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ANOTHER BLOW -- SYRINGOMYELIA

Good morning, all. I kept the promise to myself on Friday that my post for Celebrate the Small Things would be all positive. I did that. 407 more words

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Syrinx

According to Bulfinch’s Mythology, Syrinx (Greek Óõñéãî) was a nymph and a follower of Artemis, known for her chastity. Pursued by the amorous Greek god Pan, she ran to the river’s edge and beseeched succor from the river nymphs. 49 more words

Syrinx

Syrinx

According to Bulfinch’s Mythology, Syrinx (Greek Óõñéãî) was a nymph and a follower of Artemis, known for her chastity. Pursued by the amorous Greek god Pan, she ran to the river’s edge and beseeched succor from the river nymphs. 49 more words

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Album of the Day: Syrinx, "Tumblers From the Vault"

After a tumultuous decade of musical experimentation lead by Cage and Boulez in the concert hall and the Beatles on the radio, the ’70s lurched forward. 556 more words

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The Electronic Experimentations of Syrinx

Syrinx. Photo by Bart Schoales.

The short-lived Toronto band Syrinx didn’t fit in anywhere, musically. That fact becomes abundantly clear listening to Tumblers From the Vault… 1,286 more words

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FACT FOOD #617

The term ‘syringe’ comes from the Greek word ‘syrinx’ meaning ‘tube’. In classical Greek mythology, Syrinx was a nymph who was pursued by the amorous god ‘Pan’, and to avoid his advances, Syrinx ran away before her path was cut by river Ladon. 54 more words

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