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Halloumi is a firm, squeaky-textured cheese from Cyprus, usually made from a mix of goat’s and sheep’s milk.6 recipes that use halloumi cheese in all its squeaky, salty glory|Kari Sonde|April 12, 2021|Washington Post
Countries such as Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and Vanuatu have allowed wealthy foreigners residency rights and a coveted passport or visa if they make a sizable investment.
As of Wednesday, there were suspected Ebola patients in hospitals in Cyprus, Rome, Brussels, Paris and London.
The clearest precursor of this scenario was Helios Airways Flight 522 flying from Cyprus to Athens in August 2005.
Turkey—and the northern half of Cyprus, occupied by its troops since 1974—have been largely left out of the Levant Basin boom.
Cyprus and Greece, antagonized for decades by Turkey, were ideal candidates.
Israel was also due to host the Cyprus air force in a multinational drill this month.
Tanith also was a noted female deity, and was worshipped at Carthage and Cyprus by the Phoenician settlers.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
First, she drew nigh divine Cythera, and thence came next to wave-washed Cyprus.Ancient Faiths And Modern|Thomas Inman
And it came to pass that, as we were seated over the Cyprus wine, we heard a knock at the door.Lavengro|George Borrow
Amongst other arrangements to be made with the patron, 'Covenant that ye come not at Famagust in Cyprus for no thing.The Age of Erasmus|P. S. Allen
A gold necklet found at Enkomi, in Cyprus, consists of a line of models of this Mycenaean shield.Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang