from The Century Dictionary.
- An abbreviation of Prussia;
- of Prussian.
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We spent holidays in Cy - prus, nestled in the cool mountains, relieved to be away from the dusty heat of the Nile.
The first was my appointment on June 4 of Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke as the new Special Presidential Emissary for C.prus.
B.C. Nothing can ever prove '; and he therefore believes that the communication was kept up by way of C.prus and the Palestinian coast.
These settlers are quite sufficient to account for the subsequent development of a higher culture in mid and south Syria, and there may well have been some further immigration from C.prus and other Aegean lands which, as time went on, impelled the cities of Phoenicia, so well endowed by nature, to develop a new culture apace about 1000 B.C. SEC.ION 8.
The deposit, treated with acetic acid, is partly dissolved and gives a yellowish solution, from which a precipitate is thrown down by carbonate or prus** siate of potass, as well as by ìnfUsion of galls, but net by the caustic alkalies.
Of thevtfjds in that Fleet which w. is concluded by Zanne for the relief of Cy -, prus, 63. of what the Col - leagued Cnrtfliansjerces were to bejn vefjels and me, 91.
318 B.C. EUMENES SAT IN HIS TENT on the kindly coastland of Kilikia, looking across the sea towards C.prus 'distant hills.