Ancienty
Ancienty An"cient*y, n. [F. anciennet['e], fr. ancien. See {Ancient}.] 1. Age; antiquity. [Obs.] --Martin. [1913 Webster]

2. Seniority. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] ||


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  • ancienty — /eynshantiy/ Eldership; seniority. Used in the statute of Ireland, 14 Hen. VIII …   Black's law dictionary

  • ancienty — /eynshantiy/ Eldership; seniority. Used in the statute of Ireland, 14 Hen. VIII …   Black's law dictionary

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  • Lapithos — (Greek: Λάπηθος; Turkish: Lapta) is a town of Kyrenia District on the northern coast of Cyprus, which was a kingdom in ancienty. According to Strabo, the settlement was founded by Spartans. In Assyrian inscriptions, Lapithos is mentioned as one… …   Wikipedia

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