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  • 161ὁμοζωνούντων — ὁμοζωνέω houses of the same heavenly body pres part act masc/neut gen pl (attic epic doric) ὁμοζωνέω houses of the same heavenly body pres imperat act 3rd pl (attic epic doric) …

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  • 162circle — [sʉr′kəl] n. [ME cercle < OFr < L circulus, a circle, dim. of circus: see CIRCUS] 1. a plane figure bounded by a single curved line, every point of which is equally distant from the point at the center of the figure: see CONIC SECTION,… …

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  • 163ab|er|ra|tion — «AB uh RAY shuhn», noun. 1. a wandering from the right path or usual course of action; straying: »A lie is an aberration from the truth. 2. an abnormal structure or development; deviation from a standard or ordinary type: »... changes in… …

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  • 164apparent diameter — apparent diameter, the diameter of a heavenly body as it appears to the observer; angle subtended by the diameter of a heavenly body at the eye of the viewer; angular diameter …

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  • 165op|po|si|tion — «OP uh ZIHSH uhn», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a) action against; resistance: »There was some opposition to the workers request for higher wages. The mob offered opposition to the police. b) a being opposed or adverse: »Their opposition to the new… …

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  • 166quad|ra|ture — «KWOD ruh chuhr», noun. 1. the act of squaring. 2. the finding of a square equal in area to a given surface, especially one bounded by a curve. 3. Astronomy. a) the position of a heavenly body that is 90 degrees away from another. b) either of… …

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  • 167Planets beyond Neptune — Planet X redirects here. For the Planet X doomsday scenario, see Nibiru collision. For other uses, see Planet X (disambiguation). Trans Neptunian planets redirects here. For dwarf planets and small bodies discovered beyond Neptune, see Trans… …

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  • 168Priscillianism — is a Christian doctrine developed in the Iberian Peninsula (the Roman Hispania) in the 4th century by Priscillian, derived from the Gnostic Manichaean doctrines taught by Marcus , an Egyptian from Memphis, and later considered a heresy by the… …

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  • 169Máni — A depiction of Máni and Sól (1895) by Lorenz Frølich. In Norse mythology, Máni (Old Norse/Icelandic moon [1]) is the moon personified. Máni, personified, is atte …

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  • 170The Pilgrim's Progress (opera) — The Pilgrim s Progress is an opera by Ralph Vaughan Williams, based on John Bunyan s allegory The Pilgrim s Progress . The composer himself described the work as a Morality rather than an opera, while nonetheless he intended the work to be… …

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  • 171Ptolemy — /tol euh mee/, n., pl. Ptolemies for 2. 1. (Claudius Ptolemaeus) fl. A.D. 127 151, Hellenistic mathematician, astronomer, and geographer in Alexandria. 2. any of the kings of the Macedonian dynasty that ruled Egypt 323 30 B.C. * * * I Latin… …

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  • 172Priscillianism — • A heresy that originated in Spain in the fourth century and was derived from the Gnostic Manichaean doctrines taught by Marcus, an Egyptian from Memphis. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Priscillianism     Priscillianism …

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  • 173Annual parallax — Parallax Par al*lax, n. [Gr. ? alternation, the mutual inclination of two lines forming an angle, fr. ? to change a little, go aside, deviate; para beside, beyond + ? to change: cf. F. parallaxe. Cf. {Parallel}.] 1. The apparent displacement, or… …

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  • 174Binocular parallax — Parallax Par al*lax, n. [Gr. ? alternation, the mutual inclination of two lines forming an angle, fr. ? to change a little, go aside, deviate; para beside, beyond + ? to change: cf. F. parallaxe. Cf. {Parallel}.] 1. The apparent displacement, or… …

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  • 175Diurnal parallax — Parallax Par al*lax, n. [Gr. ? alternation, the mutual inclination of two lines forming an angle, fr. ? to change a little, go aside, deviate; para beside, beyond + ? to change: cf. F. parallaxe. Cf. {Parallel}.] 1. The apparent displacement, or… …

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  • 176Geocentric parallax — Parallax Par al*lax, n. [Gr. ? alternation, the mutual inclination of two lines forming an angle, fr. ? to change a little, go aside, deviate; para beside, beyond + ? to change: cf. F. parallaxe. Cf. {Parallel}.] 1. The apparent displacement, or… …

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  • 177Heliocentric parallax — Parallax Par al*lax, n. [Gr. ? alternation, the mutual inclination of two lines forming an angle, fr. ? to change a little, go aside, deviate; para beside, beyond + ? to change: cf. F. parallaxe. Cf. {Parallel}.] 1. The apparent displacement, or… …

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  • 178Horizontal parallax — Parallax Par al*lax, n. [Gr. ? alternation, the mutual inclination of two lines forming an angle, fr. ? to change a little, go aside, deviate; para beside, beyond + ? to change: cf. F. parallaxe. Cf. {Parallel}.] 1. The apparent displacement, or… …

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  • 179Optical parallax — Parallax Par al*lax, n. [Gr. ? alternation, the mutual inclination of two lines forming an angle, fr. ? to change a little, go aside, deviate; para beside, beyond + ? to change: cf. F. parallaxe. Cf. {Parallel}.] 1. The apparent displacement, or… …

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  • 180Parallax — Par al*lax, n. [Gr. ? alternation, the mutual inclination of two lines forming an angle, fr. ? to change a little, go aside, deviate; para beside, beyond + ? to change: cf. F. parallaxe. Cf. {Parallel}.] 1. The apparent displacement, or… …

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