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“The story surrounding Divali is that Lord Rama, the hero of the Hindu epic, Ramayana, was sent into exile (read darkness), but he redeems himself by slaying the evil ten-headed Demon King Ravana, who had stolen his wife, Sita, the light of his life.”
“Clinton is a power hungry, fear mongering, ego-driven lying ten-headed hydra that will stop at nothing.”
“He said that this thing is like the ten-headed snake.”
“I also bought and cherished a copy of The Adventures of Rama, a retelling for children of legends and myths about, well, the adventures of Rama including the noble Indian prince's heroic battle with Ravana, the ten-headed demon king of Lanka.”
“When the ten-headed monster came home, Alberto killed him in the same way he had killed the other.”
“After asking him a few questions, she told him to go away, for the ten-headed monster who was living with her would soon return.”
“The giantess then betakes herself to her brother, the terrible ten-headed Ravana, king of Ceylon.”
“Animals and birds are frequently in communication with them: The hawk flies away and spreads the news of the fight at Adasin  (p. 90); at the bidding of Dalonágan a spider spins a web about the town (p. 124); and Aponitolau is enabled to fulfill the labors assigned him by the ten-headed giant only through the aid of spiders, ants, and flies (p. 101).”
“When he reaches the spring which belongs to the ten-headed giant Giambólan, he kills all the girls, who are there getting water, and takes their heads.”
“The ten-headed Ravana carried off the wife of Ramchundra!”
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A list of terms for things with many heads, including animal monsters, plants, human and animal chimera, mythical beings, &c., including the terms to describe them.
A roster of adjectives that infrequently surface in typical conversation and writing. Many are dredged from scientific or other technical jargon or sieved from examples of disused archaic forms.
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