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legend in one's own lunchtimeOne whose fame is insignificant or fleeting A legend in his own lunchtime, Bulwer-Lytton became renowned for penning exceptionally bad prose.legend has it thatLegend says that Legend has it that Rhodes was home to the sun god Helios.Legend of Sleepy Hollowa popular story by Washington Irving in which the main character, Ichabod Crane, rides quickly through a frightening place called Sleepy Hollow because he thinks he is being chased by a Headless Horseman (1820)Black LegendThe anti-Hispanic Black Legend (Spanish: Leyenda Negra) is the depiction of Spain and Spaniards as bloodthirsty and cruel, greedy and fanatical with the intention of defaming the country of Spain and its inhabitants. The term was later extended to include all Hispanics and their countries of origin, in particular the Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America, as well as persons residing in the United States of America of Spanish or Spanish-speaking Latin American descentWhite LegendThe term purports to counterbalance the defamatory anti-Hispanic Black Legend (Spanish Leyenda Negra). It is an insidious aspect of the Black Legend in that it characterizes documented historical facts favorable to Hispanics as exaggerated praise and therefore suspectcampus legendA person who is renowned within a particular educational institution When I had my first exposure to Dorson at MSU in his undergraduate American Folklore course in fall quarter 1954, he had become a campus legend.campus legendA widely circulated apocryphal or untrue story pertaining to people, events, or places on the campus of an educational institution, often having elements of humour or horror In campus legend, the grind, the non-athletic boy, the unattractive girl, are popularly associated with Phi Beta Kappa, but the caricature cannot be justified.campus-legendAttributive form of campus legend campus-legend circulation.legend.legurban legendA widely circulated story that is untrue or apocryphal, often having elements of humour or horror The claim that alligators live in New York City's sewers is an old urban legend.Arthurian Legendold stories about King Arthur, his court at Camelot, the magician Merlin, and the Knights of the Round Table. These stories were first told more than 1000 years ago, and are found in Welsh, English, French, and German literature. Body of stories and medieval romances centring on the legendary English king Arthur. The stories chronicle Arthur's life, the adventures of his knights, and the adulterous love between his knight Sir Lancelot and his queen, Guinevere. The legend was popular in Wales before the 11th century, was brought into literature by Geoffrey of Monmouth, and was adapted by other medieval writers, including Chrétien de Troyes, Wace, Layamon, and Sir Thomas Malory, becoming entwined with legends of the Holy Grail. From Victorian times, when interest in the legend revived, it has figured in major works by Alfred Tennyson (Idylls of the King) and T.H. White (The Once and Future King). It is uncertain whether Arthur was a historical figure. Medieval sources say he was a 6th-century warrior and champion of Christianity who united the British tribes against the Saxon invaders, died in battle at Camlann 539, and was buried at Glastonbury. See also Galahad; Merlin; Tristan and IsoldeBlack LegendStories from the Spanish colonies in the Americas that led to the general belief, eagerly endorsed by such rivals as Britain and Holland, that Spain exceeded other nations in cruelty to its subject populations. The 16th-century historians Bartolomé de Las Casas and Garcilaso de la Vega documented the treatment of the Indians in New Spain (Mexico and Guatemala) and Peru, respectively, and laid the foundation for the legend. Though Spain may not actually have surpassed other colonial powers in cruelty, the Spanish conquest clearly reduced the numbers of indigenous peoples rapidly and caused them great sufferingarthurian legendthe legend of King Arthur and his court at Camelotbecame a legendcame to be renowned, became famousbecame a legend in his own timehe became infamous while still alive, those around him turned him into a notable person of his timeetymological legendstory which is hidden behind the name of a place or personlegends(card) - a new kind of card introduced for the Legends expansion set Legends cards require multiple mana to cast, and have gold borders Only one of each Legend may be in play at a time Note that Legendary Lands, also introduced in the Legends expansion set, have some things in common with legend cards (i e the uniqueness property), but are not considered legendslegendsplural of legendlegends1/10 scale coupes/and sedans Legend rules Stock onlylegendsLegends (sometimes called epics) are hero tales and usually tell of some historic tale and hero Look for Davy Crockett, The Iliad and The Odyssey, Robin Hood and King Arthur Many of these stories were told, or sung, by traveling bards or storytellers Read some of South Dakota's Legendsliving legendperson who has become very famous in his lifetimeurban legendA story, that may have started with some truth, that has been embellished and retold until it has become a mythurban legendAn oft-told tale on the Internet that is untrue, but refuses to die They keep reappearing in newsgroups, e-mail discussion lists, and message bases The stories themselves are interesting and when newcomers read them for the first time, they are often passed along as fact They may have been once true as in the Craig Shergold get-well card story, a hoax like the GOOD TIMES VIRUS, or a joke, like the expensive Neiman-Marcus cookie recipe They often appear with variations, so that get-well cards become business cards, or Neiman-Marcus becomes Mrs Fields instead Read more about these in our accompanying feature on Urban Legendsurban legendAn apocryphal story involving incidents of the recent past, often including elements of humor and horror, that spreads quickly and is popularly believed to be trueurban legendnon-true or partially true story or fact that is based on word of mouth which circulates widely and becomes a part of popular mythology (numerous urban legends are generated on the Internet and few are told again and again)urban legendA story, which may have started with a grain of truth, that has been embroidered and retold until it has passed into the realm of myth Some legends that periodically make their rounds include "The Infamous Modem Tax," "Craig Shergold/Brain Tumor/Get Well Cards," and "The $250 Cookie Recipe "urban legendA story, which may have started with a grain of truth, that has been embroidered and retold until it has passed into the realm of myth Is is an interesting phenomenon that these stories become spread so far, so fast and so oftenurban legendA story, which may at one time have been true, that has grown from constant retelling into a mythical yarnurban legendA story, which may have started with a grain of truth, that has been embroidered and retold until it has passed into the realm of myth It is an interesting phenonmenon that these stories get spread so far, so fast and so often Urban legends never die, they just end up on the Internet! Some legends that periodically make their rounds include "The Infamous Modem Tax," "Craig Shergold/Brain Tumor/Get Well Cards," and "The $250 Cookie Recipe" [Source: LAQUEY]urban legenda story, which may at one time have been true, that has become exaggerated from constant retelling into a mythical yarn www.efsanesesli.com

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