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“It is derived from the Latin word cetus, meaning whale.”
“The Greek word κητος (ketos), from which comes the Latin word cetus, originally meant any large creature of the sea.”
“Sete, whose name comes from the Latin word 'cetus' for whale, was once home to a mainly poor community of fishermen, often of Italian descent, who settled in the early 20th century.”
“If you're going to make a movie about Greek mythology, use the monster from Greek mythology: cetus or ketus.”
“Cetyl Alcohol Originally refined from sperm whale oil (cetus = whale), this waxy white cream is more properly called hexadecanol and is now made from vegetable oil.”
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“Bahkan, mereka juga Jadi apapun alasannya kasus ini Waspada, Selasa (15/9). yang menjadi ujung tombak di patut diusut, "cetus Rudi.”
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1815 edition; ed. William Burney (London: Chatham Publishing, 2006).
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