And Bishop, colossus, Warpath, Blink, Sunspot, Quiksilver, Stryker and Havoc will all be there too.
The literary world he helped found and nurture, and whose landscape he bestrode like the colossus he was—that world is gone.
When he brought the idea of the colossus to America, the Civil War had ended just six years earlier.
Pollack is one of just a few Republicans ever endorsed by the colossus of civil liberties law, Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz.
And it is an unfamiliar one for the current generations of American who have known only one reality of America the colossus.
The accounts of the height of the colossus of Rhodes differ slightly, but all agree in making it 105 English feet.
Flattering remarks were showered on this colossus from all sides.
The North End Works should not be a monster with two heads, but a colossus with one head with my head.
Wilson stared soberly at this school, at the colossus he had helped to create.
Before Col. —— could "realize the situation," he was in the attitude of the colossus of Rhodes.
"gigantic statue," late 14c., from Latin colossus "a statue larger than life," from Greek kolossos "gigantic statue," of unknown origin, used by Herodotus of giant Egyptian statues, and used by Romans of the bronze Apollo at the entrance to the harbor of Rhodes. Figurative sense of "any thing of awesome greatness or vastness" is from 1794.