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APOLLOApache Point Observatory Lunar Laser-ranging Operation (NASA)
APOLLOAmerica's Program for Orbital and Lunar Landing Operations
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Sons of Atreus," he cried, "and all other Achaeans, may the gods who dwell in Olympus grant you to sack the city of Priam, and to reach your homes in safety; but free my daughter, and accept a ransom for her, in reverence to Apollo, son of Jove.
Not a word he spoke, but went by the shore of the sounding sea and prayed apart to King Apollo whom lovely Leto had borne.
Let us ask some priest or prophet, or some reader of dreams (for dreams, too, are of Jove) who can tell us why Phoebus Apollo is so angry, and say whether it is for some vow that we have broken, or hecatomb that we have not offered, and whether he will accept the savour of lambs and goats without blemish, so as to take away the plague from us.
A CROW caught in a snare prayed to Apollo to release him, making a vow to offer some frankincense at his shrine.
This is a very bad Apollo," said the Sculptor: "the chest is too narrow, and one arm is at least a half-inch shorter than the other.
This part of the existing hymn ends with an encomium of the Delian festival of Apollo and of the Delian choirs.
are unknown to the writer of the hymn, 2) the temple built by Trophonius and Agamedes for Apollo (ll.
First the new-born child found a tortoise and from its shell contrived the lyre; next, with much cunning circumstance, he stole Apollo's cattle and, when charged with the theft by Apollo, forced that god to appear in undignified guise before the tribunal of Zeus.
All wise are Zeus and Apollo, and nothing is hid from their ken;
He calls himself the New Priest of Apollo, and he worships the sun.
The man who called himself Kalon was a magnificent creature, worthy, in a physical sense, to be the pontiff of Apollo.
Father Brown could not look at anything without blinking; but the priest of Apollo could look on the blaze at noon without a quiver of the eyelid.