Definition for candia (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for candia
What more is there to ask Candia McWilliam, someone whose memoir is already forthright to a fault?
When Scottish author Candia McWilliam lost her sight at the age of 52, she could have sunk deeper into her seclusion.
No indemnity was paid, and the Venetian garrison marched proudly out of Candia unsubdued.Venice and its Story|Thomas Okey
There are some remarkably ugly dogs in Candia, which seem to be a race between the wolf and the fox.The World of Waters|Mrs. David Osborne
The 26th it was continued at Candia, and a blessing seemed to attend it.Memoir of Rev. Joseph Badger|Elihu G. Holland
Omer Pacha and his army have surrounded the unhappy Island of Candia, and are tightening their folds like a huge serpent.From the Oak to the Olive|Julia Ward Howe
Demetrius Kalergy is descended from a Cretan family, whose name is famous in the annals of Candia.