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Once upon a time there was a child born her parent, Cry & Fantas named her Itis. Itis was the goddess of sickness. Everywhere Itis went anyone around her got a nasty cold. But, everyone still loved her because she was as sweet & lovably as the বিস্কুট she to her freinds & stranders. One day, Itis's parents got her a baby pegasus, she named it Pegas অথবা Peg for short. Well, since Pegas was a strong animal he fought off the cold & didn't get sick. As Pegas & Itis grew older they found প্রণয় Pegas found Gloria & Itis found William. Cry & Fantas loved William as well did Itis. Itis & William got married & rode off to the sunset on Gloria & Pegas. And they all প্রণয় eachother forever. THE END!
Btw since Itis was the goddess of sickness in modern times her name is put after many diseases.
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Zeus, the ruler of Mount Olympus and king of the gods; god of sky, weather, thunder, lightning, law, order, and fate; had held a banquet in celebration of Peleus and Thetis' marriage, them being the parents of Achilles. Eris, however, was not invited since she would make the party unpleasant for everyone - being the goddess of discord.

Eris was angered দ্বারা the rude snub, of course, and arrived at the party with a golden আপেল from the Garden of the Hesperides, the word "Kallisti" inscripted into it, meaning "for the fairest". Three goddesses claimed the apple, they were: Hera (queen of marriage,...
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