American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A sixth-century A.D. Anglian kingdom in present-day northeast England between the Humber and Tees rivers. It was later part of the kingdom of Northumbria.
“Those whose names are followed by a B. or D. ruled only over Bernicia or Deira respectively.] _House of Bernicia_ _House of Deira_”
“The PDF that Calthrope published says that the Palm Deira is essentially a transit-oriented development on an often walkable scale, with natural cooling and light and an efficient infrastructure.”
“They come from a place called Deira,' said the trader.”
“Beverley in the midst of the wood called Deira, among the ruins of the deserted Roman settlement of Pentuaria.”
“Dubai neighborhood of Deira which is on Dubai Creek (it is more like a bay).”
“It is hard to say what percentage of hotels in Dubai are in the low to mid-budget category because there are a lot of unbranded hotels in the older parts of town such as Deira, he noted.”
“Mr. Mathews argues convincingly that, for all the hype, people there don't interact much and that the richer vein of study is to be found at transnational market sites like Chungking Mansions, the Tianxiu Building in Guangzhou (an African enclave in that Chinese manufacturing capital) or the Deira neighborhood in Dubai (a bustling commercial center of narrow streets and small merchants).”
“When Dubai's residents started to build more than two-story buildings and use more than earth and coral to make them, the boom centered around Deira.”
“But then there are moments when the stage set fails, when Deira reveals its roots in the desert.”
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