American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- O'Higgins, Bernardo 1778-1842. Chilean general and politician who ruled Chile (1817-1823) after its revolt against the Spanish.
“Lt.Cmdr. Lyta White only pushes one button throughout the entire film - akin to the Sigourney Weaver character in Galaxy Quest only being allowed to have one job on the ship.”
“She did excellent work on the fight scene, and also a ton of drawings of Lyta White, the smart (human) girl.”
“And Lyta the telepath was in the pilot tv movie, was replaced for the first and part of the second and third seasons by Talia, only for Lyta to return for the final run of the show and reveal that Talia was a sleeper agent.”
“Dream, on the other hand, and not just Dream but also Orpheus and Delirium and Lyta and Remiel and Duma and Haroun al-Rashid and Robespierre and Wanda, cannot go with the flow.”
“The Parliament of Rooks sees young Daniel Hall, son of Lyta and the baby Dream has taken a special interest in, venture into the Dreaming where he is treated to some stories by Cain, Abel, Eve and Matthew.”
“Delenn and Lyta Alexander were both good, but both had that whole I've-Got-A-Horrible-Secret plot line that just diluted there characters.”
“We'll come back to both of these stories later in the series, as well as the further adventures of Lyta.”
“Lyta was living in a dreamworld concocted by the refugees, and mistakenly believes that Dream in fact killed her husband; Dream doesn't bother to set her straight.”
“Dream frees the boy, and in so doing un-animates the corpse of the husband of a woman named Lyta short for Hyppolyta.”
“He first stops off to say goodbye to various characters in case he doesn't return, including Lyta and her new baby, whom he names Daniel.”
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