Definitions

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  • adj. of or from Cephalonia
  • n. someone from Cephalonia

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Examples

  • Cephalonian Meat Pie may be made with pork, beef, lamb, or a combination of some or all of these meats.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The phrase “Cephalonian meat pie” encompasses a multitude of recipes.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • De Bernières used Cephalonian meat pie (Kreatopita) in describing idyllic island life before the war and, when Pelagia is at a crossroads that could lead her away from the island, as a symbol of all that is good about Cephalonia.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Juan did not like the look of the weather, and decided to anchor in the Bay of Phiscardo, a large opening in the Cephalonian shore just inside the strait.

    Famous Sea Fights From Salamis to Tsu-Shima

  • "I have a cask of Cephalonian wine, which means that I shall be well," answered Chilo.

    Quo Vadis: a narrative of the time of Nero

  • The star of the Cephalonian waif and adventurer had now mounted to the zenith, and was safe to shine for many years with unabated brilliancy; to this day he is remembered by the expressive term _Vicha-yen_, "the cool wisdom."

    The English Governess at the Siamese Court Being Recollections of Six Years in the Royal Palace at Bangkok

  • The star of the Cephalonian waif and adventurer had now mounted to the zenith, and was safe to shine for many years with unabated brilliancy; to this day he is remembered by the expressive term

    The English Governess at the Siamese Court

  • Finding that his position among the rocks of the Scrofes would be untenable in the event of an attack by armed boats, he thought it right to venture out again, and making all sail, got safe to Dragomestri, a small sea-port town on the coast of Acarnania; from whence the annexed letters to two of the most valued of his Cephalonian friends were written.

    Life of Lord Byron

  • Cephalonian _Mistico_, and a heavy _Bombarda_ that waited for him at St. Euphemia.

    Lord Byron jugé par les témoins de sa vie. English

  • But what about Cephalonian hare (marinated in lemon juice, then stewed in red wine and garlic) or figpeckers in their nests (small birds roasted on large red mushrooms)?

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