Pandean

Pandean

(pænˈdiːən)
adj
(Classical Myth & Legend) of or relating to the god Pan
References in classic literature ?
So, Georgiana repairing to her friend, Mr Podsnap went out to dinner, and to dinner, and yet to dinner, arm in arm with Mrs Podsnap: settling his obstinate head in his cravat and shirt-collar, much as if he were performing on the Pandean pipes, in his own honour, the triumphal march, See the conquering Podsnap comes, Sound the trumpets, beat the drums!
No lo duden--ni les desestimen--, porque hay #Hashtags--con temas del momento--que pandean hasta a los mas pintados.
The majority of these were fiddle players, but there were also performers on the Pandean pipes and bass drum (which, as with the pipe and tabor combination noted above, required only a single player), harp, hammered dulcimer, and, during the latter part of the nineteenth century, melodeon and concertina.
Los elementos de lamina delgada tienen espesores muy pequenos en comparacion con su ancho y se pandean bajo esfuerzos pequenos que resultan de cargas de compresion, de flexion, de corte o de aplastamiento.
They're also formulated for Pandean or PAN (pasteurized, all-natural, and nutrient-dense) diets.
In stanza one, we are told he is not actually playing the flute: "Yea, though he is not playing, / His hand a flute Pandean grips / Across one hole a finger laying" (SS, p.
17) Typically depicted holding an organ resembling Pandean pipes, St.
The Pandean Players, a classical string quintet that performs more than 100 times a year in the region, lost 11 percent of its budget and had to discontinue discounts for students and senior citizens.
The walls were well clayed between the logs, which were large and round, except on the upper and under sides, and as visible inside as out, successive bulging cheeks gradually lessening upwards and tuned to each other with the axe, like Pandean pipes.