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ARIADNEAntisubmarine Warfare Surveillance System
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Just before midnight, the door was softly unbarred, and the gentle Ariadne showed herself, with a torch in her hand.
But, however that might be, Ariadne opened all the doors, and led him forth from the darksome prison into the pleasant moonlight.
I knew that this would be your resolution," said Ariadne.
Nevertheless, Ariadne did but press one of her soft little fingers against a particular block of marble and, though it looked as solid as any other part of the wall, it yielded to her touch, disclosing an entrance just wide enough to admit them They crept through, and the marble stone swung back into its place.
We are now," said Ariadne, "in the famous labyrinth which Daedalus built before he made himself a pair of wings, and flew away from our island like a bird.
That is the Minotaur's noise," whispered Ariadne, closely grasping the hand of Theseus, and pressing one of her own hands to her heart, which was all in a tremble.
Then he knew that the tender-hearted Ariadne was still holding the other end, and that she was fearing for him, and hoping for him, and giving him just as much of her sympathy as if she were close by his side.
It was as if Ariadne were giving him all her might and courage; and much as he already had, and little as she had to give, it made his own seem twice as much.
Eager to let Ariadne know of his success, he followed the guidance of the thread, and soon found himself at the entrance of the labyrinth.
Thou hast slain the monster," cried Ariadne, clasping her hands.
Thanks to thee, dear Ariadne," answered Theseus, "I return victorious.
It is painted with the story of Bacchus and Ariadne, and the table works in and out of the room by means of a windlass, so that the company was served without any intervention of domestics.