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cera

[seer-uh] /ˈsɪər ə/
noun
1.
(in prescriptions) wax.
Origin of cera
From the Latin word cēra
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  • cera stared at her more and more surprised and more and more angry.

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  • As the song and motion dance ceased, cera called loudly again.

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  • cera or Kerala lay on the west coast in the modern Travancore.

  • cera perduta, as its name 100 indicates, is an old Italian method, and was used by Benvenuto Cellini.

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  • From an early period the extreme south of the peninsula was divided into three states known as the Pndya, cera and Cola kingdoms.

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