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an inhabitant of ancient Thrace

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a Thraco-Phrygian language spoken by the ancient people of Thrace but extinct by the early Middle Ages

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The Thracian slave's world (the need for water) and the philosopher's world (the sky and constellations) are simultaneous and interwoven happenings of the same life.
For example, the Bulgariana 2011 cabernet sauvignon from Bulgaria's Thracian Valley was ranked #29 on Wine Enthusiast's Top 100 Best Buys of 2014.
Irina had a nice experience on the set of "Hercules: The Thracian Wars.
I enjoyed everything about my victory last year at Thracian Cliffs in Bulgaria.
McDowell travelled to Wentworth after a tiring week at Thracian Cliffs, where he sealed a 2&1 victory over Jaidee on his 99th hole of the tournament.
Colsaerts was five down after just nine holes to South African Branden Grace before eventually losing 4&3, while Poulter started with three straight birdies at the spectacular Thracian Cliffs but also carded four bogeys and a double bogey in a 3&2 defeat to Thongchai Jaidee.
Next best VVHENRIK Stenson 8-1 Being seeded in the World Match Play is nowhere near as big an advantage as it used to be in its Wentworth days (when the big guns had to play 36 holes fewer than the rest), but the Thracian Cliffs seeds get to spread their group-stage workload over the first two days (while the non-seeds have to sit out Thursday before playing twice on Friday).
GOLF: Next season's Volvo World Match Play Championship will break new ground for the European Tour by being staged in Bulgaria, with the Gary Player-designed Thracian Cliffs course beside the Black Sea the new venue on May 16-19.
From there she looks at his influence under six themes associated with his life and doings: trees, the sea, love, death, fame and scattering--the last being based on Orpheus' murder by the Thracian women who had been put out by his taking their menfolk off to be educated in matters occult.
In Bulgaria, some claim that the tradition can be traced back as far as Thracian times, at least perhaps in the symbolism--frankly, a difficult argument to maintain given that latter-day interpretations of the red and white motifs of martenitsi vary.
The tale incorporates the religion of Roman Britain, Old and Medieval Welsh literature, Salisbury Plain, the cult of the Thracian horsemen, the oracle of Dodona, the star Arcturus, and the mythical founder of Arcadia.
Summary: SOFIA: Bulgarian mogul Vasil Bozhkov is openingA[degrees] up his private collection of rare Thracian artifacts, offering a glimpse of an ancient civilization which has left no written records.
The same goes for Bradman's story about Spartacus, the Thracian gladiator who rebelled against the Roman Republic.
American grass and Thracian wilderness Grow peacefully with nothing to
Prince Alwaleed was also awarded the honorary title of Doctor Honoris Causa of the Thracian University.