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Others are scattered apparently randomly: an Athena here, a horse or a satyr there, among bulls’ heads, griffins, sphinxes, garden urns or busts of 5th-century B.C. Athenian philosopher Socrates and the 19th-century Greek poet Dionysios Solomos.
Another yields seal stones carved with intricate designs: three reclining bulls; a griffin with outstretched wings.
Inside, skeletons of a lion, a boar, a griffin and a few other animals decorate the shelves.
Griffins repeat Grossmont College won the Chet DeVore Award for athletic superiority in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference in the 2016-17 school year.
The Griffins roster features 18 players who entered the postseason with playoff experience, including three who won the Calder Cup with the team in 2013.
From the Latin root monstrum, a divine messenger of catastrophe, then adapted by the Old French to mean an animal of myriad origins: centaur, griffin, satyr.
The Griffins have singles players Ryan Mitchell and Nikhil Piska and the doubles teams of Declan Merbeth-Will Cooley and Weston Dell-Matt Zuccato alive in consolation play.
Related: After those two, the list of Griffins who may make the Wings better in the near future gets sparse.
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Origin and Etymology of griffin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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in stories : an animal that is half eagle and half lion
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