Definitions

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  • adj. Inclusive of all Cypriots.

Etymologies

pan- +‎ Cyprian (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Seattle became the first MLS club to win consecutive titles since the league's launch in 1996 and the first from any level to accomplish it since the amateur New York Pancyprian-Freedoms in 1982-83.

    Nyassi is nice: Seattle Sounders defeat Columbus Crew, 2-1, to repeat as U.S. Open Cup champions

  • It was not surprising that, under the leadership of such a man, the Pancyprian National Youth Organisation (commonly known as PEON) which he had been invited to set up early became imbued with hatred of the government and all that it stood for, and proved a ready tool of subversive political agitation.

    The Cyprus Question

  • The Communist party known as AKEL, which stands for Reform Party of the Working People, is the best disciplined and most efficient political party in Cyprus, and the Communist-controlled trade union (the Pancyprian Federation of Labour) is the most effective labour organisation in the island.

    The Cyprus Question

  • Eight of the 21 players on the Cosmos' roster will be from their local development team, including Chad Calderone, who has built a reputation as one of the best goalkeepers in the city playing for New York Pancyprian for the past three years.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Pancyprian-Freedoms won consecutive titles in 1982 and '83.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Hawks missed out on the 2008 C.p with a 3-2 loss to New York Pancyprian Freedoms in the USASA Region I semifinals, but now that they are back and more prepared for their 2009 trip to nearby Rockville, Maryland to face Real Maryland F.C. Knight says the Hawks 'road to this point has prepared them better for what lies ahead.

    USOpenCup.com

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