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Tyche

(ˈtaɪkɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth the goddess of fortune. Roman counterpart: Fortuna
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Noun1.Tyche - (Greek mythology) the goddess of fortuneTyche - (Greek mythology) the goddess of fortune; identified with Roman Fortuna
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
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15) who with the lord Apollo and the Rivers have youths in their keeping -- to this charge Zeus appointed them -- Peitho, and Admete, and Ianthe, and Electra, and Doris, and Prymno, and Urania divine in form, Hippo, Clymene, Rhodea, and Callirrhoe, Zeuxo and Clytie, and Idyia, and Pasithoe, Plexaura, and Galaxaura, and lovely Dione, Melobosis and Thoe and handsome Polydora, Cerceis lovely of form, and soft eyed Pluto, Perseis, Ianeira, Acaste, Xanthe, Petraea the fair, Menestho, and Europa, Metis, and Eurynome, and Telesto saffron-clad, Chryseis and Asia and charming Calypso, Eudora, and Tyche, Amphirho, and Ocyrrhoe, and Styx who is the chiefest of them all.
The only explanation that I've got for crude's rally despite the bearish EIA numbers is that it's the typical month end/quarter end "window dressing" phenomenon," said Tariq Zahir at Tyche Capital Advisors in Laurel Hollow, New York.
Tyche, a San Jose, California-based company that plans to use finance and insurance data to build predictive models of legal risk.
From another angle, DAVENPORT & TYCHE (2013) gave several examples of the use of big data by companies (Box 5: a sample) indicating the goal, the scope of the use and the technologies being used.
When these things go lower, they tend to go much farther than people anticipated," said Tariq Zahir at Tyche Capital.
One of Gaza's favored Greek deities is Tyche, the "blind mistress of fortune," whose capriciousness is used to explain the cruel vicissitudes of fate.
Even rarer is a 12cm-high statuette of the seated goddess Cybele or Tyche, carved --no mean feat--out of chalcedony (Fig.
Sometimes referred to as Nemesis or Tyche, this world was believed to be either a jumbo planet or a relatively small star that periodically traveled through the Kuiper Belt--the distant domain of short-period comets--sending a host of these icy visitors with flashing, thrashing tails screaming into the inner regions of the solar system where Earth is situated.
The numismatic evidence is less informative, suggesting only that certain statues were on view at the sanctuary during the second and early third centuries (table 5: Pan, Tyche, Zeus, and Maia?
Zeus' daughter, Tyche, is the goddess of fortune and luck.
If the Fed decides to trim stimulus, "that could definitely put a little hiccup in the market," Tariq Zahir, managing member of Tyche Capital Advisors in New York, told The Wall Street Journal.
This crown is neither the mural crown (embattlement) of the fate-deity Tyche nor the laurel wreath which adorns Greek and Roman heroes as a token of victory or honour.