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D HerculesDynastidan Dy*nas"ti*dan, n. [Gr. ?, fem. of ?. See Dynast.
The name alludes to the immense size of some species.]
One of a group of gigantic, horned beetles, including
Dynastus Neptunus, and the Hercules beetle (D. Hercules)
of tropical America, which grow to be six inches in length.
Meaning of Hercule from wikipedia
- Hercule Poirot
(UK: /ˈɛərkjuːl ˈpwɑːroʊ/, US: /hɜːrˈkjuːl pwɑːˈroʊ/; ) is a fictional Belgian detective created
is one of Christie's...
, the French version
of Hercules, may refer
Poirot, fictional detective Hercule
(film), a 1938 French comedy
, an English-language...
- This page details
the books featuring
the fictional character Hercule
Poirot. The sets of rules involving
of the "lives" and "works"...
- several regular characters
with whom the public became
familiar, including Hercule
Poirot, Miss Marple, Tommy
Pyne and Harley...
- Sarah Phelps
by Alex Gab****i. It stars
Poirot, with Rupert
Buchan, Tara Fitzgerald
is a work of detective fiction
by Agatha Christie
and first published
in the UK by the Collins Crime
Club on 19 December
- HMS Hercule
was a 74-gun third
rate ship of the line of the Royal
Navy. She was previously Hercule
, a Téméraire cl**** ship of the line of the French
- and recognition followed
Christie's detective Hercule Poirot
(1989–2013), for which
- Nineteen ships
of the French
Navy have borne
the name Hercule
, in honour
of the Roman
hero Hercules: Hercule
(1657–1673), a 38-gun ship of the line Soleil
- collections, particularly those revolving around fictional detectives Hercule Poirot
and Miss Marple. She also wrote
the world's longest-running play...
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