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Cal·lis·to

 (kə-lĭs′tō)
n.
1. Greek Mythology A nymph, beloved of Zeus and hated by Hera. Hera changed her into a bear, and Zeus then placed her in the sky as the constellation Ursa Major.
2. One of the four brightest satellites of Jupiter. Originally sighted by Galileo, it is the third largest satellite in the solar system.

[Latin, from Greek Kallistō, perhaps from kallistos, superlative of kalos, beautiful.]

Callisto

(kəˈlɪstəʊ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a nymph who attracted the love of Zeus and was changed into a bear by Hera. Zeus then set her in the sky as the constellation Ursa Major

Callisto

(kəˈlɪstəʊ)
n
(Celestial Objects) the second largest (but faintest) of the four Galilean satellites of Jupiter, discovered in 1610 by Galileo. Approximate diameter: 4800 km; orbital radius: 1 883 000 km. See also Galilean satellite

Cal•lis•to

(kəˈlɪs toʊ)

n.
1. a nymph changed into a bear by Hera as punishment for a love affair with Zeus, and then transformed into the constellation Ursa Major.
2. a large moon of the planet Jupiter.
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Have we not seen, or by relation heard, In courts and regal chambers how thou lurk'st, In wood or grove, by mossy fountain-side, In valley or green meadow, to waylay Some beauty rare, Calisto, Clymene, Daphne, or Semele, Antiopa, Or Amymone, Syrinx, many more Too long--then lay'st thy scapes on names adored, Apollo, Neptune, Jupiter, or Pan, Satyr, or Faun, or Silvan?
I'm so happy and we have a huge, huge party now," Vietnam's Portuguese coach Henrique Calisto said while mobbed by raucous fans after Sunday's match.
But his counterpart Henrique Calisto fumed: "The referee wasn't fair, he was supporting Thailand.
The jovian magnetic field is so large that Jupiter's magnetosphere envelopes the planet's galilean moons: Io, Europa, Ganymede and Calisto.
In Calisto the Genius of England summons up a naval hero and a military hero (representing James Duke of York and the Duke of Monmouth) and the naval hero is accompanied by sea gods and tritons, like Neptune's tritons and mermaids in England's Glory.
Rhydian Roberts in the prestigious Birmingham Conservatoire's production of La Calisto in 2004.
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Sexton, who served a five-year apprenticeship with Harry Wragg, got off the mark with victory on Calisto at Wolverhampton in 1966, and had spells as first jockey to Geoff Lewis and Pat Haslam.
2) The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (left to right) Juggernaut (Vinnie Jones), Kid Omega (Ken Leung), Magneto (Ian McKellen), Multiple Man (Eric Dane), Calisto (Dania Ramirez), Pyro (Aaron Stanford) and Arclight (Omahyra) are joined by Jean Grey/Dark Phoenix (Famke Janssen), as they ready for the war to end all wars.
In what Forbes called "Europe's Enron," Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi and a number of top officials were arrested.
Following a complete list of plays and fragments, acknowledgments, and abbreviations (viii-xvi), this volume includes an introduction (1-12) and entries on 104 plays: Albion Knight (fragment); All for Money; Apius and Virginia; The Ashmole Fragment; The Bugbears; Calisto and Melebea; Cambises; The Cambridge Prologue; The Castle of Perseverance; Christ's Burial; Christ's Resurrection; Clyomon and Clamydes, Common Conditions; The Conflict of Conscience; The Contention between Liberality and Prodigality; The Conversion of St.
In fact, revivals of such works as La Calisto, Xerse and Ormindo have firmly established Cavalli (1602-1676) as one of most important opera composers after Monteverdi.