syracuse

  1. a city in central New York
  2. a city in southeastern Sicily that was founded by Corinthians in the 8th century BC
  3. the Roman siege of Syracuse (214-212 BC) was eventually won by the Romans who sacked the city (killing Archimedes)
  4. the Athenian siege of Syracuse (415-413 BC) was eventually won by Syracuse

Syracuse

[manufactured products] In the 1830s, practically all there was in the Syracuse, New York area, outside of the salt works, were 24 manufacturing establishments including a flouring mill, two carriage shops, a planing mill, tin shop, two leather manufacturers, three machine shops, a soap and candle factory, one brewery, one distillery, three...
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Syracuse

[n] - a city in central New York 2. [n] - a city in southeastern Sicily that was founded by Corinthians in the 8th century BC 3. [n] - the Roman siege of Syracuse (214-212 BC) was eventually won by the Romans who sacked the city (killing Archimedes) 4. [n] - the Athenian siege of Syracuse (415-413 BC) was eventually won by Syracu...
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Syracuse

Syr'a·cuse noun A red wine of Italy.
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Syracuse

siege of Syracuse noun the Athenian siege of Syracuse (415-413 BC) was eventually won by Syracuse
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Syracuse

Siracusa noun a city in southeastern Sicily that was founded by Corinthians in the 8th century BC
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Syracuse

• (n.) A red wine of Italy.
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Syracuse

city, on the east coast of Sicily, 33 miles (53 km) south of Catania. It was the chief Greek city of ancient Sicily.[22 related articles]
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Syracuse

city, seat (1827) of Onondaga county, central New York, U.S. It lies at the south end of Lake Onondaga, midway between Albany and Buffalo (147 miles ... [1 related articles]
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Syracuse

Syracuse (sir'ukyOOs, –kyOOz) , Ital. Siracusa, city (1991 pop. 125,941), capital of Syracuse prov., SE Sicily, Italy, on the Ionian Sea. It has a port and is a market and tourist center. Its manufactures include machinery and processed food. The old town, on the small island of Ortygia, i...
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Syracuse

Syracuse (sir'ukyOOs, ser'–) , city (1990 pop. 163,860), seat of Onondaga co., central N.Y., on Onondaga Lake and the Erie Canal; settled c.1788, inc. as a city 1848. It is a port of entry, and its many manufactures include electrical and electronic equipment, automobile and aircraft p...
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Syracuse

(Sicily) Industrial port (chemicals, salt) in eastern Sicily; population (1992) 126,800. It has a cathedral and remains of temples, aqueducts, catacombs, and an amphitheatre. Founded 734 BC by the Corinthians, it became a centre of Greek culture under the elder and younger Dionysius. After...
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Syracuse

[satellite] Syracuse (Système de Radiocommunication utilisant un satellite, satellite based radiocommunication system) is a series of French military communications satellites. Syracuse is intended to ensure the French military can communicate between mainland France and military units deployed around the world. The satellite participates ...
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