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cylix

(ˈsaɪlɪks; ˈsɪl-)
n, pl -lices (-lɪˌsiːz)
(Archaeology) a variant of kylix
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Noun1.cylix - a shallow drinking cup with two handlescylix - a shallow drinking cup with two handles; used in ancient Greece
cup - a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle; "he put the cup back in the saucer"; "the handle of the cup was missing"
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1) See the cylix reproduced by Gerhard, Abhandlungen, taf.
On an Attic red-figure cylix or stemmed drinking-cup there is a surprising scene of two young women who appear to be headed for school.
Larkey was marketing communications manager for Cylix Communications Corp.
The Cylix Corporation, The Siemon Company, Thomas & Betts, Thomas-Conrad, Transition Networks, Tri MAP International, Inc.
Prior to Vitalink Communications, McCready held senior sales management positions with Cylix Corporation, a data communications company, Tymshare, Inc and Computer Network Corporation.
Press inquiries should be directed to Nancy Caldwell of Cylix Communications at ncaldwell@cylixcommunications.
A new brochure from Cylix outlines a range of products providing surge protection for data applications.
May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- In keeping pace with today's ever-changing technology, The Cylix Corporation is proud to announce the introduction of its new Universal Serial Bus Protector, another first-in- the industry solution from Cylix.
April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- THE CYLIX CORPORATION has recently introduced a new series of data line surge protectors targeted toward the ISP (Internet Service Providers) and Structured Cabling Industries.
Pfeister held senior sales management positions at Cabletron/Netlink, MFS DataNet, Cylix Communications and Codex/Motorola.
and Cylix Communications Corporation, which were all acquired during 1994.
He has also held various sales and sales management positions with Wang Laboratories, RCA Cylix, Bell of Pennsylvania and Burroughs Corporation.