bident

bident

(ˈbɪdənt)
n
an instrument with two prongs
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These weapons are indeed the secret for Perseus' victory: by reuniting Zeus' thunderbolt, Poseidon's trident and Hades' less known pitchfork (also called the bident, which has been often represented in Renaissance paintings as accompanying the god of the underworld) he could form the Spear of Trium, the only weapon that can defeat Cronos.
A qual, por sua vez, Christophe Bident explora particularmente em seu artigo ao confrontar a experiencia da dramatizacao no trabalho de formacao do ator por Stanislavski a "experiencia interior" de Bataille.
Bident arrived in the Iraqi capital -- Baghdad on Monday, August 30, 2010.
The Brazilian specimen features agree with those of the typical form (Figures 1-10): head and carapace surface covered with long hairs; head broad and without supraocular depression; antennule and antenna densely ciliated; anterior seta on the penultimate segment of the female's first trunk limb toothed; postabdomen with seven to ten lateral feathered teeth and one short bident tooth; ephippium with two eggs, and covered with brown polygonal cells; males hairy, with bent antennules, first trunk limb with large hook on the endopodite and long seta on the exopodite.
Or at least, in a gesture to which Christophe Bident, Leslie Hill, and Michael Holland have in particular drawn our attention, he seems to have enjoyed encoding references to its date, or near-misses, in and around his works, sometimes even in the date of their depot legal.
(27.) Sections of Derrida's reading of Blanchot have been published as "'Maurice Blanchot est mort'" in Christophe Bident and Pierre Vilar, eds., Maurice Blanchot: Recits critiques (Tours: Farrago, 2003).
372) in shaft grave IV at Mycenae, a bident of Late Helladic (LH) IIA date comes from a tomb at Routsi (Demakopoulou 1988, no.