c570–c480 b.c, greek philosopher and poet.
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?570–?480 bc, greek philosopher and poet, noted for his monotheism and regarded as a founder of the eleatic school
an attraction to foreign peoples, cultures, or customs. adj.
unreasonably fearful of or hating anyone or anything foreign or strange. adj.
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