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  • s  based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity

  • When the government submitted an affidavit in the Supreme Court last week saying "mythological texts" could not "incontrovertibly prove" the existence of Lord Rama or the simian .
  • Blagojevich has been in and out of Manhattan since his pre-dawn arrest, last winter, peddling the line that he comes from a mythological realm in which Lake Michigan, like Avernus .
  • While impromptu foot and horseback parades had been a regular New Orleans occurrence for decades, it was in 1857 that the first "krewe" private groups with semi-mythological .

  • Cem Karaca in Today's Zaman
    The sculptors will build sculptures of mythologic incidents and heroes in Egyptian, Greek, Scandinavian, Japanese, Chinese, Maya, Aztec and Turkish cultures,Karaca said.

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