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- n. Obsolete form of gypsy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Gipsen.
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First there is the long story from Lyra interrupted by staccato questions from the gyptian kids.
Lyra is happily relating a tale for the gyptian children…
Some nutritional studies of colostrum and milk of cows and buffaloes E: gyptian Journal of Animal Production 14 (1): 137-148.
It's jamaican music why its a big hype that kartel clarks and gyptian hold yuh is playing on hot 97 in NY, the hype should be that its playing on Jamaica radios, who cares who if any radio station in the worl play reggae music other than jamaica radios.
Disc 1 starts with Re-gyptian strut which is a bombastic instrumental song and a great way to start the the album.
In a word, Thales, who was considered as the father of the Grecian philosophy, had not only the advantage of an £gyptian but of a Lydian education*