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- proper n. a proposed branch within the Indo-European language family, of which the Hellenic and Armenian branches are sub-branches.
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Mohammedan spirit that England in Egypt leans, but on Franco-Levantine cliques and Graeco-Armenian cliques sold to French finance.
Armenian Balyan family, Sinan, and others built all the major architecture of Turkey, except for the confiscated Byzantine (Greek/Graeco-Armenian) churches.