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  • And as in the words akolouthos and akoitis the a is substituted for an o, so the name Apollon is equivalent to omopolon; only the second l is added in order to avoid the ill-omened sound of destruction (apolon).

    The CRATYLUS

  • The very natives, I have observed with great interest, keep one day at fixed intervals sacred to the Sun-god, whom they call Apollon, perhaps the same word as Apollyon.

    In the Wrong Paradise

  • And as in the words akolouthos and akoitis the alpha is substituted for an omicron, so the name Apollon is equivalent to omopolon; only the second lambda is added in order to avoid the ill-omened sound of destruction (apolon).

    Cratylus

  • "Apollon," I said quietly and emphatically, though I was breathless, "go at once without a minute's delay and fetch the police-officer."

    Notes from the Underground

  • "Apollon," I said quietly and emphatically, though I was breathless,

    Notes from the Underground

  • "Apollon," I whispered in feverish haste, flinging down before him the seven roubles which had remained all the time in my clenched fist,

    Notes from the Underground

  • "Apollon," I whispered in feverish haste, flinging down before him the seven roubles which had remained all the time in my clenched fist, "here are your wages, you see I give them to you; but for that you must come to my rescue: bring me tea and a dozen rusks from the restaurant.

    Notes from the Underground

  • The name "Apollon" suggested "_apollyon," _ Destroying ... the form which is actually used in the Book of Revelation (Rev. ix.

    The Agamemnon of Aeschylus Translated into English Rhyming Verse with Explanatory Notes

  • The northernmost point is the old fishing village of Apollon, close to an ancient marble quarry, famous for a huge male figure, abandoned around 600BC.

    Insiders' guide to Greece

  • The northernmost point is the old fishing village of Apollon, close to an ancient marble quarry, famous for a huge male figure, abandoned around 600BC.

    Insiders' guide to Greece

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