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- However, the name does bear similarity to the name of a lake that Herodotus refers to when discussing the location of the labyrinth: “it is situated a little above the lake of Moiris”.
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- 29 titled “Labyrinth.” It is a work pairing text and image. “I didn't ever think of those two things going together before,” Moore said.
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- The old Penn Station, which stood from 1910 to 1963 and was hailed as a masterpiece in the Beaux-Arts style, is virtually unrecognizable as the underground labyrinth it is today.
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- If you want a quick refresher on what vertigo feels like, think back to spinning around on a merry-go-round and then stepping off. You're standing still, but it feels as though you, or your surroundings, are still moving.
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- In a 4 March hearing it emerged a family doctor had advised Marios Iliopoulos not to travel due to a bout of labyrinthitis, an ear condition that causes dizziness and nausea. Iliopoulos was due to be cross-examined at a two-day hearing scheduled for.
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