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  • n  (Greek mythology) a mythical monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man; slain by Theseus

  • The show's themes and Chiklis' brooding, minotaur-like physicality invite comparison with that Urtext of male antiheroes, The Sopranos.
  • Finally, as one minotaur gained the upper hand, his vanquished foe either left the burrow of his own accord or was actually pushed out by the winner (who invariably turned out .
  • Pablo Picasso rampaged like a minotaur through modern art's china shop.

  • Aleka Papariga in Athens News Agency
    From 15 years old until deep old age, young people will be condemned to live and work for one purpose only: to preserve the capitalist Minotaur,Papariga said.
  • Frank Black in Wired News
    The Minotaur is not for someone who hasn't heard the Pixies first. If that's what you're after, it might be more appropriate to burn it off the internet for free,Black Francis told Wired.com as we launched a giveaway of the rock legend's...
  • Harrison Birtwistle in guardian.co.uk
    That was one of the challenges of doing the piece,Birtwistle says. "We're used to only seeing the beast side of the Minotaur. We don't usually look at it and think: half of this is human. We think, that's really an animal. We're used to...

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