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the Sirens

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe Sirensthe SirensRMa group of women in ancient Greek stories, whose beautiful singing made sailors sail towards them into dangerous water siren
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the SirensThe station doors opened and the sirens started screaming.He saved the heroes, too, from the Sirens.Before long he would hear the sirens of approaching police cars come at my summons to arrest him for being off limits.From Circe he had learned that they must pass the island of the Sirens.Once more politics was tempted by the song the sirens sang.He felt the heat beating in, midnight vibrations, the sirens down Canal, the growl of some solo drunk.That's when the sirens went and we had to go to the shelter.
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