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pleiades

An obsolete term for an aggregate of lymph nodes; e.g., localised lymphadenopathy.
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There is nothing else like the Pleiades star cluster in the sky.
The Incas, who unified the central Andes in the 15th Century and were conquered by the Spaniards in 1532, worshipped and closely observed the Pleiades.
[11] DAWN: Venus, low in the east, lines up with the Pleiades above it and orange Aldebaran below it.
And below the Pleiades near the bright orange star Aldebaran is the Hyades cluster, the bright stars of which form up into an arrowhead shape.
The new system will be integrated into the Pleiades supercomputer.
As ever with Barry's pieces, Pleiades (based on the star names of the constellation) is hugely experimental and allows the performers to make choices and improvise within a framework - in essence all the performers became co-composers.
QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 The Pleiades; 2 They had flippers or paddles; 3 The Moonlight Sonata; 4 Rudyard Kipling; 5 Little worms.
Get up-close and personal with the stars in the Pleiades cluster, their white light bathed in a halo of royal blue.
Two other legends, his pursuit of the Pleiades and his death from a scorpion 's sting as a result of trying to ravage Artemis, are astronomical myths that try to explain the relative positions of the constellations Orion, the Pleiades, and the Scorpion.
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For example, some Pleiades members rotate in just six hours, whereas the Sun takes a leisurely 25 days to complete one turn.
An open star cluster which is easy to find in the sky at the moment is known as the Pleiades or "the seven sisters".