Cirenaica


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Cirenaica

(ˌsaɪrəˈneɪɪkə; ˌsɪrə-)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Cyrenaica
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Cyr•e•na•i•ca

or Cir•e•na•i•ca

(ˌsɪr əˈneɪ ɪ kə, ˌsaɪ rə-)

n.
1. an ancient district in N Africa.
2. the E part of Libya.
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En el local alternaban, en brillantes cromolitografias, la guerra de los boers, Tripoli, la Cirenaica, Sicilia, Calabria, todo el repertorio, en fin, en cuanto a guerras y bandidajes, ediciones populares de Ponson du Terrail, Las mil y una noches, Carlota Braeme, folletines gauchescos, junto a las mas variadas manifestaciones de cultura oral y grafica (2008: 38).
Trata-se de um monumento que teria sido erigido em honra a dois irmaos cartagineses nos confins da Tripolitania, isto e, na fronteira com a Cirenaica (as duas regioes estao localizadas, hoje em dia, na Libia).
("Per quando e tardi") Guccini's poetic relationship with the night might have started in Bologna, and precisely in the Cirenaica, his old neighbourhood.
Libya was formed regardless of the needs of the original tribes and territories in the region: Tripolitania, Cirenaica and Fezzan-Ghadames ('Libya needs assistance, not intervention', Gulf News, May 17).
(1928): Di alcune facies Litho-Paleontologiche del Terziario di Derna, nella Cirenaica. Bolletino della Societa Geologica Italiana 37, 109-113.