“The origins of Kiev and rus were really established by people who identified as Vikings,” he said.
It is close to us, between Gjendin and rus Vand, and is one of the dome-shaped species.
There, down there, where all that rus' looks so red and bright, that's the gas-works.
How did Çȳ´rus, the new king, treat the Jews̝ who were in Băb´y̆-lon?
This morning we crossed the fjeld to rus Vand in a gale of wind.
Rhusma, rus′ma, n. a mixture of quicklime and orpiment, used as a depilatory.
"All the other women leave," said Lady Helmstone, with a rus significance.
Shrewd, astute, and rus as Barnum is, none knew better than he that the greatest object of interest in the Museum was himself.
After the departure of the Legate, Petrarch retired to his rus in urbe.
Ceteosaurus, set-e-o-saw′rus, n. a large dinosaurian reptile belonging to the Jurassic system.