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_____ is defined as one of nine sisters, goddesses in Greek mythology, who inspired man's invention.
Muse is defined as one of nine sisters, goddesses in Greek mythology, who inspired man's invention.
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Muse is defined as one of nine sisters, goddesses in Greek mythology, who inspired man's invention.
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