Crossword clues for eos
- Canon shooter
- Hyperion's daughter
- Sibling of Helios and Selene, in myth
- "Rosy-fingered" Greek goddess
- Canon camera brand
- Sister of Helios and Selene
- Goddess who gained immortality for her lover but forgot to ask for eternal youth (whoops!)
- Mother of the wind gods
- Camera named for a goddess
- Wand representer, in myth
- Identified with Roman Aurora
- (Greek mythology) the winged goddess of the dawn in ancient mythology
- "In myth, her tears created the morning dew"
- Greek Aurora
- Goddess of dawn
- Orion's beloved
- Goddess of early risers
- Greek goddess whose name is one letter off from 69-Down
- Cephalus' lover
- Aurora, to Achilles
- Lover of Cephalus
- Lover of Tithonus
- Greek dawn goddess
- She abducted Cleitus
- Aurora, to Aristotle
- Aurora, to Athenians
- Aurora, to Aeschylus
- Greek goddess of dawn
- Achaean Aurora
- She was also called Aurora
- Orion made love to her
- Rosy-fingered goddess
- She changed a king into a grasshopper
- Aurora, to Agamemnon
- Aristotle's Aurora
- Sunrise goddess
- Aurora, in Greece
- Aurora, to an Athenian
- Plato's Aurora
- A dawn goddess
- Dawn goddess
- Sister of Selene
- Selene's sister
- Daughter of Hyperion
- Aurora's Greek counterpart
- Mother of Zephyrus
- Memnon's mother, in Homer
- Aurora's counterpart
- Daybreak deity
- Dawn deity
- Canon camera
- NASA orbiter
- Goddess of the morning
- Memnon's mother
- Driver of a four-horse chariot, in myth
- Daughter of the Titans
- Lover of Tithonus, in myth
- Sister of Helios
- Mare's morsel
- Goddess of the dawn
- Chariot rider of myth
- Volkswagen model
- Goddess whom Homer called "rosy-fingered"
- Tithonus' abductor, in Greek myth
- Canon camera model
- "Saffron-robed" goddess, in Homer
- Thea's daughter, in myth
- Goddess whose home was on the edge of Oceanus
- Lover of Orion
- Volkswagen coupe convertible
- Mother of the stars and the winds
- Aurora, to the Greeks
- Mother of the winds, in Greek myth
- Canon camera line
- Gate opener for Apollo
- Line of Canon cameras
- Canon offering
- Volkswagen model starting in 2006
- Lover of Orion, in Greek myth
- Counterpart of Aurora
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Eos \E"os\, n. [L., fr. Gr. 'Hw`s.] (Gr. Myth.) Aurora, the goddess of morn. [1913 Webster] ||
Eos is the goddess of the dawn in Greek mythology. It may also refer to Aeos, one of the four horses that drew the chariot of the young God Helios in Greek mythology.
Eos or EOS may also refer to:
EOS was preceded by and was binary executable compatible with the CDC VSOS operating system for Cyber 205. Like VSOS, EOS had demand paged virtual memory (the VS part) with 2 pages sizes for improved virtual memory performance with the ETA's faster hardware pipelines. Though it had roots in the interactive Livermore Time Sharing System (LTSS), VSOS was focused as a batch-oriented operating system. VSOS was not run at very many institutions and its application-oriented performance, while the historic focus for supercomputing, set its features behind the times because of its limited user base.
To address this feature deficiency and to make the operating system more "normal to use", the VSOS characteristics were married with UNIX characteristics in a hybrid OS. The OS was intended to be effective for both batch work that drove the hardware to its maximum or for interactive use in development from a UNIX workstation.
EOS was written mainly in Cybil, a Pascal-like programming language created by Control Data for its later Cyber operating systems. It was a new effort, as VSOS was implemented in IMPL, a Fortran-like language created for the LTSS implementation. The command line appearance of all these systems was similar to the lineage going back to UNIVAC EXEC*8.
EOS was released with early hardware deliveries and had some of the typical problems for early OS releases. Some customers delayed payment for their supercomputer installations.
ETA later released a port of UNIX for the ETA-10 line, which was more quickly accepted by their customer base. However, this port started as a single-processor kernel which did not transparently exploit the hardware architecture with up to 8 large application CPUs for applications.
Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, is a weekly magazine of Earth science published by John Wiley & Sons for the American Geophysical Union (AGU). The magazine, based in Washington, DC, publishes news, book reviews, AGU journal and meeting abstracts, meeting programs and reports, a comprehensive meetings calendar, and announcements of grants, fellowships, and employment opportunities, as well as peer-reviewed articles on current research and on the relationship of geoscience to social and political questions. Since 2015 it is published in magazine form and is available electronically. A hardcover edition of Eos is published once each year and contains the articles, news, and editorials from the tabloid issues. Eos accepts both display and classified advertising.
Eos is a genus of parrots belonging to the lories and lorikeets tribe of the Psittaculidae family. There are six species which are all endemic to islands of eastern Indonesia, most within very restricted ranges. They have predominantly red plumage with blue, purple or black markings. Males and females are similar in appearance.
Their habitats include forest, coconut plantations and mangroves. They gather in flowering trees to feed on nectar and pollen with their brush-tipped tongues. Fruit and insects are also eaten. They make nests in tree hollows generally high in old large trees. Threats to these parrots include habitat loss and trapping for the cagebird trade, and one species, the red-and-blue lory, is classified as endangered.
Eos (also called EosFP) is a photoactivatable fluorescent protein (PAFP).
Eos is the eleventh album by Norwegian jazz guitarist Terje Rypdal recorded in 1983 and released on the ECM label.
EOS is a medical imaging system whose aim is to provide frontal and lateral radiography pictures, while limiting the X-ray dose absorbed by the patient in vertical pose. The system relies on the high sensitivity of a detector ( multi-wire chamber) invented by Georges Charpak (which gave him the 1992 Nobel prize).
EOS is commercialized by the French company EOS imaging as an orthopedic application, with 3D visualization of the vertebral column and/or of the lower limbs of the patients (thanks to the application SterEOS).
Usage examples of "eos".
And on the eastern steppe she met up with a pair of lionesses from Dawn Pride, Eos and Daybreak, along with a young male named Helius.
She had felt Daneel's subtle persuasive abilities during her training period on Eos, nothing more.
Ac, propter hoc injuriae genus, Lacedaemonii Lysandrum Ephorum expulerunt: Agin regem (quod nunquam antea apud eos acciderat) necaverunt: exque eo tempore tantae discordiae secutae sunt, ut et tyranni existerint, et optimates exterminarentur, et preclarissime constituta respublica dilaberetur.
She gazed up at Mars, where she could see them now, ancient dusty traceries of the twin dusty riverbeds, Eos Chasma and Capri Chasma.
Eos verò quos ipse nutrit, matrimonio tradit puellis ejusdem conditionis.