Sabet says the Florida ballot measure was a Trojan horse for legalization and voters were seeing it for what it was.
Following the 2004 movie Troy, starring Brad Pitt, Canakkale bought the Trojan horse used in the film and put it in a public park.
Ryan cloaks his brutal budget in the urgent rhetoric of fiscal responsibility, but that's a Trojan horse.
The most innocuous model law can contain “a Trojan horse” to push a conservative agenda, she adds.
Opponents saw her as a Trojan horse for the ousted president, dubbing her Xiomel, a conflation of the couple's nicknames.
The manifold affections of sense are not simply aggregated in the individual, like the heroes in the Trojan horse.
The next whim of this vain, fantastic, and crazy man, was to prove that the Trojan horse could really have been constructed.
The Trojan horse, the grand successful stratagem, may be considered as the outcome.
There was no lack of guests at the Trojan horse, where we had taken up our abode at Valladolid.
I resolved then and there to see the Trojan horse, but not to get inside of him.
In classical mythology, a large, hollow horse made of wood used by the Greeks to win the Trojan War. The resourceful Odysseus had come up with the plan for the horse. The Greeks hid soldiers inside it and left it outside the gates of Troy. They anchored their ships just out of sight of Troy and left a man behind to say that the goddess Athena would be pleased if the Trojans brought the horse inside the city and honored it. The Trojans took the bait, against the advice of Cassandra and Laocoon. That night the Greek army returned to Troy. The men inside the horse emerged and opened the city gates for their companions. The Greeks sacked the city, thus winning the war.
Note: The story of the Trojan horse is the source of the saying “Beware of Greeks bearing gifts.”
A kind of computer virus: ''Trojan horse'' programing lies in wait to be triggered later, either at a certain day, hour, or minute or when system use or storage reaches a certain level
[1990s+ Computers; fr the wooden horse full of soldiers used by the Greeks to end the siege of Troy]
(Or just "trojan") A term coined by MIT-hacker-turned-NSA-spook Dan Edwards for a malicious, security-breaking program that is disguised as something benign, such as a directory lister, archiver, game or (in one notorious 1990 case on the Mac) a program to find and destroy viruses! A Trojan horse is similar to a back door.
See also RFC 1135, worm, phage, mockingbird.