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How to use Athena in a sentence
Newhouse wasn’t picky about the type of company Athena would target.
Athena, on the other hand, provides uncrowded trail access and a reason for visitors to come to a town that’s been riding the economic roller coaster of extraction.
On May 12, the Association for Computing Machinery granted Howard this year’s Athena Lecturer Award, which recognizes women who have made fundamental contributions in computer science.We need to design distrust into AI systems to make them safer|Karen Hao|May 13, 2021|MIT Technology Review
In Seattle, for instance, I met the dynamic Trish May, who launched Athena Partners.
Thus Athena replaces unreason with reason, and revenge with the spirit of clemency.
In the fortunes of war, when it was for defensive aims, Athena took an intense interest and an active part.Greek Sculpture|Estelle M. Hurll
Those on Athena are slaves and it is probable that Earth has been enslaved by now.
Remember that while you're posturing in your little hour of glory on Athena and Earth.
Stars filled the transdimensional viewscreen, the sun of Athena in the center.
We have the cruiser and sixty days from now we'll have Athena.
British Dictionary definitions for Athena
Cultural definitions for Athena
[Roman name Minerva]
The Greek and Roman goddess of wisdom. She had an unusual birth, springing fully grown out of the forehead of her father, Zeus. Athena was one of the goddesses angered by the Judgment of Paris, a Trojan, and she therefore helped the Greeks in the ensuing Trojan War (see also Trojan War). Eventually, she became the protector of Odysseus on his journey home.