from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of Gaea.
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- proper n. Alternative form of Gaea.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. Goddess of the earth; same as Gaea.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (Greek mythology) goddess of the earth and mother of Cronus and the Titans in ancient mythology
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Based on classic strategy game concepts pioneered in legendary PC strategy titles, HEROES OF GAIA puts gamers in the shoes of one of four warring factions (Humans, Elves, Orcs or the Undead) and challenges them to build a castle, recruit mighty heroes, quest for magical items, summon up devastating armies and rampage across the land battling against players and NPCs alike in thrilling strategic combat to dominate the kingdom of Gaia.
Unfortunately, in her oh-so-pathetic effort to be witty, she somehow confuses the term Gaia with Giai.
Nancarrow declined to say whether Gaia is concerned about being liable for any data losses incurred bycorporate users of Gmail or Google Docs thattrace back to the theft of Gaia.
Good thing Gaia is female, you have someone to chat with about your hatred toward the male gender.
Gaia is definitely a very controversial theory about ecology and not evolution, so not strictly relevant.
HB: Gaia is definitely a very controversial theory about ecology and not evolution, so not strictly relevant.
All of the different species of life in Gaia would probably be a difficult task for any fx team but well worth it.
You know that Gaia is having her own way (not like Hillary would have her own way, but in the way that the men in her life would give permission to her to have her own way, like Bill does to Hillary) when the casual drunks who sleep outside can get their rest on the grassy spaces in Toronto, surrounded by our insect friends, the meat eating ants.
However, Gaia is kooky and squarely aimed at the tweeny market, and that seems to be how Casual MMOs should be perceived.
It attempts to explain Gaia, Chaos Theory, and basic fractals in layman's language, and demonstrates how life is one of many natural systems which are simple in their basic constructs.
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