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At these times the Callisto recoiled slightly also, the resulting motion in either being in inverse ratio to its weight.
But, to save the character of Artemis, Callisto was now represented as one of her nymphs.Modern Mythology|Andrew Lang
Already they had swung out to a new orbit between those of Ganymede and Callisto.The Copper-Clad World|Harl Vincent
Most of all he thought of Callisto and the iridium fields, which would mean much more tsith.One Purple Hope!|Henry Hasse
At such times the Callisto also glowed, and itself recoiled slightly.
fourth moon of Jupiter; in classical mythology a nymph, mother of Arcas by Zeus, turned to a bear by Hera, from Greek kallistos, superlative of kalos "beautiful." Feminized as proper name Callista.