Cura

[instrument] The cura (dʒuˈɾa) is the smallest member of the bağlama family with the highest pitched sound. The member one size bigger than cura which gives a sound that is one octave lower than cura is the tambura. And the one with the deepest sound is the divan sazi whose sound is one octave lower compared to tambura. The smallest mem...
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Cura

Cura is slang for heroin.
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Cura

Cura is slang for heroin.
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cura

Latin, meaning: management, administration, care, concern, charge.
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Cura

(Latin) thoughtfulness.
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Cura

smallest of the saz family, about 75cm.
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Cura

Cura is the name of a divine figure whose name means `Care` or `Concern` in Latin. Hyginus seems to have created both the personification and story for his Fabulae, poem 220. In crossing a river, Cura gathered clay and, engrossed in thought, began to mold it. When she was thinking about what she had already made, Jove arrived on the scene. Cur...
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Cura

[genus] Cura is a genus of freshwater flatworm (triclad) belonging to the family Dugesiidae. Cura was ranked as a subgenus of Dugesia until 1974, then it was upgraded to the genus rank. Individuals of this genus have a low triangle-shaped head. Cura species present a disjunct distribution. C. foremanii inhabits North America, while C. forti...
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