Definition of Eurekas
1. eureka [n] - See also: eureka
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eurekas
Literary usage of Eurekas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Athletics at Princeton: A History by James Hugh Moffatt, Frank Presbrey (1901)
"eurekas Run Out, Rankin by -W>r//zr«/, Crocheron by ... After an interesting game, the eurekas won by the score of 12-24. An "old grad " writes of this ..."
2. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1917)
"The Early eurekas have taken second place for three years in succession. This year, however, the Early Rose gave nearly as good a yield as the Early eurekas ..."
3. Rowing and Track Athletics by Samuel Crowther, Arthur Brown Ruhl (1905)
"... the eurekas of Newark, the Vesper, Crescent, and Pennsylvania Barge Clubs of ... The first heats were won by the eurekas, who beat Dublin; by Yale; ..."
4. Brief on Behalf of the National Lumber Manufacturers Association by Joseph N. Teal (1916)
"Cost of raw material ("Clears" 65%, "eurekas" 30%, "Culls" 5%.' $ .95 Manufacturing cost, etc -82% Total cost of production $ 1.77% ..."