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  • Curium is probably a good word to just remove from your computer’s spell-check dictionary (like pubic, manger, ahs, fro, etc.).

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  • The complete bronze figure found near Curium, which is supposed to represent Apollo and is figured by Di

    History of Phoenicia

  • I would never attempt a book about AM Radio, M&M Candies, Curium, a process capability index, Kilobits, the internet of Taiwan, and the West African nation of Guinea.

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  • We have also again in collaboration with Chalk River extracted some of the elements heavier than uranium and have produced quite visible quantities of Californium and Curium for experimental work.

    The Miracle of Atomic Energy

  • Only two bishops of Curium are recorded: Zeno, present at the Council of

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery

  • "Conduct them here, Matten," he commanded, and took up his station beside an hundred-branched candlestick made in Curium.

    Romance Island

  • Fortunately, however, for the cause of knowledge, this phenomenal individual does from time to time make his appearance upon earth; and according to the form he assumes under his different avatars, he proceeds to excavate Troy, Curium, Halicarnassus, Nineveh, Bubastis, or Naukratis.

    Pharaohs, Fellahs and Explorers

  • Still, there was no help for it and no other ship by which he could sail, so here he abode for more than three months, spending his time in Curium, Amathos and Salamis, trading among the rich natives of Cyprus, out of whom he made a large profit, and adding wine, and copper from Tamasus to his other merchandise, as much as there was room for on the ship.


  • Salonica, Curium, Lapetha, and the other towns, all cried this together, most saying that they knew Hilarion, and that he was truly a servant of God; but where he was they knew not.

    The Hermits

  • Still further to the west, in the centre of the bay enclosed between the promontories of Zeugari and Boosoura, was the colony of Curium, on

    History of Phoenicia


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