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Notwithstanding His immutability, God is, in all the religions of this world, a veritable Proteus.
Proteus had charge of the great flock of sea-calves which fed on the soft seaweed and basked in the warm sands near his cave.
When Aristus saw Proteus fast asleep, he stepped cautiously up to him and bound him with strong fetters.
Proteus is called the Carpathian wizard because his cave was on the island of Pharos, or Carpathos.
Suppose we take the act of Perigrinus Proteus burning himself at Olympia.
THE AESTHETICAL ESSAYSFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
In the female Proteus, on the other hand, the separation into a Mllerian duct and a ureter is quite complete.
It is precisely because Goethe is an elusive Proteus that all doctrines may equally claim him.
Thirdly Proteus has seen Ulysses in an ocean isle with the nymph Calypso who detains him though eager to get away.
HOMER'S ODYSSEYDENTON J. SNIDER
In the very names of Proteus and Eidothea we feel the intention, the conscious etymology which borders on personification.
HOMER'S ODYSSEYDENTON J. SNIDER
The story of Proteus itself is Protean, and must be grasped in its essence through all its appearances.
HOMER'S ODYSSEYDENTON J. SNIDER

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