American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Greek Mythology One of the Dioscuri.
- n. A double star in the constellation Gemini, the brightest star in the group, approximately 46 light-years from Earth.
- 1398 Old French castor, from Latin castor ("beaver"), from Ancient Greek Κάστωρ (Kastor). (Wiktionary)
- Latin, from Greek Kastōr, twin of Pollux. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Sad to say, Florida's Catty Castor is part of this bullying group!”
“In addition, in-state efforts faltered as Colorado was only able to protect its borders for two prospects -- kicker Justin Castor and tight end Kyle Slavin.”
“Here in Florida, Betty Castor is currently ahead and doing better upstate, such as in the Orlando area, than expected.”
“Castor is the more moderate of the two - Deutsch is running ads showing him being endorsed by Michael Moore - and while the campaign hasn't gotten as mean as the Republican race, it's not without its fireworks; Deutsch accused Castor of coddling terrorists when she was running USF because she didn't immediately fire a professor who expressed sympathy for the Palestinians.”
“I remember having seen Sophie Arnould twice at the opera, in "Castor and Pollux.”
“The one he called Castor and the other Pollux, hoping they would live in such friendship together as did the two illustrious heroes, after whom they were named.”
“The Devil You Know includes story and character elements from his comic book writing, but also has its own individual feel about it; Felix Castor is a similar character to John Constantine, but this is also Carey style’s and one big reason why people enjoy his work.”
“At the same time Castor is brought onto a case about a man who’s been brutally raped and murdered.”
“Nor is there much fun, in the real-world sense of the term, except for a gleefully campy turn by Michael Sheen as a program called Castor — basically a nightclub owner — who warns Sam that he is about to cross the Sea of Simulation and it's "going to be quite a ride.”
“Howsoever it cometh to pass, men which all their lifetime had occupied the sea never saw more outrageous seas, we had also upon our mainyard an apparition of a little fire by night, which seamen do call Castor and Pollux.”
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