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  • n. A one-eyed giant from Greek and Roman mythology.
  • n. A one-eyed creature of any species.


Latin, from Ancient Greek κύκλωψ (kýklōps). (Wiktionary)


  • With their lies. deceit.corruption, spin, backstabing, dodgy docs, ect have made this country the laughing stock of the western world they were'nt john major and his bunch of feckless spivs. back to basics remember that used the lawyers to cover up the fact he was shagging edwina curry pass the mental bleach bit like dave will get in cause he's not cyclops laughing stock of the western world fraid not silvio has that title cyclops team did'nt even make the play offs

    Army Rumour Service

  • The cyclops is a big red monster with two flattened horns on his forehead, appearing on the cover of a comic that's already been noted to have more than a passing similarity to Hellboy.

    Robot 13 makes the Hellboy comparison a little more explicit

  • He would call his cyclops and ask about the delay.

    Conan the Indomitable

  • '. .. called cyclops because, as you can see, it has a single eye situated in the centre of its forehead.

    My Family and Other Animals

  • Fat PM Gordon "cyclops" Brown flies Union flag upside down.

    Fat PM Gordon "cyclops" Brown flies Union flag upside down.

  • Who is lying Boris or James Gordon "cyclops" Brown?

    Who is lying Boris or James Gordon "cyclops" Brown?

  • Gordon "cyclops" Brown launches new internet watchdog

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Russel Brand/Jonathan Ross - A pair of wankers post 3 - James Gordon "cyclops" Brown has his eye on them...

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • El Gordon "cyclops" Brown - Crushing liberty & freedom step by small step.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Much like we were by our embittered old queen Gordon "cyclops" Brown.

    Archive 2008-06-01


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  • "There are many uncertainties about the time of colonisation, the phylogenetic relationships and the taxonomic status of dwarf elephants on the Mediterranean islands. Extinction of the insular dwarf elephants has not been correlated with the arrival in the islands of man. Furthermore, it has been suggested by the palaeontologist Othenio Abel in 1914, that the finding of skeletons of such elephants sparked the idea that they belonged to giant cyclopses, because the center nasal opening was thought to be a cyclopic eye socket."


    August 10, 2015