Origin of Asiatic
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OTHER WORDS FROM Asiatichalf-A·si·at·ic, adjectivenon-A·si·at·ic, adjective, nounpro-A·si·at·ic, adjectivetrans-A·si·at·ic, adjective
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The ancient equine from Syro-Mesopotamia existed around 4,500 years ago and was a cross between a donkey and a hemippe, a type of Asiatic wild ass, researchers report January 14 in Science Advances.Part donkey, part wild ass, the kunga is the oldest known hybrid bred by humans|Jake Buehler|January 14, 2022|Science News
Their different beliefs and Asiatic features have made them easy targets.
By bringing men over from the Asiatic side and from Adrianople the Turks seem to be able to keep up their strength.
As already reported in my telegram, fire from the Asiatic shore is at times troublesome, but I am taking steps to deal with it.
Extra howitzers will be most useful to replace pieces damaged by enemy batteries on the Asiatic side of the Dardanelles.
It was the day on which we crossed the p. 165Bosphorus by steamer to visit Scutari on the Asiatic shore.
Drafted also a long cable discussing a diversion on the Asiatic shore of the Dardanelles.