- From Latin magnus ("great"), taken from the title of Carolus Magnus "Charlemagne" by an eleventh century king of Norway, and brought to Scotland in medieval times. (Wiktionary)
“George Magnus is worried about the possibility of sovereign defaults among OECD countries.”
“Captain Magnus Hanso and his first mate (Widmore or an ancestor) figure out that the island is special.”
“Magnus is a powerful warrior, who seems unstoppable, yet his one failing may be that he has lost his mind.”
“Well, I think the best that can be said for the Big Finish audio of Mission to Magnus is that it makes me look forward to hearing all the rest of the BF audio plays I shall listen to this year, because they will be better.”
“Updates, 5/24: "Shot with a magnificent palette featuring magnificent outdoor locales and smoky interiors, Magnus is an effective mediation on despondency," writes Eric Kohn at indieWIRE.”
“I was prepared to pay hundreds for a 1954 edition of Martin Magnus on Mars, but found one through my Abebook alert for just $10.”
“Thanks to the internet I finally got hold of a 1950's edition of Martin Magnus on Mars, but I'd still be looking two centuries from now if it were down to used bookstores.”
“Albert wrote works which in print fill twenty-one folio volumes (whence his name Magnus); but his fame has been somewhat obscured by the more methodical, if almost equally voluminous (in seventeen folio volumes) works of his successor.”
“The project, masked under code name "Magnus Rex," was hardly a secret Sunday as a menacing Batmobile structure hung suspended in the air by numerous cables at the intersection of Broad and Water Streets just outside of the Daily News offices.”
“Did I mention Magnus is in a love triangle with Nikola Tesla and Jack the Ripper, who are also immortal, Tesla being the metro-sexual king of the vampires and Jack being the homicidal alter ego of Magnus’ baby daddy, who can teleport through space by way of stolen vampire blood?”
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