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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A demigod.

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  • Ah, what better than having an effigy of the semi-god you worship…

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  • He thought Gordon a semi-god, a worker of miracles, and urged the putting up of a monument to him at once in the public plaza, to which Albert objected, on the ground that it would be too suggestive of an idol; and to which Stedman also objected, but for the less unselfish reason that it would "be in the way of the pitcher's box."

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  • He thought Gordon a semi-god, a worker of miracles, and urged the putting up of a monument to him at once in the public plaza, to which

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  • He thought Gordon a semi-god, a worker of miracles, and urged the putting up of a monument to him at once in the public plaza, to which Albert objected, on the ground that it would be too suggestive of an idol; and to which Stedman also objected, but for the less unselfish reason that it would "be in the way of the pitcher's box."

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  • He thought Gordon a semi-god, a worker of miracles, and urged the putting up of a monument to him at once in the public plaza, to which Albert objected, on the ground that it would be too suggestive of an idol; and to which Stedman also objected, but for the less unselfish reason that it would "be in the way of the pitcher's box."

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  • When I was diagnosed my diabetologist would have received his medical training in the late 1950s early 1960s I guess and his teachers would have been practising medicine in the pre and post-war periods where doctors, like teachers, lawyers and policemen, were seen as semi-god like creatures.

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  • When I was diagnosed my diabetologist would have received his medical training in the late 1950s early 1960s I guess and his teachers would have been practising medicine in the pre and post-war periods where doctors, like teachers, lawyers and policemen, were seen as semi-god like creatures.

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  • When I was diagnosed my diabetologist would have received his medical training in the late 1950s early 1960s I guess and his teachers would have been practising medicine in the pre and post-war periods where doctors, like teachers, lawyers and policemen, were seen as semi-god like creatures.

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  • To put it in a nutshell: Hideki Kaji is a semi-god.

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  • The Inca was a semi-god and the son of Inti, the main deity of the Quechua people.

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