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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The typical genus of a branchiate gastropods of the family Elysiidæ, having well-developed tentacles and the sides of the body with wing-like expansions.

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  • The single exception is a planet called Elysia, charted 107 Federation Standard Years ago by the U. ss Clarion.

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  • Pierce has been studying the unique creatures, officially called Elysia chlorotica, for about 20 years. "

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  • Elysia Murphy, a spokeswoman for the Administration for Children's Services, said the agency is working with the NYPD to investigate Ryan's death.

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  • Both nights are usually Elysia where the kindred meet and plot their plans together.

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  • The plot sometimes passes people by because they couldn't see the whole picture, and the organisation is very ambitious in making sure that the actions of players have impact on the world outside the Elysia.

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  • Elysia Murphy , a spokeswoman for the New York City Administration for Children's Services, said two other children living with Ms. Cummings have been removed and placed in another foster care home.

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  • An interesting relationship between Elysia chlorotica and algae ...

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  • Adonai were the ruling elite of Elysia—some called them divinities or angels, and for good reason.

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  • But most all of them have left the city or gone back to Elysia because they prefer light to darkness.

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  • Nymphs had a passionate and devoted relationship with nature, and they, along with the sidhé fae from Elysia and the darkling fae from Charbydon, had been the foundation for much of Celtic mythology when they settled in parts of the British Isles and Europe during the Neolithic Age.

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