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That part of New York, lower Manhattan, dominated for 300 years, then all of a sudden the whole thing rises up—Eureka-like.
Mayor Frank Jager of Eureka made that clear when he spoke at a press conference outside the church.
A dispatcher relayed instructions from a Eureka detective to the arresting deputies.
The chef behind hit Beverly Hills pop-up restaurant Eureka is Flynn McGarry.Meet Flynn McGarry: America’s Next Great Chef Is 14 Years Old|Jace Lacob|May 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Not just one of his films but all of them from Performance through to Eureka.Danny Boyle, Director of 'Trance,' On His Favorite Psychological Thrillers|Danny Boyle|April 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"We ought to have called him and Dorothy when we were first attacked," added Eureka.
"Eureka sees better in the dark than we can," whispered Dorothy.
They mounted into the buggy, Dorothy holding Eureka safe in her lap.
Dorothy held Eureka in her arms and bade her friends a fond good-bye.
You owe the Eureka, as your share of the assessment, two dollars and forty cents.The Varmint|Owen Johnson
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A Greek word meaning “I have found it!” An exclamation that accompanies a discovery: “When she finally located the rare book, the scholar cried, ‘Eureka!’” (See Archimedes.)