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Kalliope

[kuh-lahy-uh-pee] /kəˈlaɪ ə pi/
noun, Classical Mythology.
1.
calliope (def 2).
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  • Kalliope was never beaten by her grandfather with osier rods.

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  • Kalliope rowed easily and was well content to go on rowing all day.

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  • Kalliope did not understand the questions, but guessed at what her mistress asked.

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  • Then Kalliope, memory wakened in her, grew suddenly hopeful.

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  • Kalliope stood all the time at the far end of the balcony watching the Queen.

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  • Phillips and Kalliope watched her from a hiding-place near the village.

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  • Kalliope spent some time trying to rub the dirt off the front of her frock.

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  • Before the next day was over Kalliope thought better of Phillips.

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  • They had left Kalliope at the boat, but she had not stayed there.

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  • Kalliope pointed to the harbour with a finger which trembled with excitement.

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