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Apros: Aprus or Apri, or in Greek Apros or Aproi was a Roman city established in the Roman province of Europa. It was probably situated where the modern Turkish village of Kermeyan now stands.
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Biographical and Critical by Michael Bryan
d'apros ses lcttres et autreR documents inedits.' Gazette des Beaux Arts, lSWMSOS. Gachard, ' Histoire politique et diplomatique, P. P. Rubens.' Brussels ...
aprosody /apros'odE/ [Gk, a + prosodia, not modulated voice], a speech disorder characterized by the absence of the normal variations in pitch, loudness, ...
by Hugh Moore
Quanta est gula, qua sibi totos Ponit apros, animal propter convivia ...
by Robert Collison
Uno saltu duos apros capere. PLAUTUS: Casina (Latin) To kill two birds with one stone (lit. to capture two boars with one leap). In ipso articulo. TERENCE: Adelphoe (Latin) In the nick of time. Lupo agnum eripere. LATIN PROVERB To snatch ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2009)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
aprosody /apros'odé/ [Gk, a + prosodia, not modulated voice], ...
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Scrabble value of A1P3R1O1S1
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