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Medusa -- from Greek mythology
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Don Quixote
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  • …apartment, and do not, by any further declaration of your passion, compel me to show myself more ungrateful; and if, of the love you bear me, you should find that there is anything else in my power wherein I can gratify you, provided it be not love itself, demand it of me; for I swear to you by that sweet absent enemy of mine to grant it this instant, though it be that you require of me a lock of Medusa’s hair, which was all snakes, or even the very beams of the sun shut up in a vial."

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  • The fashion company, Versace, uses the image of Medusa as a trademark.
  • Medusa yelled, her snake-hair hissing and spitting.
    Rick Riordan  --  The Lightning Thief

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