- Latin Calliopē, from Greek Kalliopē : kalli-, beautiful (from kallos, beauty) + ops, op-, voice. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“When Calliope Thorne was born, her astrologer mother "had a spiritual vision of the word Calliope, the muse of voice, music and poetry," says the actress, who later shortened it to Callie.”
“When Calliope is available, anyone with a little server-space will be able to set up a community server with better policies than Yahoo's.”
“Calliope is a Free Software version of the back-end for Yahoo!”
“Calliope is a strong protagonist that you don’t want to mess with, while Kali is a goddess you never want to get on the bad side of.”
“He calls her Calliope and sings a song for her about swimming in a stream, the deep part where they twine thin hungry legs, tread water, pull back their heads and fall beneath the surface so to kiss long water kisses.”
“For a revolting example of a hairy bezoar you can try Neil Gaiman's Sandman book #3, "Calliope”
“(Soundbite of song, "Calliope") Ms. DIENEL: (Singing) Oh, calliope, I hear your voice as clear as a bell, as a bell ringing through the night.”
“For on the old 'Calliope' the flag of England flew.”
“The value of high-pressure engines in war vessels was illustrated by the British ship "Calliope," which was able to steam out to sea, and thus escaped destruction on the reefs.”
“His many works include "Lost Tales / Imaginary Dances," which was commissioned by the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra for the opening of the Clay Center for the Performing Arts. He also composed "Calliope" in honor of former Director of Bands Don Wilcox upon his retirement from WVU.”
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Animated characters from cartoons of the Anglo-Saxon world from the beginnings to this day
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