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amazia a·ma·zi·a (ə-mā’zē-ə)
See amastia.
Historical Examples

On one occasion some of them gave rise to a persecution in the town of amazia in Asia Minor.
History of the Jews, Vol. IV (of VI) Heinrich Graetz


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