- Gulf of, an inlet of the Mediterranean, on the N coast of Libya.
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It is situated on a narrow strip of land between the Gulf of Sidra and a salt marsh, in 30 7′ N. lat.
The Spanish bottled cider (sidra) is a refreshing drink, mixed with lemonade, in hot weather.The Story of Seville
Walter M. Gallichan
Farther to the east, along the shores of the Gulf of Sidra, nothing but dreary wastes of sand prevail.The World and Its People: Book VII
Anna B. Badlam
For eight and twenty years, until his old age, Rab devoted himself to the Sidra at Sora (219–247).History of the Jews, Vol. II (of 6)
- Gulf of Sidra a wide inlet of the Mediterranean on the N coast of Libya