He claimed to be related to a quarter of the voters in Iberia Parish—sometimes to a full half of them.
The first was Iberia Flight 6024, an Airbus A340, which was only 12 minutes behind Flight 447.
Both parts of the Iberia floated away and kept above water for hours, allowing the rescue of all hands.
It was restored by a Prince of Georgia or Iberia, and enlarged by his son, a caloyer.
The country of Iberia was barren, its inhabitants rude and savage.
He took his ship, with a hundred men well armed, and hid them in a bay of Iberia.
The transference of the Rialto to Iberia was of a piece with the discovery of a sea-coast in Bohemia.
Such was in Iberia the mountain of salt so highly written of by Cato.
They are contiguous to the Caucasian mountains, to Iberia, and Colchis.
He attacks Iberia, deposes Sauromaces, and sets up a new King.