Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of ilium.
“This lady some call Ilia, others Rhea, and others Silvia; however, not long after, contrary to the established laws of the Vestals, she had two sons of more than human size and beauty, whom Amulius, becoming yet more alarmed, commanded a servant to take and cast away; this man some call”
“Quirinus, son of Rhea Sylvia, sometimes called Ilia, a vestal virgin, the daughter of Numitor, king of Alba Longa, was the twin brother of”
“As Ishban is just after said to have "plundered and demolished Ilia, which is the same as”
“You shall see for yourself, if you read over the scene, that it would be weakened and cooled by an aria or duet, which, moreover, would be extremely annoying to the other actors who would have to stand around with nothing to do; besides the magnanimous contest between "Ilia" and "Idamante" would become too long and therefore lose in value. ”
“Ilia Yefimovich/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images UP AND OVER: An Israeli driver hit a masked Palestinian youth who was amid a group throwing stones at cars driven by Israelis in the mostly Arab East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan Friday.”
“In the obscure town of Simsbury, Connecticut, the world-famous skating coach and choreographer spent summers training an elite group of athletes including Olympic champions such as Alexei Yagudin and Ilia Kulik and my friend, the skating star Sasha Cohen.”
“He cites this paper by Ilia D. Dichev, which appeared in the American Economic Review in March.”
“Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images A released prisoner hugged relatives after arriving in Ramallah, West Bank.”
“I talked this over with Tyler Cowen and Ilia Rainer over lunch.”
“And the recording offers the opportunity to hear soprano Gundula Janowitz, at age 27, as Ilia, and tenor Luciano Pavarotti, age 29, singing Idamante in his only Glyndebourne appearance.”
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