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Definition of the noun Lebida
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Lebida is a genus of incertae sedis, described by Motschulsky in 1862.
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The Catholic Encyclopedia (1922)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church
LEMBERG 456 LEBIDA Lemberg, ARCHDIOCESE OF. See Lwow. ing condition, as is also the Federation of Catholic León, DIOCESE OF (LEONENSIS, IN AMERICA CEN- students. Since the war a yearly collection has TPAUS), in the ...
by Richard Brookes
Lebida, a seaport of the kingdom of Tripoli, with a gtood harbour, and an old castle. It is seated on the Mediterranean, 85 miles E of Tripoli. Lon. 14.50 E, lat. 32 50 N. Lébriaa, or Debrija, a town of Spain, in Andalufia, with a castle, seated in a ...
A General Gazetteer; Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary, Containing a Description of the Nations, Empires, Kingdoms, States ... in the Known World (1818)
Lebida, a seaport of the kingdom of Tripoli, with a good harbour, ...
A Geographical Dictionary (1817)
Or Universal Gazetteer, Ancient and Modern in Two Volumes by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Lebida. ' - Tan', or Tom, r. Africa, which runs through the kingdom of Pope into the sea. Tarichilz, now Jowries.
by Richard Brookes
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Scrabble value of L1E1B3I1D2A1
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