American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of western Romania on the Mureşul River near the Hungarian border. Ruled by Turkey and later by Hungary, it became part of Romania in 1920. Population: 169,000.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A plant of the natural order Araceœ. Lindley.
“He now lives in Arad and teaches at Ben-Gurion University.”
“I mean Avi Arad is just selling all these character rights to collect as much money as he can in as short a period of time and a bunch of hacks are writing and directing these films!”
“Ex-Marvel exec Avi Arad is producing with Ari Arad and Steven Paul.”
“Arad is producing "X-MEN 3" with Lauren Shuler Donner and Ralph Winter.”
“Avi Arad is best known as the producer of the Spider-Man films and Iron Man, but many forget that he was involved with some Marvel’s unspectacular film projects like Hulk, Elektra, Punisher, Fantastic Four, and Ghost Rider.”
“They apparently did refer to Arad, but the Israelis could not derive any information from them.”
“Kenites dwelt beyond Arad southward, or indeed even with Arad, which is asserted in the text alleged, -- and if below these were En-gedi, which is also asserted by the authors cited, -- certainly, then, the maps have laid it”
“The "ferryman" who kept watch over the river of death was called Arad-Ea, "servant of Ea".”
“It is the armed corps from Arad which is charged with the capture of Fatia Negra and his associates.”
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Hungarian speakers usually call these (today Romanian) towns by their original names: Székelykeresztúr, Székelyudvarhely, Temesvár, Arad, Nagyvárad, Szatmárnémeti, Kolozsvár, Nagybánya, Marosvásárh...
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