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circa

(sĭr′kă) [L.],

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About; used before dates or figures that are approximate.
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Horton's Estate has acquired the New Century Court scheme fronting Edmund Street, which will offer circa 35,000 sq ft of quality office accommodation adjacent to retail and residential.
Band Jazz Tryfan leader Owain Arwel Davies said: "This project with Circa Tsuica is a great opportunity to learn something new from an inspired team of musicians and performers and we are all very excited about it.
Cohn said Circa's writing is original, but sources are cited at every point.
Greg Eubanks, Vice President of Hospitality Sales & Marketing for Standard Textile sees housekeepers also benefiting from the Circa design.
Circa has welcomed Christine Bradley, a highly experienced and local expert in residential property into its sales team who has also completed the site's first assisted sale.
The night will feature live sets from Circa Waves, fellow Merseyside band Hooton Tennis Club and DJ sets from the Bandwagon DJs.
A fitted dressing case with a view of Windsor Castle, attributed to George Wise Snr., circa 1840, price: PS4,500.
Circa is world-renowned for creating new ways to experience circus.
Circa is world-renowned for creating startling new ways to experience circus.
Times4homes and Circa Homes - part of the national construction and development specialist Southdale - is developing Hummersea Hills, a mixture of two, three and four-bedroom properties on a shared ownership and outright sale basis.
HIVE OF ACTIVITY: The Maudslay Motor Company's engine shop (above left), Coventry, circa 1910; the floods in Spon Street (above), circa 1900, a Coventry horse bus (below left), circa 1900 and Coventry Railway station and forecourt from Eaton Road showing the extensions, circa 1903 (below) HERITAGE: Watchmaking at the Rotherhams factory in Coventry, circa 1910 (above) and (right) a Coventry tramcar with the first woman conductor, circa 1915