|Bethlehem, 147:any end of My divine form, O consumer of the foe; this I have told thee for thy instruction, as anBethlehem, 164:as I truly am, and entered, O Consumer of the foe!" - The Bhagavad Gita, Book XI, 49, 52, 53, 54.Hercules, From n:again to venture forth and try his mettle with a foe of a different sort? Can he now pass the sixthHercules, 143:presence is revealed. Fighting so formidable a foe is indeed a heroic task for a son of man evenHercules, 145:discover a technique for dealing with his mortal foe. Uncovering the cesspool of base desires andHercules, 196:had come in mad pursuit, he turned to face his foe. Soon Geryon and Hercules stood face to face.