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Pegasus -- from Greek mythology
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Hard Times
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  • CHAPTER VI — SLEARY’S HORSEMANSHIP THE name of the public-house was the Pegasus’s Arms.
  • The Pegasus’s legs might have been more to the purpose; but, underneath the winged horse upon the sign-board, the Pegasus’s Arms was inscribed in Roman letters.
  • The Pegasus’s legs might have been more to the purpose; but, underneath the winged horse upon the sign-board, the Pegasus’s Arms was inscribed in Roman letters.
  • Framed and glazed upon the wall behind the dingy little bar, was another Pegasus — a theatrical one — with real gauze let in for his wings, golden stars stuck on all over him, and his ethereal harness made of red silk.
  • As to Merrylegs, that respectable ancestor of the highly trained animal who went aboard the ark, might have been accidentally shut out of it, for any sign of a dog that was manifest to eye or ear in the Pegasus’s Arms.

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  • Pegasus is the mascot of TriStar Pictures.
  • She explained that there was only one immortal winged horse named Pegasus,
    Rick Riordan  --  The Sea of Monsters

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