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  • n. Alternative form of ostracon.

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Examples

  • I certainly don't believe that if the public had recourse to the ostrakon we would now have this reanimated corpse leading our country. ...

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  • So within with blogger ostrakon I type for the sake of democracy? true.

    Mêtêr Politikon – Part I | Her Bad Mother

  • Periostracum is the thin membrane-like organic layer that covers the outer surfaces of the shells of many snails from Greek peri, around + ostrakon, shell.

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  • So within with blogger ostrakon I type for the sake of democracy?

    Mêtêr Politikon - Part I

  • The girls were encouraged from the sidelines, not only by their masters but by the crowd as well, some of whom placed bets on the outcome. “Would you like to purchase a yellow ostrakon? ” asked a fellow.

    Magicians of Gor

  • After the burning of the gates, of course, one need no longer concern oneself with ostraka and permits. “We are free now! ” cried one of the men, flinging his ostrakon at Gnieus Lelius.

    Magicians of Gor

  • One permitted residence in Ar received the identificatory ostrakon, for example, citizens, ambassadors, resident aliens, trade agents, and such, was a function of heir owner†™ s possession of such ostraka.

    Magicians of Gor

  • I broke the ostrakon in two and cast the pieces into the fire. “Begone, ” I said to the fellow.

    Magicians of Gor

  • I broke the ostrakon in two and cast the pieces into the fire.

    Magicians of Gor

  • "Would you like to purchase a yellow ostrakon?" asked a fellow.

    Magicians of Gor

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