from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Formerly Smyr·na (smûrˈnə)Izmir A city of western Turkey on the Gulf of Izmir, an inlet of the Aegean Sea. Settled during the Bronze Age, Izmir is now a major port and an industrial center. Population: 2,230,000.
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- proper n. A major Turkish port city situated midway along the western Anatolian seaboard, geographically continuous with the ancient city of Smyrna.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a port city in western Turkey
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All five appeared before a court in Izmir, on Turkey's Aegean coast Friday.
Marano, Chun, Roberts and Tina Pihl (121) also won the previous Golden Grand Prix event in Izmir, Turkey.
The U.S. men swept all eight games to take gold at the World University Games in Izmir, Turkey.
Spent two days in Istanbul, took a 10 hour bus ride to the 3rd biggest city in Turkey, Izmir, which is on the Aegean coast.
I praise you, I bless you, I glorify you, through the eternal heavenly high priest Jesus Christ, your beloved child, through Polycarp was Bishop of Smyrna (today known as Izmir), a city on the west coast of Turkey.
Turkish cities such as Izmir, Ankara and Istanbul also recorded good growth figures.
His chapters on Smyrna end in 1922, when the city, now part of the Turkish republic, became Izmir; it would have been helpful, by way of contrast, to read about the city's more recent, monochromatic history.
The heart of the ancient city was near present-day Bergama, Turkey, about 60 miles north of Izmir.
Police told Anadolu Ajansi they believed A.K. is the head of an al Qaeda cell on Turkey's Aegean coast, where Izmir is the largest city.
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