American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Araks.
- n. Alternative form of Araks.
- n. a river that rises in northeastern Turkey (near the source of the Euphrates) and flows generally eastward through Armenia to the Caspian Sea; ancient name was Araxes
- From Turkish Aras. (Wiktionary)
“This attribute of the gas to conform to a multitude of different conditions for the purpose of achieving the goals desired by the Aras is a result of its chemical composition and without doubt a masterly performance of organic chemistry.”
“The Aras is a considerable stream almost from its source.”
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“Life of Alexander, c. 59, note.] [Footnote 401: This is the river now generally called the Aras, which flows into the Caspian on the south-west side.”
“Bulent Aras: We expect Israel to be on the constructive side.”
“Bulent Aras: Just think about Obama coming into office trying to reverse George W. Bush, but then you get Gaza.”
“Bulent Aras: Turkey's transformation has changed the relationship with Israel, joining the European Union emphasizing that changing dynamic.”
“Her landing, with a small group of scientists and Marines, has not gone unnoticed by Aras, the planet's designated guardian.”
“Because Aras possesses a genetic secret that would be disastrous if it fell into human hands -- if the gethes survive the impending war their coming has inadvertently hastened.”
“Perry, you've dealt successfully with us Arkonides and the Springers, Aras, Druufs, Topides and all the rest, and you'll deal successfully with your son tool After all, as the old Arkonide proverb has it, when is the egg smarter than the hen?”
“The economic collapse within the realm of the Galactic Traders and the Aras has not affected this centre of power!”
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