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  • noun Plural form of Cyrenian.

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Examples

  • Stephen Bell, chief exec, Cyrenians, for serv homeless people.

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  • Then there arose certain of the synagogue, which is called the synagogue of the Libertines, and Cyrenians, and Alexandrians, and of them of Cilicia and of Asia, disputing with Stephen.

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  • SOCRATES: If I cared enough about the Cyrenians, Theodorus, I would ask you whether there are any rising geometricians or philosophers in that part of the world.

    Theaetetus

  • My area was mental health and that meant more charities like the Coventry Cyrenians getting involved with the placement of young men being discharged from hospital.

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  • My area was mental health and that meant more charities like the Coventry Cyrenians getting involved with the placement of young men being discharged from hospital.

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  • And such was the synagogue of the Libertines, Cyrenians, Alexandrians, Cilicians, and those of Asia; that is to say, the school of Libertines, and of

    Leviathan

  • The Cyrenians have used a whole range of funding to restore the building and the graveyard to their former glory.

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  • They had been carried to Libya by a storm, and having obtained two galleys and pilots from the Cyrenians, on their voyage alongshore had taken sides with the Euesperitae and had defeated the Libyans who were besieging them, and from thence coasting on to

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  • Carneades, whilst the Cyrenians kept their Carnea; and both these feasts are, upon the same day.

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  • Carneades, whilst the Cyrenians kept their Carnea; and both these feasts are, upon the same day.

    Symposiacs

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