Grecian


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Grecian

1. (esp of beauty or architecture) conforming to Greek ideals, esp in being classically simple
2. a scholar of or expert in the Greek language or literature
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From Smyrna towards the Holy Land the course will lay through the Grecian Archipelago, close by the Isle of Patmos, along the coast of Asia, ancient Pamphylia, and the Isle of Cyprus.
She had depended on a twilight walk to the Grecian temple, and perhaps all over the grounds, and an evening merely cold or damp would not have deterred her from it; but a heavy and settled rain even SHE could not fancy dry or pleasant weather for walking.
The Achaean league, as it is called, was another society of Grecian republics, which supplies us with valuable instruction.
And this was the singular case of the Grecian Interpreter, the explanation of which is still involved in some mystery.
Holmes, however, is, I fancy, of a different way of thinking, and holds to this day that, if one could find the Grecian girl, one might learn how the wrongs of herself and her brother came to be avenged.
The next day, the 16th of February, we left the basin which, between Rhodes and Alexandria, is reckoned about 1,500 fathoms in depth, and the Nautilus, passing some distance from Cerigo, quitted the Grecian Archipelago after having doubled Cape Matapan.
Inject Grecian style into your living room with beautiful and simple shapes, adding interest through texture and colour.
With its pretty ceramic stones, the pebble table lamp in grey will instantly bring the Grecian coastline into your home.
* Souvlaki dinner: pork shish-kabobs marinated in lemon, oregano, and other Grecian spices
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The breakthrough was facilitated by a magazine story that included an in-depth narrative of the 1883 rescue of the Grecian, which was damaged in a storm in the Atlantic Ocean and began to take on water.
The planning application details the restoration and conversion of both the 1828-built Knolle Park House and its Grecian-style lodge house, with 35 two- and three-bed apartments, a mix of 15 attached and detached houses and the restoration of the Grecian Lodge and Orangery house proposed.