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OTHER WORDS FROM Cypruspro-Cy·prus, adjective
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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.
In conservative Cyprus there was not that break with the past which occurred in other portions of the Greek world.
The native inhabitants, including a great many from Cyprus, were of all creeds, the greater part being Mahomedans.The Thistle and the Cedar of Lebanon|Habeeb Risk Allah
Cicero tells us how no less austere a patriot than Brutus thus exacted from the town of Salamis in Cyprus, 48 per cent.Early Britain--Roman Britain|Edward Conybeare
In the garden of her temple, in her own island of Cyprus, is a tree with yellow leaves and yellow branches and golden fruit.
Antigonus, elated by the successes of Demetrius at Cyprus, at once marched to attack Ptolemy.Plutarch's Lives, Volume IV|Aubrey Stewart