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Granicus

[ gruh-nahy-kuhs ]
/ grəˈnaɪ kəs /
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noun

a river in NW Turkey, flowing N to the Sea of Marmara: battle 334 b.c. 45 miles (70 km) long.

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Granicus
/ (ɡrəˈnaɪkəs) /

noun

an ancient river in NW Asia Minor where Alexander the Great won his first major battle against the Persians (334 bc)
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