Mt. Olympus

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Noun1.Mt. Olympus - a mountain peak in northeast Greece near the Aegean coastMt. Olympus - a mountain peak in northeast Greece near the Aegean coast; believed by ancient Greeks to be the dwelling place of the gods (9,570 feet high)
Ellas, Greece, Hellenic Republic - a republic in southeastern Europe on the southern part of the Balkan peninsula; known for grapes and olives and olive oil
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(After Oct 15, the road is only open weekends, so be sure to check conditions first.) From the visitor center at 5,242 feet (get your national park passport stamped!), hike the 1-mile round-trip High Ridge Trail for views of glacier-clad Mt. Olympus and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
She lost that pulpit partly because she unwisely, in my humble view, ventured occasionally into the murky political thicket without first securing the support of her colleagues in Mt. Olympus, thereby incurring the ire of the god of the political plains with 'You have now become my enemy.'
If the kids won't stop yammering about staying at water park resort, opt for Mt. Olympus All Inclusive Camp Resort -- your stay includes access to the ginormous water park.
He scaled Mt. Olympus in one night playing all four piano concertos of Rachmaninov and got away with it.
In my version, Prometheus would steal gunpowder, nuclear weapons, and the makings of killer robots and bury them deep in a cave on Mt. Olympus. To save human beings from ourselves.
Communicating and successfully sharing the results of the plan also required more effort than an administrative email from Mt. Olympus. Too often, such messages are instantly disregarded or deleted by faculty and staff who either feel no sense of ownership or worse--who think that the process is over, when it is really just beginning.
By considering the capital markets, we see that it is the day traders who will act as the gods from Mt. Olympus with the capacity to cause tragedy or triumph within a single eight-hour trading day.
Enter the gates of Mt. Olympus and discover the magic of the ancient immortals as they come alive in their sensual relationships and rekindle the romances that have made them famous.
Turns out, all was not "ideal" on Mt. Olympus. Zeus produced a child by himself (all in a day's work for a god) and this miffed his wife who did the same, resulting in Hephaestus.
Ascutney his Mt. Olympus. When Saint-Gaudens invited students and other artists to visit the area, the Cornish Arts Colony quickly became the epicenter of the American Renaissance.
Adding the Athena brand to DS Waters' rich history of regional brands--including Hinckley Springs, Spar-kletts, Kentwood Springs, Alhambra, Mt. Olympus, Sierra Springs, Belmont Springs and Crystal Springs--was a natural fit.
For years, the Belly Buster was the world's largest hamburger until the Clinton Station Diner in Clinton, NJ topped it with the Mt. Olympus, which consists of 25 pounds of meat, weighs more than 50 pounds total, takes more than an hour to prepare, costs $99 and is meant for a team of five to consume within three hours.