Half my cousins talk about going back--maybe not to the small town, but to somewhere around Syracuse or Rochester.
David Yaffe is a professor of English at Syracuse University.
Robert Thompson, the director of Syracuse University's Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture would agree.
We watching the Syracuse game ... thanks for the prayers and concern ... he will update you all soon.
Remember these names: Toney Douglas of Florida State…Blake Griffin of Oklahoma…and, of course, Jonny Flynn of Syracuse.
Syracuse was older than Rome, and had a fortress of a mile and a half in length.
Syracuse sends compliments to Prof. Morse, and asks how are the Yorkers.
This evening has been marked by a visit from the Chaplain, who has returned from Syracuse.
She was first called the Syracuse, but afterward the Alexandria.
And the wagon-lit, booked to Syracuse, calmly left stranded in the station of Messina, to go no further.
city in Sicily, founded as a Corinthian colony, 8c. B.C.E., from a pre-Hellenic word, perhaps Phoenician serah "to feel ill," in reference to its location near a swamp. The city in New York, U.S., was named 1825 for the classical city.
a city on the south-east coast of Sicily, where Paul landed and remained three days when on his way to Rome (Acts 28:12). It was distinguished for its magnitude and splendour. It is now a small town of some 13,000 inhabitants.