from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The symbol for the element cerium.
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- n. Symbol for cerium.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the chemical symbol for cerium, the most abundant element of the rare-earth group.
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As it was then usual to put all prisoners of war to death, the Spartans threw all the Messenians down into a horrible pit called the Ce´a-das.
After building several small towns in At´ti-ca, Cecrops founded a larger one, which was at first called Ce-cro´pi-a in honor of himself.
Ce medicament NE DOIT PAS ETRE UTILISE chez les enfants ayant des antecedents de convulsions!
According to this report in Broadcasting and Cable that came out today, NBC maybe courting Comedy Ce ...
On the mostly medium-paced solo recordings here, Ardoin's small diatonic accordion carries the rhythms and the melodies, his vocals on the lilting "Aimez Moi Ce Soir" and the heart-rending "Les Blues de la Prison," for example, evincing great subtlety and range.
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Ce souvenir remonte à l'époque où le quartier était alors une grande famille.
- Ce sont eux qui sont toujours en retard = 'They' (masc pl) are always late
When she returned to the doctor to view the X-Rays, the latter was speechless: Ce n'est pas le même chien que vous m'amenez, Madame!
They are seen individually, so, "Ce SONT" is very appropriate and would be my choice. le paon du jour is a peacock butterfly le vulcain is a red admiral la (vanesse) petite tortue is a tortoiseshell la piéride = pierid