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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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I really can't comment on the Cyclops thing," he said.
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When researchers checked to see if any of the CYCLOPS genes were neighbors of missing tumor suppressor genes, as Frei had hypothesized two decades earlier, they found that, indeed, many were.
Consultant ear, nose and throat and skull base surgeon Shahz Ahmed said: "The Cyclops offers superior visualisation during complex endoscopic surgical procedures.
On march: Young people from Operation Cyclops in Birmingham holding 200 white balloons - each representing youth projects which may be cut.
Cyclops can survey sewer pipes using CCTV and, if necessary, carry out repairs.
Jack had chosen the name The Cyclops because he thought it was fun to say.
While YAs may be familiar with the Cyclops Polyphemus, the Sirens whose singing lure sailors to certain death, the beautiful Circe who turns men into swine, and the constant Queen Penelope, few of them know of these characters from the text of The Odyssey itself and fewer still have read Homer's epic from cover to cover.
In this paper, I shall attempt to remedy this haste by examining only one episode, Odysseus's adventure with the Cyclops, from the point of view of its use of time, space, and characters.

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