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NOUN   a labyrinth | labyrinths
SYNO inner ear | internal ear | labyrinth | ...
лабиринт {м}labyrinth
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Translation for 'labyrinth' from English to Russian

лабиринт {м}
Usage Examples English
  • Robotnik later captures Sonic and traps him in a specially built trap-laden labyrinth, making it more challenging to escape by forcing a pair of special sneakers he made to nullify Sonic's speed on the hedgehog in "Sonic Labyrinth".
  • Sydney's first public stone labyrinth was officially opened on 15 September 2014.
  • Within the vestibule, the membranous labyrinth does not quite preserve the form of the bony labyrinth, but consists of two membranous sacs, the utricle, and the saccule.
  • They are connected in a series of canals in the temporal bone referred to as the bony labyrinth.
  • Within the college grounds is a labyrinth designed by Adelaide stained glass artist Cedar Prest to honour the journeys of refugees and migrants.
  • The bony labyrinth, or osseous labyrinth, is the network of passages with bony walls lined with periosteum.
  • Unusual features of the Lower church include a marble baptismal font of a cruciform shape, intended for baptism of adults by full immersion, and a black and white marble labyrinth in the center of the church floor, a symbol of the human path to God.
  • The inner ear has two parts: the bony labyrinth and the membranous labyrinth.
  • For the last few years since 2011, a Cretan-style labyrinth consisting of 2,500 tealights has been formed on one of the Saturdays of Advent.
  • On October 8, 2010, a classical seven circuit Labyrinth was built with the help of the Sophomores at Mayfield Senior School. It takes roughly five minutes slow walking to navigate the labyrinth.
  • The David Barton Labyrinth and Reflective Garden was named in honor of David Barton, who was the Dean of the Metropolitan State University Library from 2002 until 2012.
  • "The Magic Labyrinth" is a 2009 children's fantasy board game designed by Dirk Baumann, for two to four players.
  • 3D print sculpture of a Daedalean labyrinth. This cubic labyrinth is formed by stacking 25 QR codes tracing the path of Leopold Bloom, hero of James Joyce's "Ulysses" through the streets of Dublin.
  • The player travels through the labyrinth, defeating the monsters and rescuing the children, causing the labyrinth's condition to rapidly deteriorate.
  • His better known research involved diseases of the inner ears' labyrinth.
  • A number of film, game, and music creations feature labyrinths.
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