Myra


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My·ra

 (mī′rə)
An ancient Lycian city of southern Asia Minor. A major seaport, it was one of the chief cities of the region.

My•ra

(ˈmaɪ rə)

n.
an ancient city in SW Asia Minor, in Lycia.
References in classic literature ?
There was something about a former school chum who was also to be at Myra's house--Myra is Mary's cousin you know."
"I do hope it isn't Aunt Myra; she always scares me out of my wits asking how my cough is, and groaning over me as if I was going to die," said Rose, preparing to retire the way she came, for the slide, being cut for the admission of bouncing Christmas turkeys and puddings, was plenty large enough for a slender girl.
"Guess you'll wish it was Aunt Myra when you see who has come.
Your Cousin Myra broke the bottle her tooth-powder was in when she was here last winter and I gave her that old can to keep it in.
'Detained at the police jail, the negro wench, Myra. Has several marks of LASHING, and has irons on her feet.'
At that moment, in the middle of a crescendo, Myra Cunningham had pirouetted onto the stage on her unlikely legs.
Myra, now 82, got in touch after reader Mary Campbell wrote to our Just Ask column last week to find out when the Globetrotters played at Ibrox Stadium.
Myra sent my mother one shoe of a pair of a wooden shoes that a British soldier had given to her after her home was bombed and most items were lost and burned.
The relationship between Myra and Lily is established on such grounds.
Although Myra senses a chance to escape, she must be pushed into flying.
Myra Digital India a security solution company introduces 19inch LCD integrated with a Digital Video Recorder.
Myra, who was just 14 when she beat 1,000 other hopefuls in the Young Fashion Designer competition held earlier this year, created a khaki green one-shouldered body-con dress, inspired by the military trend.