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Contemporary Examples of vulcan
The Queen currently has three Dorgis named Cider, Candy and Vulcan.Royals And Royalist On Vacation
August 9, 2013
Kevin Fallon straps on Vulcan ears and explores the niche matchmaking trend.
Count Trekkies among the group giving that idea the Vulcan salute.
Vulcan (noun) Alien humanoids who live by logic and reason and suppress emotion.‘Star Trek’ for Dummies: Get Ready for ‘Into Darkness’ With Our Primer
May 14, 2013
The Queen now owns just two Corgis: Willow and Holly and two Dorgis: Candy and Vulcan.Queen's James Bond Clip Corgi Dies, Buried at Balmoral
September 10, 2012
Historical Examples of vulcan
If there were any connection between the fate of the Minnie B and the Vulcan?
The light was moving toward the Vulcan and at a high rate of speed.
Another month's supplies, sir—most of the stores was on the Vulcan, sir.
A sudden shift of the rudder shook the Vulcan from peak to keelson.
Caradoc's narrative was oddly prophetic of the fate of the Vulcan.
god of fire and metal-work in Roman mythology, 1510s, from Latin Vulcanus, a word of Etruscan origin. Often with allusions to his lameness and the unfaithfulness of his wife, Venus. As the name of a hypothetical planet between Mercury and the Sun, it is attested from 1870. The Roman feast of Vulcanalia was on Aug. 23.