cyclops cyclops  /ˈsaɪ ˌklɔps/


  1. (n) (Greek mythology) one of a race of giants having a single eye in the middle of their forehead
  2. (n) minute free-swimming freshwater copepod having a large median eye and pear-shaped body and long antennae used in swimming; important in some food chains and as intermediate hosts of parasitic worms that affect man e.g. Guinea worms


  • With Arp's curvaceous Forms in lavender and bright blue, Cocteau's red-eyed cyclops, Ernst's Poet as well as his playful, milky-white Pekinese, Klein's nudes splayed against the .


  • Purge Solutions Now Have Certification Issued by UL for Its CYCLOPS Y and Z -Purge Indicators

    Purge Solutions has been issued certification by UL, file number E347373, for its CYCLOPS Y Z – Purge Indicator purge / pressurization systems.  These systems are low cost, are simple to install, are easy to use, are highly reliable and are maintenance free.  Standard features include: an enclosure exhaust vent which is incorporated in the indicator casing, a local LED and remote dry ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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  1. As quoted from USA TODAY, "the robot Cyclops-turned-laser-cannon, who became dictator of their home world of Cybertron after the other Autobots and Decepticons journeyed to Earth."
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Michael Bay Source: Onion Kid

  2. "Real ale is an incredibly complex drink with an enormous range of styles and tastes," said Camra's Tony Jerome. "Cyclops will demystify real ale so drinkers will know what a beer will look, smell and taste like before they part with their...
    on Aug 2, 2006 By: St Jerome Source: Independent Online

  3. Rousseau adds, "The Greeks lived in peace in the cave of Cyclops awaiting their turn to be devoured".
    on May 16, 2008 By: Jean-Jacques Rousseau Source:

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