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The meaning of «cey»

Ceylonese recipients of British titles conferred on the advice of Her Majesty's Ceylon Ministers. This list includes all those who were born in, worked in or lived in Ceylon.
General elections were held in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) on 19 March 1960.
Ceyuan haijing (simplified Chinese: 测圆海镜; traditional Chinese: 測圓海鏡; pinyin: cè yuán hǎi jìng; literally: "sea mirror of circle measurements") is a treatise on solving geometry problems with the algebra of Tian yuan shu written by the mathematician Li Zhi in 1248 in the time of the Mongol Empire.
The Ceylon Citizenship Act No. 18 of 1948 was a controversial law passed by the Ceylon Parliament which failed to grant citizenship to Indian Tamils which were 11% of the population.
Ceylinco Consolidated is one of Sri Lanka's oldest and largest business conglomerates.
Ceylon is an object-oriented, strongly statically typed programming language with an emphasis on immutability, created by Red Hat.
Ceylon, titled Inam in Tamil, is a 2013 Indian war film written, directed, filmed and produced by Santosh Sivan.
The Ceylon Electricity Board (also abbreviated as CEB), is the largest electricity company in Sri Lanka, a body corporate established under Act of Parliament no.
After the outbreak of the Second World War, in the British Crown Colony of Ceylon (modern-day Sri Lanka), the government of Sir Don Baron Jayatilaka assured the British king and his majesty's government of its continued support.
Ceylon is a city in Martin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 369 at the 2010 census.

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