Caesar


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conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC)

United States comedian who pioneered comedy television shows (born 1922)

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Caesar used a special cipher during the Gallic Wars.
Goldsworthy addresses the narrative of the annual campaigns of Caesar in Gaul in individual chapters and with great liveliness.
Caesar had been documented having at least four epileptic seizures during his career.
Shakespeare, in fact, may have been especially concerned with the nature of his craft when composing the play since Julius Caesar is thought to be the first play performed at the new Globe Theatre in 1599.
Caesar is elected one of Rome's two consuls for the year 59 B.
When Rooney began responding to a question directed to Caesar, Reiner interrupted: ``You're not Sid Caesar.
gt;From late May 2003 to mid-April, Caesar was a soldier in Baghdad: patrolling, raiding, searching cars at checkpoints.
What followed was three years of civil war, which Caesar eventually won.
In the beginning, both God and Caesar made substantial contributions to the neighborhood.
The project will demonstrate the capabilities for synergy using multiple sensors from the CAESAR nations, using a combination of simulation and live fly exercises.
Parmesan Pizza Sticks, spinach and artichoke dip, Veggie Patch pizza, vegetable stir-fry, spinach-filled Triple Stack Tortilla, California Vegetable Roll-up, fettuccine primavera al pesto, Gardenburger (check with each individual restaurant--ingredients vary depending on burger type), guacamole (gelatin), Caesar salad dressing that comes with Caesar and Pasta Bowl Combo and the Caesar salad (anchovies)
To the extent that Julius Caesar still factors into our consciousness, it's probably as Shakespeare's Caesar: powerful, mature, a legendary general and politician murdered in a conspiracy led by his erstwhile friend Brutus.
Julius Caesar (Colm Feore) owns the known world, but anarchy is afoot.
The young Caesar was sailing to Rhodes to improve his rhetorical skills under the tutelage of the legendary Appolonius Molo, a noted philosopher and rhetorician.