opened The Phoenix, a relocated wooden roller coaster from Playland Park in San Antonio, Texas where it was originally called, The Rocket.
First of the rehabilitated planets in the Military Restriction Zone (MRZ). Opened for colonisation in 2062. Becomes refugee planet for Morab & Kullon races. Has small Human population as well.
Keywords:  phx, cambridge, mvs, heavenly, cam
a computer board that carries a universal grid card from heavenly resources
Phoenix was the name of an IBM mainframe computer at Cambridge University's Computer Laboratory. "Phoenix/MVS" was also the name of the computer's operating system, written in-house by Computer Laboratory members. Its DNS hostname was phx.cam.ac.uk.
Keywords:  ssto, roton, vtol, inspired, launch
VTOL SSTO launch vehicle that inspired many others, including ROTON
Phoenix crystals can offer total transformation. They bring forth the higher tachion energies that allow for exponential growth. These energies must be consciously turned on, or off by the user. (Known as Tachion Crystal. More than 9 sided face with 8 or less faces. Usually has Squirrel or Beaver marks affecting the face.)
Produce a linux and MacOS version of the Neverwinter Nights Toolset
a paragon, and a paragon is an" extremly excellent person and a model of virtue" (oxford illustrated dictionary)
Keywords:  tezuka, osamu, unfinished, era, story
Osamu Tezuka. Tezuka considered Phoenix his "life's work"; it consists of 12 books, each of which tells a separate, self-contained story and takes place in a different era. The cycle remains unfinished after Tezuka's death.
Keywords:  jms, colony, ship
The JMS colony ship.
Keywords:  keg, shoes, brand
Brand of keg shoes from 1882 through 1962.
Phoenix, originally The Phoenix, is one of two journals of the Classical Association of Canada (the other is Mouseion), and the oldest classics journal published in Canada.
Keywords:  poet, intimate, interview, sea, house
an intimate interview with the poet in her house by the sea
Optimara variety. Medium, standard African Violet (4-inch pot size) with frilled, double, red flowers and dark green, girl-type leaves. More information.
Keywords:  pet, heal, wounds, tears, good
a very good pet and its tears can heal wounds
Fully-parallel finite element framework for distributed memory computing.
Keywords:  summer, lies, symbolic, south, school
The symbolic animal in form school that lies in the South or in front of a building. It is represented by the summer and the color red.
a hardware interface where you have to insert your regular smart card
student magazine format publication (WH, 2nd floor).
Keywords:  software, company
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