Veria is a city built at the foot of Vermion Mountains in Greece. It is a commercial center of Macedonia, the capital of the prefecture of Imathia, the province of Imathia and the seat of a bishop of the Greek Orthodox Church. Veria is on the site of the ancient city of Beroea, which was prominent from the 4th century BC and part of the Kingdom of Macedon. Part of Rome from 168 BC, both Paul and Silas preached there in AD 54 or 55. Diocletian made the large and populous city one of two capitals of the Roman Province of Macedonia, and it was one of the earliest cities to become the seat of a bishop. Invaded by Bulgars, it was conquered by the Ottomans in 1361, who named it Kara Ferye. It was incorporated into the Greek state in 1912.
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Engineers' Gazette Annual, Almanac, Diary and Log (1899)
As already mentioned the Veria is a cargo steamer built for the Cunard Steamship Company. The vessel is of the spar deck type and has a poop bridge house and topgallant forecastle, and will carry about 5,000 tons deadweight at a speed of ...
The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)
by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
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Lexicon universae rei nummariae veterum et praecipuie Gracorum et Romanorum etc. - Lipsiae, Gleditsch 1785-1805 (1804)
by Johann Christoph Rasche
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Encyclopedia of Forms and Precedents for Pleading and Practice, at Common Law, in Equity, and Under the Various Codes and Practice Acts (1901)
by William Henry Michael, William Mack, Howard Pervear Nash, Thomas Edward O'Brien, James Cockcroft
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Lexicon universae rei numariae veterum et praecipue graecorum ac romanorum cum observationibus antiquariis geographicis ... edidit Io. Christophorus Rasche. Praefatus est Christ. Gottl. Heyne (1793)
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Encyclopedia of Microcomputers (2002)
Volume 28 (Supplement 7) by Allen Kent, James G. Williams
53, 1,-P, Courtiat and R, C, De Oli veria, "Proving Temporal Consistency ...
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