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The Religion of God/Man from beginning to end
with the essence of God but are unable to see God. In the centre of our galaxy was a ball of fire. It was commanded to cool, it then fragmented and its
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Illustrated Astronomy/Other types of eclipses:Transits and occultations
these are oriented randomly in the sky. Since there are many stars in our Galaxy, some binary stars orbit a plane very aligned with the Earth, so then, in
71 bytes (1,224 words) - 19:10, 10 September 2020
Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series II/Volume I/Constantine/Prolegomena/Life/State of Affairs in 311
ferocity, drunkenness, lust, covetousness, and oppression of this precious galaxy of rulers. III. Condition of the Ruled. Under such rulers there was a reign
10 KB (1,527 words) - 07:40, 25 December 2010
A Moslem Seeker after God (section VIII. Al-Ghazali as a Mystic)
and furthered education on religious lines. Arabic literature affords a galaxy of names during the latter half of the eleventh century in almost every
364 KB (66,112 words) - 06:45, 1 April 2021
Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton's life/Royal Society
goodness; that it solv'd the appearance of the galaxy; if it was fact. +the bredth of the angle, which the galaxy makes, shows its inconceivable distance, in
359 bytes (5,637 words) - 04:02, 14 April 2021
Federal Reporter/Third series/Volume 271
Inc v. E Secretary of the Army 271 F.3d 1060 (2001) Hughes Communications Galaxy Inc v. United States-Cross 271 F.3d 1072 (2001) William Jefferson v. Anthony
18 KB (1,727 words) - 16:02, 16 April 2012
Advanced Automation for Space Missions/Chapter 4.1
more effort devoted to deeper investigations of the planets, stars, and galaxies beyond Earth. However, most people remain unconvinced that expanded activities
15 KB (2,255 words) - 16:54, 5 August 2019
The American Practical Navigator/Chapter 15 (section 1515. Galaxies)
light-years away. The nearest galaxies, the Clouds of Magellan, are 150,000 to 200,000 light years away. The most distant galaxies observed by astronomers are
137 KB (21,262 words) - 06:22, 13 April 2020
Variants and Analogues of some of the Tales in the Supplemental Nights: Volume 3
stroke), and her face shamed the noon sun's radiancy; and she was even as a galaxy or a dome with golden marquetry, or a bride displayed on choicest finery
338 KB (59,933 words) - 15:22, 15 November 2010
Popular Science Monthly/Volume 11/May 1877/Gar-Pikes, Old and Young I
shown in a paper by the writer, entitled "Is Nature inconsistent?"—(The Galaxy, April, 1876.) Although most other zoölogists have differed with Agassiz
777 bytes (5,288 words) - 08:03, 2 October 2018
The Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad (Burton)
number some thirty-six varieties, simple and compound. and she was even as a galaxy, or a dome with golden marquetry or a bride displayed in choicest finery
69 KB (12,284 words) - 23:48, 16 February 2019
Popular Science Monthly/Volume 2/December 1872/Drifting of the Stars
be found in favor of my theory that the nebulæ are not external to our galaxy, or if new evidence should be obtained to show that the stars are aggregated
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The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night/Volume 5
similar hoariness *          By loss of Beauty's lord, [FN#77] of lords the galaxy:     Despite our wills they parted us and doomed us parted wone, *          While
145 KB (175,996 words) - 15:23, 30 May 2021
Popular Science Monthly/Volume 20/April 1882/The Scholastic Prelude to Modern Science
existence; and, during the space of four centuries, Italy produced such a galaxy of illustrious names in the arts as no other country can boast. The powers
795 bytes (3,343 words) - 06:05, 2 October 2018
Untangling the Web/Introduction to Searching
in the world of technology." Remember Northern Light? How about Excite, Galaxy, Lycos, HotBot, Magellan, InfoSpace, Go, Webcrawler, iWon, Netfind, or Webtop
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary 1908/G Genius
Minor—colonised by Gauls in the 3d century B.C.—n. a native of Galatia. Galaxy, gal′ak-si, n. the Milky-Way, or the luminous band of stars stretching across
86 KB (12,360 words) - 22:07, 12 January 2012
Advanced Automation for Space Missions/Chapter 5.5
(1980), any sentient extraterrestrial civilization desiring to explore the Galaxy beyond 100 light-years from its home star should find it more efficient
64 KB (10,020 words) - 16:54, 5 August 2019
YouTube War/The Uncovered Body: What Makes Insurgent Videos "Propaganda"
not this individual group—which may or may not be that dominant in the galaxy of Iraqi groups, a question not addressed in detail—but practices across
57 KB (9,873 words) - 23:53, 17 November 2009
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary 1908/Milk Mole
consisting of milk, or like milk.—ns. Milk′en-way (Bacon), the milky-way, the galaxy; Milk′er, one who milks: a machine for milking cows: a cow that gives milk;
89 KB (12,749 words) - 13:55, 13 January 2012
Chaucerian and Other Pieces/Notes
her eye-brows joined each other; Troil. v. 813. 787. milk-whyt path, the galaxy, or milky way; but surely this is quite a unique application of it, viz
285 KB (49,389 words) - 17:41, 10 July 2013
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