Samothrace

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Sam·o·thrace

 (săm′ə-thrās′) or Sam·o·thrá·ki (sä′mô-thrä′kē)
An island of northeast Greece in the northeast Aegean Sea. The Winged Victory of Samothrace, now at the Louvre in Paris, was sculpted c. 200 bc and found on the island in 1863.
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Samothrace

(ˈsæməˌθreɪs)
n
(Placename) a Greek island in the NE Aegean Sea: mountainous. Pop: 2723 (2001)
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Sam•o•thrace

(ˈsæm əˌθreɪs)

n.
a Greek island in the NE Aegean. 3012. Greek, Sa•mo•thra•ke (ˌsɑ mɔˈθrɑ ki)
Sam`o•thra′cian (-ˈθreɪ ʃən) adj., n.
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