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Definition of the noun Amasia

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Amasia is a genus of Chrysomelidae, described by Chapuis in 1874.

Amasia is a genus of Bibionidae, described by Meigen in 1800.

Amasia is a genus of Chrysomelidae, described by Dejean in 1835.

Amasia is a genus of Chrysomelidae, described by Dejean in 1835.

Phrases with Amasia

  1. Genus Amasia
  2. Villa Amasia
  3. Anthrax Amasia
  4. Papilio Amasia
  5. Tachina Amasia
  6. Campanula Amasia
  7. Chironomus Amasia
  8. Trigonostoma Amasia
  9. Cancellaphera Amasia
  10. Species Villa Amasia
  11. Species Papilio Amasia
  12. Species Catocala Amasia
  13. Species Charaxes Amasia
  14. Species Campanula Amasia
  15. Species Chironomus Amasia
  16. Species Trigonostoma Amasia

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Google previewReports from Her Majesty's Consuls on the Manufactures, Commerce, &c. of Their Consular Districts (1869)

Amasia is a second, and even more important, commercial centre. The town itself contains 3,200 houses, 700 of which...

Google previewSuggestions on the Ancient Britons (1854)

In Three Parts by G. D. Barber

Near Amasia is a fountain of the horse.

Google previewEARTH 2 (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Amasia is the working title for a possible future supercontinent that could be formed by the merger of Asia and North America. This prediction relies mostly on the fact that the Pacific Plate is already subducting under Eurasia and North America, a process which if continued will eventually cause the Pacific to close. Meanwhile, because of the Atlantic midocean ridge, North America would be pushed westward. Thus, the Atlantic at some point in the future would be larger than the Pacific.

Google previewThe London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer (1769)

AMASIA is a city of Cappadocia, in Asia the Less, upon the river Iris, which falls into the Euxine sea.

Google previewA Dictionary of Scripture Geography; Containing Illustrations of All the Places Mentioned in the Old and New Testaments and the Leading Events Connecting Them Eith the Christian (1846)

To which are Added, Chronological, Geographical, and Other Tables by John R. Miles

mount, Sicily JStolia Aiguptos Albania, Asiatic Turkey Amana, beyond Jordan Amanus, Mount, Syria Amasia Amathos, Cyprus Ambracia, Gulf of Amida AmpMpolis, ...

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

AMASIA, an ancient city of Germany, now Marpurg, in the landgravate of Hesse, on the Lahn. Accoording to others, it is Embden in Westphalia. AMASIA, an ancient town of Turkey, in Natolia, the capital of the district of that name, and memorable for the birth of Stabo the geographer. It is the residence of a bashaw, and is seated near the river Iris or Kasalmack, fifty miles north-west of Tocat, and two hundred east of Constantinople. It was anciently the residence of the kings ...

Google previewBarclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1815)

by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)

AMASIA, a town of Turkey, in Natolia, memorable for the birth of Strabo the geographer, and is seated near the river Iris or Casalmak, 50 miles N.W. of Tocat. Long. 36.

Google previewEncyclopædia Britannica, or, A dictionary of arts and sciences, compiled upon a new plan (1771)

in which the different sciences and arts are digested into distinct treatises or systems, and the various technical terms, etc. are explained as they occur in the order of the alphabet by Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc

AMASIA, the northern division of lesser Asia, lying on the S. shore of the Euxine sea. Amasia, is also the name of the capital city of the 2bove province, situated in 360 E. long, and 420 N. lat. about 70 miles S. of the Euxine sea. AMASTRIS, or Am astro, a city of Turky in Asia, in the province of Bresaugil, situated on the Elack Sea. AMATIDES, a name used by some for an incombustible stone. See Amianthus. AMATITLAN, a town of N. America, situated in the. valley os Mixco, in the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica or a Dictionary of Arts and Sciences [...] (1771)

AMASIA, the northern division of lesser Asia, lying on the S. shore of the Euxine sea. Am a si A, is also the name of the capital city of the 2bove province, situated in 360 E. long, and 42 0 N. lat. about 70 miles S. of the Euxine sea. AMASTRIS, orAMASTRO, a city of Turky in Asia, in the province of Brcsaugil, situated on the Elack Sea. AMATIDES, a name used by some for an incombustible stone. Sec Amianthus. AMATITLAN, a town of N. America, situated in the. valley of Mixco, in the ...

Google previewA Geographical Dictionary, Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All the Countries, Provinces, Remarkable Cities ... (1688)

And Rivers of the Whole World: Their Distances, Longitudes and Latitudes by Edmund Bohun

Emden, Amasia, Emda, a German City in the Circle of Westphalia. It was anciently called Amasia, or Amisia, as Cluverius faith, from the River upon which it standeth. It is the Capital of EastFriesland, which is from this City often called the Principality of Embden; it is not great, but strong and well fortified. The Trade or People of this City, are neither of them confiderable, the Hollander having sometime since possessed themselves of it. This City stands fifteen Miles from Bremen to the ...

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Small photo of Amasia, TurkeySmall photo of Amasia, TurkeySmall photo of Lycian rock cut tombs of Dalyan Turkey.The earliest examples of these are said to have been carved in the 5 th century BC, and can be found in places such as Myra and Amasia.Small photo of Lycian rock cut tombs of Dalyan Turkey.The earliest examples of these are said to have been carved in the 5 th century BC, and can be found in places such as Myra and Amasia.Small photo of Lycian rock cut tombs of Dalyan Turkey.The earliest examples of these are said to have been carved in the 5 th century BC, and can be found in places such as Myra and Amasia.Small photo of Amasya, Turkey - January 27, 2017: Amasya is a city in northern Turkey and is the capital of Amasya Province, in the Black Sea Region. The city of Amasya, the Amaseia or Amasia of antiquitySmall photo of Amasia, Turkey More...

Scrabble value of A1M3A1S1I1A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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