from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Greek Mythology The goddess of justice.
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- proper n. The Greek goddess of stars and justice; similar to Dike, equivalent to the Roman goddess Justitia.
- proper n. 5 Astraea, the asteroid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name sometimes given to the sign Virgo.
- n. The 5th planetoid, discovered at Driesen by Henke in 1845.
- n. [NL.] In zoology, a genus of fixed coralligenous zoöphytes, or stone-corals, typical of the family Astræidæ, or star-corals. See star-coral. Also spelled Astrea.
An extreme example of what Astraea is talking about is Monk, in which brilliant detective Adrian Monk can barely take care of himself because of his obsessive-compulsive disorder and many phobias.
The rapid expansion of drone technologies is being pushed for by a veritable super consortium of arms companies, UK government agencies and universities, under the name Astraea
– I don’t think it’s plausible that she comes up with the name Astraea herself.
The note possibly alludes to "Astraea" as the poem to be written.
'Astraea' was a pastoral Romance of the days of Henri IV. by
Their thought-conversation is disrupted by Ice throwing a punch at Astraea.
Standing in front of the broken down door are Psykid and Astraea.
Ice keeps trying to hit Astraea, but she keeps dodging.
He causes a large gust of wind to blow Astraea to the wall, she is stuck to it by the wind, then he shoots lightning at Psykid whilst laughing evilly, he falls to the floor as he is electrocuted.
Cut back to Astraea and Ice, who forms a block of ice on his hands and begins punching again.
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