cera

[seer-uh]

Origin of cera

From the Latin word cēra
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Contemporary Examples of cera

  • Best Moment: When Galifianakis attempts to make Cera tickle his thigh (with disappointing results).

  • “When I watched the movie, it was the first time I understood what a dick he could be,” Cera said.

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    Michael Cera Gets a Life

    Jace Lacob

    August 9, 2010

  • At one point on a date, Cera pretends to leave the restaurant, leaving Yi sitting despondent for a full minute.

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    The Nerd Princess

    Rachel Syme

    August 6, 2009

  • When Yi and Cera started filming Paper Heart, they both played fictional versions of themselves—falling in love.

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    The Nerd Princess

    Rachel Syme

    August 6, 2009

  • Paper Heart is full of pregnant pauses and smirky exchanges between Yi and Cera—each trying to top the other with clumsy gestures.

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    The Nerd Princess

    Rachel Syme

    August 6, 2009

Historical Examples of cera

  • As the song and motion dance ceased, Cera called loudly again.

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    Vernon Kellogg

  • Cera stared at her more and more surprised and more and more angry.

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    Vernon Kellogg

  • Cera or Kerala lay on the west coast in the modern Travancore.

  • Cera perduta, as its name 100 indicates, is an old Italian method, and was used by Benvenuto Cellini.

  • From an early period the extreme south of the peninsula was divided into three states known as the Pndya, Cera and Cola kingdoms.