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Proteus

noun as in Jekyll and Hyde

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Amazon snapped up warehouse robotics company Kiva Systems in 2012 and Canvas Technology in 2019 and recently launched its first "fully autonomous" robot, called "Proteus," which looks like an industrial-strength Roomba.

The robot is called Proteus, and Amazon says it can safely navigate around human employees, unlike some of its past robots that it kept separated in a caged area.

However, the current thinking is that Merrick may have suffered from Proteus syndrome.

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.

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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to proteus, such as: frog, salamander, toad, caecilian, caudate, and hyla.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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