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Car·i·an

 (kâr′ē-ən)
adj.
Of or relating to the inhabitants of ancient Caria, their culture, or their language.
n.
1. An inhabitant of ancient Caria.
2. The extinct Anatolian language of the Carians, known from scattered funerary inscriptions.
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Though popularly ascribed to Homer, its real author is said by Suidas to have been Pigres, a Carian, brother of Artemisia, `wife of Mausonis', who distinguished herself at the battle of Salamis.
CREW: B Watson--Skipper, M Gilfoyle--Navigator, V Adillon, J De Carian, N De Carian
It does include useful lists of bronzes found outside Egypt, as well as examples with and without provenience inscribed in Greek, Phoenician, Carian, Persian, and Northwest Semitic, and with bilingual dedications.
146, where the practice of husbands and wives not dining together in certain Ionian cities was explained as a reaction to the murder of the Carian families of the first wives of the Greek colonists who settled the cities.
A particularly exciting suggestion is made in connection with the Tyrian pirates who arrive in a Carian cutter, abduct Daphnis, and batter Dorco to death.
Peter Sommer Travels has added a new gulet cruise along the Carian coast, Turkey.
On the roster of those attending are Carina Adams, Suzy Ayers, Danielle Bannister, Antoinette Candela, Cervone, Carian Cole, Jill Cooper, Lisa Beth Darling, Nicki DeStasi, Derek Dorr, Renee Dyer, Renee Ericson, W.
Brascher e Carian (2010) expoem que a base dos modernos SOC sao os conceitos e as relacoes entre eles; e e exatamente a estrutura e o nivel de complexidade na relacao entre termos, conceitos e classes que diferenciam os SOC.
These estimates are from Carian College Advisors, an education consultancy specialising in US admissions guidance, and are based on the latest 2013 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange, released by the Institute of International Education in partnership with the US Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
These estimates are from Carian College Advisors, an education consultancy specialising in US Admissions guidance, and are based on the 2013 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange, released by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in partnership with the US Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
The ancient city of Labranda was sacred to the Carian and Mysian civilizations.
Independent educational consulting office Carian College Advisors, and US-based collegiate scouting and recruiting organisation National Scouting Report (NSR), have signed an exclusive partnership and cross-marketing agreement to cover student athletes living in the UAE, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.