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Cyclops

 [si´klops]
a genus of minute crustaceans, species of which act as hosts of Diphyllobothrium and Dracunculus.

cyclops

 [si´klops]
a malformed fetus exhibiting cyclopia. Called also monops and monophthalmus.

cy·clops

(sī'klops),
A person with cyclopia.
Synonym(s): monoculus (1) , monophthalmus, monops
[see cyclopia]

Cyclops

/Cy·clops/ (si´klops) a genus of minute crustaceans, species of which are hosts of Diphyllobothrium and Dracunculus.

cyclops

/cy·clops/ (si´klops) a fetus exhibiting cyclopia.

cyclops

See cyclopia.

Cyclops

a genus of minute crustaceans with terrestrial life cycles, some species of which act as hosts of Diphyllobothrium and Dracunculus spp. Called also water flea.

cyclops

a monster exhibiting cyclopia.
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The Cyclops syndrome, described in 1990 by Jackson and Schaefer, is characterized by a neo-proliferative fibrous nodule, impinging on the inter-condylar notch when the knee is extended and acting as a mechanical extension block.
There was a large soft tissue mass emanating from the superior part of the notch consistent with inverted cyclops lesion (Fig.
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This loose attitude to time serves not only as a compositional device governing the sequence of adventures, but also as a thematic motif that occurs both in the dramatic exchange prefacing the Cyclops episode and in the episode itself.
The Data Logging System--which is suitable for use with the Cyclops 300AF/300bAF.
Cyclops insists that its dash-top detector system is fully legal, costing pounds 370.
In spite of the increases in the number of cameras around the country, according to Cyclops you are still most likely to be caught speeding on camera in London and the South-east.
By offering a powerful three-layer warning system, Cyclops alerts and protects the driver to the changing speed conditions controlled by safety cameras.
Steve Wreford, of Cyclops, explained: "Drivers benefit from an audible warning of cameras 800 metres away, a clear display of the speed limit and a combined audible and visible alert if they are approaching too fast.
The one-eyed, savage giant called Cyclops remained a mystery, submerged in the myths and imagery of men at sea and women who wait for them, told through story and song.
Not permitted much in the way of personalities, the other X-Men - Storm (Halle Berry), who controls weather; Jean Grey (Famke Janssen), a telekinetic psychic; and Cyclops (James Marsden), whose eyes emit death rays and, if they could, dirty looks at the animalistically attractive Wolverine, a rival for Jean's affections - try to convince the conflicted recruits that humans aren't all that bad.
Cyclops - a grotesque and poignant presence that had been there all the time.