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And if you scroll down the complete Midas List, some visible trends begin to emerge.
And of the 96 men on the Midas List, the overwhelming majority appear to be white, including every single member of the Top 10.
You end up at the ER in the first place when probably you needed a Midas.
So then why end up here versus the primary care equivalent of a Midas for a simple checkup?
But lately critics have wondered whether Midas has lost his touch.Will Smith’s ‘After Earth’ Is Terrible. Has He Lost His Mojo?|Kevin Fallon|May 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He drew designs for engravers, and etched a Judgment of Midas.Art in England|Dutton Cook
But though every one knew the truth King Midas continued to wear his wig, and no one ever saw the real size of his ears.
Midas, overjoyed at his good fortune, hastened back to his palace, and on the way he hesitatingly tried his new power.
Midas did as he was instructed, and came away from the river a wiser and happier, though a poorer man.
It was of course the shadow of the Midas statue, which the boys had never permitted to be restored to its pristine state.Magnum Bonum|Charlotte M. Yonge
British Dictionary definitions for Midas (1 of 2)
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Cultural definitions for Midas
In classical mythology, a king who was granted one wish by the god Dionysus. Greedy for riches, Midas wished that everything he touched would turn to gold. He soon regretted his request. When he tried to eat, his food became inedible metal. When he embraced his daughter, she turned into a golden statue. On the instruction of Dionysus, he washed in a river and lost his touch of gold.