Definition of Gazars
1. gazar [n] - See also: gazar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gazars
gazars (current term)
gaze paretic nystagmus
Literary usage of Gazars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World, 1253-55 by Willem van Ruysbroeck (1900)
"... Kerkis) and gazars, see infra, 42, note 1. On the Ibers, or Georgians, see infra, 46. In another passage of his work (709) ' Pian de Carpine identities ..."
2. The History of the Christian Church: From the Birth of Christ to the by William Jones (1824)
"... and also gazars, as all heretics at this day are called throughout Germany and the northern countries; which name is supposed to be taken from the ..."
3. The History of the Christian Church: From the Birth of Christ to the by William Jones (1819)
"... and Josephi>ts, and also gazars, as all heretics at tlus day ore called throughout Germany and the northern countries; which name is supposed to be ..."
4. It's All in the Game: Butterflies, Mind Control--The Razor's Edge by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1994)
"Subject: gazars. The Garden of Aton [see Page 27], by Nora Boyles, Phoenix Source Pub., Inc., PO Box 27353, Las Vegas, NV 89126, ..."