Definition of Cires

1. cire [n] - See also: cire



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cires

circumzygomatic fixation
circus
circus acrobat
circus movement
circus rhythm
circus ring
circus tent
circuses
circusiana
circusless
circuslike
circussy
circusy
cire
cire perdue
cires (current term)
cirio
cirl
cirl bunting
cirls
cirque
cirques
cirrate
cirrhi
cirrhiferous
cirrhogenous
cirrhonosus
cirrhose
cirrhosed
cirrhoses

Literary usage of Cires

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1. Letters on South America: Comprising Travels on the Banks of the Paraná and (1843)
"... Martinez y cires—Don Agustin Saenz and his polacca— Smuggling—The way of endowing brides. THE population of Corrientes, in character and class, ..."

2. The Policy Paradox in Africa: Strengthening Links Between Economic Research by Elias Ayuk, Mohamed Ali Marouani (2007)
"To date, about 120 rural economy PhD-holders have been trained through this program and cires gained international recognition in research and training. ..."

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