- about: cir. 1800.
Origin of cir.1
From the Latin word circā, circiter, circum
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Examples from the Web for cir
In an interview with CIR, he admitted to making scores of copies of surgical screws for Spinal Solutions.
Surgeons insist they never used subpar implants, and CIR has no evidence the doctors were involved in the scheme.
Williams did not respond to calls, emails or letters from CIR.
He told CIR that she did not ask for samples of screws or talk about implants.
Company engineers examined those photos at the request of CIR and reported that none looked authentic.
He may be supposed to have been in reputation for about fifty years, cir.
According to Brown, Sagittarius is depicted on a stone, cir.Astronomical Curiosities
J. Ellard Gore
But the Christians, say the Jesuits, siding with the Tartars, cir.The Lusiad
Lus de Cames
Lugal-zaggisi, king of Erech, founds an empire in western Asia cir.Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations
Cir′cumciser, one who circumcises; Circumci′sion, the act of circumcising.
- (preceding a date) circa
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