The son of Tydeus speared Agastrophus son of Paeon in the hip-joint with his spear.
As he spoke he began stripping the spoils from the son of Paeon, but Alexandrus husband of lovely Helen aimed an arrow at him, leaning against a pillar of the monument which men had raised to Ilus son of Dardanus, a ruler in days of old.
He was praying--raising his voice in thanksgiving at our deliverance--and had just completed a sort of paeon
of gratitude that the thing couldn't climb a tree when without warning it reared up beneath him on its enormous tail and hind feet, and reached those fearfully armed paws quite to the branch upon which he crouched.
The honey-steward who taught Apian mirrors Aelred's father in religion, Bernard of Clairvaux, the Mellifluous Doctor who wrote a Song of Songs commentary, reflected in the name Paeon
(= Moneuptychia paeon
) sister to Paryphthimoides Forster, 1964.
2) In his presidential address to the MLA, entitled "Humanism and Heroism," Said delivered a paeon
to the labors of the pen, again in a pointedly humanistic register.
Purists may hate a remixed bonus of the original signature tune driven by electronic beeps and beats but boy band Busted's indie-pop paeon
Thunderbirds Are Go takes off in all the right places.
I begin with the self-satisfied and, presumably, self-referential paeon
to "moderate citizens" who "are repulsed by cultural imperialism of all varieties.
Yet Melville concludes his "Battle-Pieces" with a paeon
to "America" and the conclusion of the war:
The structural comparability of Jenks's descriptions of these incomparable situations reminds us that the "First Hymn" need not be a song of praise to God, but might well be--humanizing or defiling the genre--a paeon
to a person or a demon.
Ironically, in the confusion of the waning days of the Occupation, audiences seized upon the play as a paeon
to the Resistance, and thus a myth was born.