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SYR
   is the international car registration for   
Syria
Syr Darya - Naryn
   River runs through   
Kazakhstan
3,078 km. Kazakhstan / Kyrgyzstan / Uzbekistan / Tajikistan
Syr Darya - Naryn
   River runs through   
Kyrgyzstan
3,078 km. Kazakhstan / Kyrgyzstan / Uzbekistan / Tajikistan
Syr Darya - Naryn
   River runs through   
Uzbekistan
3,078 km. Kazakhstan / Kyrgyzstan / Uzbekistan / Tajikistan
Syr Darya - Naryn
   River runs through   
Tajikistan
3,078 km. Kazakhstan / Kyrgyzstan / Uzbekistan / Tajikistan
Saint Simeon Stylites
   was a   
Syrian Monk
Lived for 37 years on a small platform on top of a pillar; c. 390-459 AD
Syria
   has the capital   
Damascus
Its first appearance in history, is as a city conquered in the 15th century BC by the Pharaoh Thutmosis III. Damascus was conquered in 333 BC by Parmenion. In 66 BC it was occupied by Pompey and belonged to the province of Syria. After resistance and a few uprisings, Syria was proclaimed Independent by the French general, Catroux, on September 16th 1941.
Mossyrock
   Dam is located in   
The U.S.A.
184.7 m high. 502 m long. Cowlitz River
Tiglath-Pileser III
   was a   
Neo-Assyrian Emperor
Widely regarded as the founder of the Neo-Assyrian Empire; 8th century BC
Syria
   has this flag:   

Caramel
   means   
A Latte With Caramel Syrup
Assyriology
   is the study of   
The Assyrians
Funerary Bust of Aqmat
   was made in   
Syria
Painted stone, c. 110; British Museum, London
Syria
   is the site of   
Ancient City of Damascus
Caffè Amaretto
   means   
A Latte With Almond Syrup
Arabic
   is an official language of   
Syria
Syria
   lies to the north of   
Jordan
Jordan/Iraq
Anti-Lebanon
   are located in   
Syria
Takes in Lebanon, Syria and Israel.
Siren/syren
   is the heraldic term for   
A Mermaid
Syracuse
   has the   
Orange
Syracuse, New York
Syria
   is   

Air Force Roundel of Syria 1948-1958
   is   

Assyrian King and Attendants
   was made in   
Iraq
Glazed terracotta, c. 870 BC; British Museum, London
President Bashar Al-Assad
   is Head of State of   
Syria
Since July 2000
Turkey
   lies to the north of   
Syria
Syria/Iraq
Tigris
   River runs through   
Syria
1,950 km. Turkey / Iraq / Syria / Iran
Syracuse
   is a chief town in   
Sicily
Syracuse
   plays in the   
Big East
Syracuse, New York
Syracuse
   is situated in   
New York
George Clooney
   for his role in   
Syriana (2005)
As Bob Barnes
Syria
   is situated in   
Asia
Charles Gabriel Pravaz
   invented   
The Hypodermic Syringe
1853; France. In 1853, French physician Charles Pravaz developed the first practical metal syringe. Pravaz added a fine, hollow needle to the end of his syringe instead of the tube.
Syrian
   desert is in   
Syria
260 000 km²
Shatt Al-Arab - Euphrates
   River runs through   
Syria
3,596 km. Iraq / Turkey / Iran / Syria
Sūriyā
   is the native name for   
Syria
Vick’s, Robitussin, Boiron
   are all   
Brands of Cough Syrup
Archimedes of Syracuse
   uttered the last words   
"Wait 'Till I Have Finished My Problem!"
Syriana (2005)
   starred   
Kayvan Novak, George Clooney and Matt Damon
Director: Stephen Gaghan
.sy
   internet domain is used by   
Syrian Arab Republic
Let Antipholus In
   comes from the musical   
The Boys From Syracuse
This wasn't included in the 2002 revival.
Al Wehda (Al Maqarin)
   Dam is located in   
Syria
171 m high. 600 m long.
Vermont
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Maple Syrup
Syrup of Figs
   means   
Wig
Syrinx, Keel, Wattle, Gizzard
   are all   
Bird Anatomy Parts






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