Pierian Spring

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Pierian Spring

In Greek mythology, a fountain prized by the Muses that was believed to convey inspiration to those who drank from it. Ugh, this poem I'm writing is just terrible—I need a drink from the Pierian Spring.
See also: spring
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Unfortunately, this will still not protect end users from doing themselves injury by supposing that a search of a single CD-ROM or OPAC file has drained the Pierian spring.
The combination of NetSchools' Internet-centric computing solution and the Pierian Spring software will allow teachers to create stimulating, imaginative multimedia projects and interactive web pages as an integral part of classroom learning experiences.
Creativity and a sky-is-the-limit mentality have been hallmarks of the Pierian Spring Academy since Joel Larus, a New York University professor emeritus, created it.
Many of us know the full couplet: "A little Learning is a dang'rous Thing; / Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian Spring.
Older students also enroll in classes at the Pierian Springs Academy, the Education Center on Longboat Key and many other venues.