Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The Atlas cedar, Cedrus Atlantica. See cedar, 1.

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Examples

  • The inscription REE 59,1993 is often transcribed thus: ecn : turce : laris : θefries : espial : atial : caθas

    Etruscan inscription REE 59,1993

  • The revised bill envisages four per cent economic growth in 2009 and has reduced government spending by a billion laris (around 600 million US dollars) compared to 2008.

    Georgia: Economic Slump Hurting

  • Since the August war, the value of bank deposits, which were worth 4.1 billion laris, has shrunk by more than half a billion laris.

    Georgia: Economic Slump Hurting

  • According to former finance minister Lekso Aleksishili, accumulated debts in the property market amount to 1.5 billion laris.

    Georgia: Economic Slump Hurting

  • Two weeks ago, the building materials firm Metekhis Keramika sent 210 employees, with salaries averaging 300 laris (around 180 dollars), on unpaid holiday because of a drop in demand.

    Georgia: Economic Slump Hurting

  • Pesawat yang sudah berumur ini di beli dari sebuah maskapai penerbangan perusahaan Jepang pada tahun 1997 dan termasuk jenis pesawat yang cukup laris di kelasnya untuk melayani penerbangan jarak menengah.

    Seorang Warga Indonesia Menjadi Korban

  • * Jam divini amor Numinis, Patris omnipotentis prolisque beatissimae sancta communicatio; omnipotens Paraclete Spiritus; moerentium consolator clementissime, jam cordis mei penetralibus potenti illabere virtute, et tenebrosa quaeque laris neglecti latibula, corusci luminis fulgore pius habitator laetifica, tuique roris abundantia, longo ariditatis marcentia squalore, visitando fecunda.

    Pneumatologia

  • [132] "Jam divini amor Numinis, Patris omnipotentis prolisque beatissimae sancta communicatio; omnipotens Paraclete Spiritus; moerentium consolator clementissime, jam cordis mei penetralibus potenti illabere virtute, et tenebrosa quaeque laris neglecti latibula, corusci luminis fulgore pius habitator laetifica, tuique roris abundantia, longo ariditatis marcentia squalore, visitando fecunda."

    Pneumatologia

  • Exchange rates: laris per US$1 - 1.24 (end December 1995)

    The 1996 CIA Factbook

  • 'Unde simul primum me dimisere Philippi, decisis humilem pennis inopemque paterni et laris et fundi paupertas inpulit, audax ut versus facerem.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

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