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Unformatted text preview: 1. Argus (AR-gus) 2. An alert watchful person 3. Noun 4. Argus is a giant with 100 eyes. He was sent by the jealous Hera to watch over her husband Zeus's lover, Io, but was later lulled to sleep and killed by Hermes. 5. Mythological allusion 6. Because celebrities sometimes need bodyguards, they will hire an argus, brave watchdogs aware of their surroundings , yet they try hard to stay in the background. 1. Argus (AR-gus) 2. An alert watchful person 3. Noun 4. Argus is a giant with 100 eyes. He was sent by the jealous Hera to watch over her husband Zeus's lover, Io, but was later lulled to sleep and killed by Hermes. 5. Mythological allusion 6. Because celebrities sometimes need bodyguards, they will hire an argus, brave watchdogs aware of their surroundings , yet they try hard to stay in the background. 1. Argus (AR-gus) 2. An alert watchful person 3. Noun 4. Argus is a giant with 100 eyes. He was sent by the jealous Hera to watch over her husband Zeus's lover, Io, but was later lulled to sleep and killed by Hermes. 5. Mythological allusion 6. Because celebrities sometimes need bodyguards, they will hire an argus, brave watchdogs aware of their surroundings , yet they try hard to stay in the background. 1. Argus (AR-gus) 2. An alert watchful person 3. Noun 4. Argus is a giant with 100 eyes. He was sent by the jealous Hera to watch over her husband Zeus's lover, Io, but was later lulled to sleep and killed by Hermes. 5. Mythological allusion 6. Because celebrities sometimes need bodyguards, they will hire an argus, brave watchdogs aware of their surroundings , yet they try hard to stay in the background. 1. Argus (AR-gus) 2. An alert watchful person 3. Noun 4. Argus is a giant with 100 eyes. He was sent by the jealous Hera to watch over her husband Zeus's lover, Io, but was later lulled to sleep and killed by Hermes. 5. Mythological allusion 6. Because celebrities sometimes need bodyguards, they will hire an argus, brave watchdogs aware of their surroundings , yet they try hard to stay in the background. 1. Argus (AR-gus) 2. An alert watchful person 3. Noun 4. Argus is a giant with 100 eyes. He was sent by the jealous Hera to watch over her husband Zeus's lover, Io, but was later lulled to sleep and killed by Hermes. 5. Mythological allusion 6. Because celebrities sometimes need bodyguards, they will hire an argus, brave watchdogs aware of their surroundings , yet they try hard to stay in the background....
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