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  • n. A person from Mesopotamia or Mesopotamian origin.
  • adj. Pertaining to Mesopotamia.

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Examples

  • We can see that process of abstraction taking place in Mesopotamian culture in the evolution of the idea of me, where the often-arbitrary divine powers of polytheism are consolidated, legislated, abstracted into "systems of the world".

    A Dark And Hidden God

  • In Matts defense, thought, they do remain Mesopotamian.

    Balloon Juice » 2005 » January

  • "But I saw a pair called Mesopotamian Officer's Model, with laces and real white buckskin collision mats between the knees, that would fit me, and I can pawn my ----"

    Living Alone

  • Baking Soda of Bake My Day made a winter carrot soup which I am planning on fixing for myself shortly. anapestic made a complete dinner, of which these "Mesopotamian" Black Beans with Grits are the main course.

    Something Out of Nothing: Roundup

  • Mr. Williams is a kind of Mesopotamian philosopher, but they also clearly recognize the absurdities of their situations.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Mesopotamian influence appeared in predynastic Upper Egypt, the so-called Mesopotamian Stimulation (See c.

    c. The Sumerians and the Akkadians

  • anapestic made a complete dinner, of which these "Mesopotamian" Black Beans with Grits are the main course.

    meme

  • Laws regulating financial interactions survive from as early as the eighteenth century BC, when King Hammurabi of Babylon had a number of them written in Mesopotamian stone, or rather rock, namely superhard diorite.

    The English Is Coming!

  • They did not share the regime's regard for the Mesopotamian past and correctly associated Saddam with both unspeakable repression and — as he intended — patronage of museums and archaeology.

    Egypt's Antiquities Fall Victim to the Mob

  • Bel was originally a Mesopotamian god of the sky, who merged with Zeus as Roman religion spread throughout the Levant.

    Temple of the 'Bride of the Desert'

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