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''The Anatomy of a Minotaur'' is a work by the theoretical magician [[Charles Hether-Gray]][54].  The title is curious - there having been, insofar as we know, only ''one'' Minotaur, which was slain long ago by the hero Theseus.  Minotaurs after all are not so common as Guernsey-cows, for all Mr Hether-Gray has to say on the matter.
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''The Anatomy of a Minotaur'' is a work by the [[Theoretical magic|theoretical magician]] [[Charles Hether-Gray]][54].  The title is curious - there having been, insofar as we know, only ''one'' Minotaur, which was slain long ago by the hero Theseus.  Minotaurs after all are not so common as Guernsey-cows, for all Mr Hether-Gray has to say on the matter.

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The Anatomy of a Minotaur is a work by the theoretical magician Charles Hether-Gray[54]. The title is curious - there having been, insofar as we know, only one Minotaur, which was slain long ago by the hero Theseus. Minotaurs after all are not so common as Guernsey-cows, for all Mr Hether-Gray has to say on the matter.