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Cypriot

, Cypriote
1. a native, citizen, or inhabitant of Cyprus
2. the dialect of Ancient or Modern Greek spoken in Cyprus
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A grave mistake on the part of the Kurdish defense, allowed a Cypriote player to swivel and turn a Kurdish defender before firing past Kurdistan goalkeeper Didar Hamid, to ignite his side's recovery in the 40th minute.
This is a Cypriote syllabic tablet, dealing with payments to a family of physicians who had cared for the wounded in a conflict with the Persians.
Walker - currently on loan at Blue Square North outfit Droylsden - is in the squad to face the Cypriote U19 side on March 26, and Paralimni FC three days later.
The 31-year-old Senegal striker - who signed for Wrexham along with Cypriote midfielder Angelos Tsiaklis yesterday - has played 57 times for his country and has had spells at Leeds United, Marseille and St Etienne.
One could imagine that he wears a privy coat because he fears Montano, recovering from the wound drunken Cassio gave him, or one of Montano's Cypriote friends.
For his part, Nicholas Coureas explores the role of the military orders in Cypriote commerce just after the fall of Acre.
An example of this is their interference in Cypriote domestic politics in 1460.
Chapters 3 to 8 deal with Barnabas as a Cypriote well-to-do and generous leader of the Christian community (106); his patron/client relation to Paul (195); the successes of "Saul" with Barjesus/Elymas (one person, 282) before proconsul S.
A large crowd gathered in the vicinity of the City Hall to watch the change as indicated on the faces of the clock which rests under the shadow of the restored Cypriote antique of Justice.
For Nicosia, the primary goal of such measures should be oto strive for the economic integration of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriote communities and serve the ultimate goal of reunification of the island".
Cypriote Bronze-work in the Mycenaean World, Oxford.