Definitions for "Odyssey "
Keywords:  homer, odysseus, epic, journey, ithaca
Odyssey is a PIC programming application which can erase, read, and write a variety of PIC microcontrollers. It was originally written to work with the EPIC programmer but it should work with any parallel port programmer.
An epic poem attributed to Homer, which describes the return of Ulysses to Ithaca after the siege of Troy.
Epic poem by Homer recounting Odysseus' journey home after the Trojan war. Begins "in medius res." Symbolic of MSCL characters' struggle to find their place of belonging in the world, especially Rickie.
With his third singer in four albums, Odyssey was released by guitar virtuoso Yngwie J. Malmsteen in March of 1988. Joe Lynn Turner sings on most of the songs, with the three instrumentals being "Bite the Bullet" - a brief intro to "Riot In the Dungeons", "Memories" - the outro to the whole album, and "Krakatau" - a six+ minute piece that contains many themes Yngwie still plays in concert today.
Odyssey is the 25th expert-level . Released in September, 2001, Odyssey is the first set in the Odyssey Block. Its expansion symbol is a small image of the Mirari (see storyline).
Odyssey is the second internationally published album by Hayley Westenra. Her other previous albums with the exception of Pure, were released only in New Zealand and nearby Australia. It was published by the Decca Music Group label in 2005.
Odyssey is a daily talk show of ideas produced by WBEZ Chicago Public Radio. Hosted by Gretchen Helfrich, Odyssey explored topics ranging from religion in the public sphere to reasoning about risk; pacifism to post-national identity; memory to Microsoft; societal views on mental health to the state of marriage.
Keywords:  lillian, lopez, louise, grew, sisters
Odyssey was a New York based, dance music band. It grew out of the talent of the Virgin Islands born Lopez sisters: Lillian Lopez (born 16 November 1945), and Louise Lopez (born 22 February 1943).
Computer program developed at the laboratory for Computer Graphics, Harvard, for overlaying polygon networks.
Keywords:  theorem, lattices, tool, designing
A tool for designing theorem lattices
First-year seminar designed to assist the transition of new students to college.