Watching the wonderful world of pandora and all the Na'vi made me want to be one of them.
“To me, the live-action part of Avatar was equally remarkable” as the computer-generated world of pandora, he says.
It worked at home as a secondary computer to run pandora through the stereo and such tasks.
I guarantee that if you take this walking trip on pandora, you will want to take it again...and again...and again.
pandora, for her part, muses, “Fat itself was depressing, which made him fatter.”
There were nearly five hundred more—five hundred human beings on board the pandora!
The story of the pandora has been told in all its terrible details.
I shall make him take back the box, though it were pandora's.
Hope alone remained, and this because pandora quickly closed the box.
pandora sobbed: "No, no, I am afraid; there are so many troubles with stings flying about that we do not want any more?"
1570s, in Greek mythology, the first mortal woman, made by Hephaestus and given as a bride to Epimetheus, from Greek pandora "all-gifted" (or perhaps "giver of all"), from pan "all" (see pan-) + doron "gift," from PIE root *do- "to give" (see date (n.1)).
Pandora's box (1570s) refers to her gift from Zeus, which was foolishly opened by Epimetheus, upon which all the contents escaped. They were said to be the host of human ills (escaping to afflict mankind), or, in a later version, all the blessings of the god (escaping to be lost), except Hope, which alone remained.
Parlog extended to allow don't-know nondeterminism.
["Pandora: Non-Deterministic Parallel Logic Programming", R. Bahgat et al, Proc 6th Intl Conf Logic Programming, MIT Press 1989 pp. 471-486].