Eleusis

Eleusis

[ih-loo-sis]
noun
a city in ancient Greece, in Attica.
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Eleusis (ɪˈluːsɪs)
 
n
Modern Greek name: Elevsís a town in Greece, in Attica about 23 km (14 miles) west of Athens, of which it is now an industrial suburb
 
Eleusinian
 
n, —adj

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eleusis

card game invented by Robert Abbott and first described in Martin Gardner's "Mathematical Games" column in Scientific American (July 1959). A more-refined version appeared in Abbott's New Card Games (1967), with a further extension privately published in 1977.

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