from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The symbol for the element iridium.
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- n. symbol for iridium
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The chemical symbol for iridium, a metallic element of the platinum group. It has atomic number 77 and an atomic weight of 192.22.
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Failed Republican energy plan helps radicals in Ir ...
Mohammed’s birth by Murámir ibn Murrah of Anbar in Irák, introduced into Meccah by Bashar the Kindian, and perfected by Ibn
Netanyahu's secret plan to visit a disputed tunnel in the East Jerusalem Palestinian neighborhood of Silwan, at the site known as Ir David (the City of David), was canceled, probably with some international intervention.
Netanyahu\'s secret plan to visit a disputed tunnel in the East Jerusalem Palestinian neighborhood of Silwan, at the site known as Ir David (the City of David), was canceled, probably with some international intervention.
By 1892, both parents were dead, and Ida and her oldest sister Rashel (later known as Irène) were sent to live with a cousin in St. Petersburg.
The woman leading the tour from an organization called Ir Amim observed that if all of those Palestinians voted, the local political representation could be 1/3 Palestinian.
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If this plan is built, it changes the border of Jerusalem vis a vis Bethlehem,'' said Sara Kreimer, a spokeswoman for Ir Amim, which supports sharing the city between Israel and the Palestinians.
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Ir order to celebrate ones personal marks like scars, a new company is offering a different type of skin-based memento: jewelry that replicates scars acquired in accidents and surgeries.