lernaean

lernaean

(lɜːˈniːən)
adj
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth relating to Lerna, the swamp or lake near Argos in which dwelt the Hydra which Hercules slew
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Indeed, chimeric monoclonal antibodies (named after the Greek mythological monstrous hybrid chimera, composed of parts of more than one animal such a lion, with the head of a goat fire-breathing, a tail end with snake's head, and which is one of the offspring of Typhon and Echidna and a sibling of monsters Cerberus and the Lernaean Hydra) such as anti-TNF-[alpha], non-TNF blocking, and the epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitors have induced hypersensitivity reactions including Kounis syndrome up to 25.7%, platinum agents up to 27%, and taxanes up to 30% (76,77).
And you can be in Lerna in half an hour, home to the Lernaean Hydra.
The slaying of the Lernaean Hydra was the second labour of Hercules and he had a tough time doing it.
In Greek mythology, the Lernaean Hydra was an ancient nameless serpent like chthonic water beast (as its name evinces) that possessed many heads and for each head cut off it grew two more and poisonous breath so virulent even her tracks were deadly.
Traditionally the capture of the boar is Heracles' fourth labor for Eurystheus, after the killing of the Nemean lion and the Lernaean hydra and after the capture of the Ceryneian hind of Artemis.
Power in unison, as it were, instead of fighting this Lernaean Hydra one at a time.
The Sangh Parivar is like the proverbial Lernaean Hydra, the many-headed serpent of Greek mythology.
Moreover, Castoriadis points out quite emphatically that modern science produces more enigmas than solutions: "Solving a problem implies always the creation of other problems, every Lernaean Hydras' severed head makes many germinate, while our ultimate questions do not diminish as time goes by.
Further, once a file or URL is removed in response to a takedown notice, it may immediately pop right back up in multiple new locations -- not unlike a Lernaean Hydra that grows back two heads for every one that is cut off.
In it, Hercules battles the multiheaded Lernaean hydra water monster, the behemoth Erymanthian boar and the massive Nemean lion.
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