How to use Granicus in a sentence
After accounting for listings featured on multiple sites, Granicus found 13,919 unique rentals, a number that includes both entire homes and home-sharing.
Granicus scraped about 50 websites where vacation rentals are advertised and found 16,361 listings in the city as of mid-January.
The first data set obtained by VOSD comes from Granicus, formerly known as Host Compliance, which the city once paid to help it track down rental operators who weren’t paying hotel taxes.
Bob Ainsbury is chief product officer of Granicus, a provider of cloud-based citizen engagement technologies and services.How digitalization could help American states and cities bounce back from the COVID recession | matthewheimer | October 7, 2020 | Fortune
In spite of the size of the Persian army, which was much larger than his own, Alexander won a complete victory at the Granicus.The Story of the Greeks | H. A. Guerber
The same Isaac or Isac was sometimes rendered sacus, and supposed to have been a son of the river Granicus.
Alexander having conquered the Persians at the battle of the Granicus, marched towards Sardis.Ruins of Ancient Cities (Vol. II of II) | Charles Bucke
Alexander enters upon the conquest of Persia; he is victorious over Darius at the Granicus.
Captain Wise, of the Granicus, waited until all the ships had taken their stations.The Life of Admiral Viscount Exmouth | Edward Osler
British Dictionary definitions for Granicus
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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