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used in The House of Hades

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the longest commonly used division of geological time

or less formally:  an immeasurably long period of time
  • Like all his brethren, he'd been imprisoned in Tartarus for eons.
    p. 162.7
  • I've dwelt here for eons, bringing those who sought love into the presence of Cupid."
    p. 279.3
  • She was brought here eons ago, when this was the site of my palace.
    p. 287.5
  • Annabeth gazed around the hut, trying to imagine how many eons Damasen had been exiled here—slaying the drakon, collecting its bones and hide and meat, knowing it would attack again the next day.
    p. 310.2

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