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undine

 [un´dēn]
a small glass flask for irrigating the eye.

un·dine

(ŭn'dēn, -dīn),
A small glass flask that was used in irrigation of the conjunctiva.
[Mod. L. undina, fr. L. unda, wave]
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The second part of this nautical challenge sees Griff trying to assemble a crew for his vintage yacht race, as his lovingly restored wooden boat, Undina, takes on her sister ship.
And even Griff doesn't fully understand the rules of yacht racing himself, so Team Undina must now rope in some professionals.
After the success of their previous endeavour, when Dara, Griff Rhys Jones and Rory McGrath rowed up the Thames in a skiff, the three funnymen take to the water again in Griff's beloved vintage yacht, The Undina.
There, in a week's time they'll race against The Undina's sister ship.
After the success of their previous endeavour when Dara, Griff Rhys Jones and Rory McGrath rowed up the Thames in a skiff, they're back on the water in Griff's beloved vintage yacht, The Undina.
Then he considers arachnids, invertebrates, and lepidoptera in such works as Jeremias Gotthelf's 1842 Die schwarze Spinne and tragedy and Zarathustra in Nietzsche; avian and serpentine in Richard Wagner's Lohengrin (1845-48), the Leda myth in Goethe's Faust II (1832), and other works; myriad arboreal, mammalian, feline, and lupine transformations such as Herbert Eulenberg's 1913 Katinka, die Fliege and of course Hermann Hesse's 1927 Der Steppenwolf among others; melusinas, nymphs, water sprites, and undinas in Hans Christian Anderson's Den lille havfrue (1837), Thomas Mann's mermaids, and others; and Christoph Ransmayr's 1988 Die Letzte Welt.