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- An omen (also called portent) is a phenomenon that is believed to foretell the ****ure, often signifying the advent of change. It was commonly believed...
- Boios, dated to before the end of 4th century BC. In this Gr**** myth, the ill-omened strīx herself did not perpetrate harm on humans. But one paper suggests...
- bands as Shai Hulud, Morning Again, As Friends Rust, Culture, Bird of Ill Omen and Bridgeburne R. Moyal has been based in Ann Arbor, Michigan since 2006...
- when Paul chooses to name his daughter Ghanima, saying that it is "an ill-omened name." Paul responds, "It saved your life ... What matter that Alia made...
- late Roman period the word became ****ociated with witches or a type of ill-omened nocturnal flying creature. A strix (Late Latin striga, Gr**** στρίγξ),...
- by the ****embly. The boule met every day except for festival days and ill-omened days. According to Aristotle, Cleisthenes introduced the Bouleutic Oath...
- convenient given that infanticide could as easily have been precipitated by an ill-omened birthmark." Victor Davis Hanson, a National Review columnist and former...
- Atticae, written almost a millennium after; speculated that Vejovis was an ill-omened counterpart of Jupiter; compare Summ****. Aulus Gellius observes that...
- describes the work as a "doom-filled painting with threatening skies and ill-omened crows". Its dark palette and heavy brushstrokes convey a sense of menace...
- 1981). "'Final Conflict' Ends 'Omen' Saga". Los Angeles Times. Part II, p. 11. Arnold, Gary (March 24, 1981). "Ill Omen: Damien's 'Final Conflict'". The...