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  • 1Dip of the horizon — Horizon Ho*ri zon, n. [F., fr. L. horizon, fr. Gr. ? (sc. ?) the bounding line, horizon, fr. ? to bound, fr. ? boundary, limit.] 1. The line which bounds that part of the earth s surface visible to a spectator from a given point; the apparent… …

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  • 2Dip of the horizon — Dip Dip, n. 1. The action of dipping or plunging for a moment into a liquid. The dip of oars in unison. Glover. [1913 Webster] 2. Inclination downward; direction below a horizontal line; slope; pitch. [1913 Webster] 3. a hollow or depression in a …

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  • 3dip of the horizon — The angle of the visible horizon below the level of the eye • • • Main Entry: ↑dip …

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  • 4the sun set — the sun went below the horizon, nighttime fell …

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  • 5horizon — noun 1 line where earth and sky meet ADJECTIVE ▪ northern, southern, etc. ▪ distant, far ▪ The sea stretched away to the distant horizon. VERB + HORIZON …

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  • 6horizon — [[t]həra͟ɪz(ə)n[/t]] horizons 1) N SING: usu the N The horizon is the line in the far distance where the sky seems to meet the land or the sea. A grey smudge appeared on the horizon. That must be Calais, thought Fay... The sun had already sunk… …

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  • 7below — [[t]bɪlo͟ʊ[/t]] ♦♦ 1) PREP If something is below something else, it is in a lower position. He appeared from the apartment directly below Leonard s... The path runs below a long brick wall... The sun had already sunk below the horizon... The boat …

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  • 8below — /bi loh /, adv. 1. in or toward a lower place: Look out below! 2. on, in, or toward a lower level, as a lower deck of a ship: The captain of the ship went below. 3. beneath the surface of the water: Divers were sent below to view the wreck. 4. on …

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  • 9The evening star — Evening E ven*ing, n. [AS. [=ae]fnung. See {even}, n., and cf. {Eve}.] 1. The latter part and close of the day, and the beginning of darkness or night; properly, the decline of the day, or of the sun. [1913 Webster] In the ascending scale Of… …

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  • 10Horizon — Ho*ri zon, n. [F., fr. L. horizon, fr. Gr. ? (sc. ?) the bounding line, horizon, fr. ? to bound, fr. ? boundary, limit.] 1. The line which bounds that part of the earth s surface visible to a spectator from a given point; the apparent junction of …

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  • 11The Bride Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors, Even — ( La mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires, même ) most often called The Large Glass , is an artwork by Marcel Duchamp.Duchamp carefully created The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even , working on the piece from 1915 to 1923. He executed… …

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  • 12The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass — North American box art …

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  • 13The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress —   …

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  • 14The Structure of Scientific Revolutions — (1962), by Thomas Kuhn, is an analysis of the history of science. Its publication was a landmark event in the sociology of knowledge, and popularized the terms paradigm and paradigm shift .HistoryThe work was first published as a monograph in the …

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  • 15The Voyage of Life — series, painted by Thomas Cole in 1840, is a series of paintings that represent an allegory of the four stages of human life: childhood, youth, manhood, and old age. The paintings follow a voyager who travels in a boat on a river through the mid… …

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  • 16The Prayer Boat — are an Irish folk/indie band formed in 1987 in Blessington, Co. Wicklow. Their name is derived from a Hindu religious festival which takes place every year on the banks of the river Ganges where thousands of people burn incense and candles on… …

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  • 17The Treachery of Images — Artist René Magritte Year 1928–29 (1928–29) Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 63.5 …

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  • 18The Elm in English literature — The Elm in English literature, listed by author or poet, in alphabetical order:Browning, Robert Oh, to be in England *Oh, to be in England *Now that April s there, *And whoever wakes in England *Sees, some morning, unaware, *That the lowest… …

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  • 19horizon — /heuh ruy zeuhn/, n. 1. the line or circle that forms the apparent boundary between earth and sky. 2. Astron. a. the small circle of the celestial sphere whose plane is tangent to the earth at the position of a given observer, or the plane of… …

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  • 20Horizon — For other uses, see Horizon (disambiguation). A water horizon, in northern Wisconsin, U.S. The horizon (or skyline) is the apparent line that separates earth from sky, the line that divides all visible directions into two categories: those that… …

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