Eolic


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Eolic

(iːˈɒlɪk; ɪˈəʊlɪk)
adj, n
1. (Peoples) a variant spelling of Aeolic
2. (Languages) a variant spelling of Aeolic
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Ae•ol•ic

or E•ol•ic

(iˈɒl ɪk)

n.
1. the group of ancient Greek dialects spoken in Aeolis, Lesbos, Thessaly, and Boeotia.
adj.
[1730–40; < Latin < Greek]
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Noun1.Eolic - the dialect of Ancient Greek spoken in Thessaly and Boeotia and Aeolis
Ancient Greek - the Greek language prior to the Roman Empire
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Although the thickness of eolic sediments has not been studied in northeast Mendoza, Sepulveda (2001) notes that along the lower stretch of the river, eolic material may be 100 m thick.
Tses Glass has also appointed BDF Industries to develop and build its 25 MW Eolic Power Plant in Tses to power its furnaces.
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