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I would like to filter out the info that is on a different line or if possible after the search string: . kisi-kisi-soal-ulangan-harian-bahasa-inggris-smp-kelas-viil enero 29, 2022 at 19 : 06 pm. janllew d868ddde6e prykato. enero 29, 2022 at 22 : 57 pm. n-lz0-mumbai-17 ndir-malayse n-lz0-mumbai-17 A: See the Negate section in the Operators page. You can do: (?:kisi-kisi-soal-ulangan-harian-bahasa-inggris-smp-kelas-viil|enero 29, 2022 at 19 : 06 pm. janllew d868ddde6e prykato. enero 29, 2022 at 22 : 57 pm.) Klymneia In Greek mythology, Klymneia (Ancient Greek: Κλυμνεία) was a daughter of King Lycaon. She is noted for her beauty and for having participated in the Olympic Games. Mythology Klymneia is the daughter of King Lycaon of Arcadia, who later abandoned his wife and children. On account of this, she was cursed by Poseidon to be the mother of a monstrous child, a cursed woman who lives on the nearby sea shore. Zeus blessed her. Klymneia was sent to participate in the Olympic games as a beauty, and won the Pentathlon. After the death of Lycaon, his children were sent by the Ephors to Laconia. As Lycaon was away, his wife was sent by a messenger, but when she arrived she was turned into a bear to avoid the punishment of Zeus. Thereupon Lycaon sent the children away to a safe region and promised to take care of them. Klymneia had a son, Polydoros, who became a king of Sparta. Notes References Gaius Julius Hyginus, Fabulae from The Myths of Hyginus translated and edited by Mary Grant. University of Kansas




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