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  • 1Sphere — Sphere, n. [OE. spere, OF. espere, F. sph[ e]re, L. sphaera,. Gr. ??? a sphere, a ball.] 1. (Geom.) A body or space contained under a single surface, which in every part is equally distant from a point within called its center. [1913 Webster] 2.… …

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  • 2sphere´like´ — sphere «sfihr», noun, verb, sphered, spher|ing. –n. 1. a) a round body whose surface is at all points equally distant from the center. b) any rounded body approximately of this form; ball; globe. A baseball is a sphere. 2. one of the stars or… …

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  • 3sphere´less — sphere «sfihr», noun, verb, sphered, spher|ing. –n. 1. a) a round body whose surface is at all points equally distant from the center. b) any rounded body approximately of this form; ball; globe. A baseball is a sphere. 2. one of the stars or… …

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  • 4Proper motion — The proper motion of a star is its angular change in position over time as seen from the center of mass of the solar system.[1] It is measured in seconds of arc per year, arcsec/yr, where 3600 arcseconds equal one degree.[2] This contrasts with… …

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  • 5Sphere (disambiguation) — A sphere is an object shaped like the surface of a ball, but can be used to refer to a ball shaped object, as well as a sphere like or annular region or shell. Additionally, it has several metaphorical uses.In mathematics: * Sphere, the set of… …

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  • 6proper motion — Astron. the angular motion of a star relative to a suitably defined frame of reference, expressed in seconds of arc per year. Cf. tangential motion. [1595 1605] * * * Apparent motion of a star across the celestial sphere at right angles to the… …

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  • 7Proper time — In relativity, proper time is time measured by a single clock between events that occur at the same place as the clock. It depends not only on the events but also on the motion of the clock between the events. An accelerated clock will measure a… …

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  • 8sphere — I. noun Etymology: Middle English spere globe, celestial sphere, from Anglo French espere, from Latin sphaera, from Greek sphaira, literally, ball; perhaps akin to Greek spairein to quiver more at spurn Date: 14th century 1. a. (1) the apparent… …

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  • 9proper motion — noun : the apparent change in position of a star usually expressed in seconds of arc per year that results from the projection on the celestial sphere of its motion with respect to the solar system see tangential motion …

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  • 10Armillary sphere — Sphere Sphere, n. [OE. spere, OF. espere, F. sph[ e]re, L. sphaera,. Gr. ??? a sphere, a ball.] 1. (Geom.) A body or space contained under a single surface, which in every part is equally distant from a point within called its center. [1913… …

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  • 11Crystalline sphere — Sphere Sphere, n. [OE. spere, OF. espere, F. sph[ e]re, L. sphaera,. Gr. ??? a sphere, a ball.] 1. (Geom.) A body or space contained under a single surface, which in every part is equally distant from a point within called its center. [1913… …

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  • 12Doctrine of the sphere — Sphere Sphere, n. [OE. spere, OF. espere, F. sph[ e]re, L. sphaera,. Gr. ??? a sphere, a ball.] 1. (Geom.) A body or space contained under a single surface, which in every part is equally distant from a point within called its center. [1913… …

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  • 13Oblique sphere — Sphere Sphere, n. [OE. spere, OF. espere, F. sph[ e]re, L. sphaera,. Gr. ??? a sphere, a ball.] 1. (Geom.) A body or space contained under a single surface, which in every part is equally distant from a point within called its center. [1913… …

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  • 14Armillary sphere — An armillary sphere (variations are known as spherical astrolabe, armilla, or armil) is a model of the celestial sphere. Description and use of the armillary sphere The exterior parts of this machine are a compages of brass rings, which represent …

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  • 15Riemann sphere — The Riemann sphere can be visualized as the complex number plane wrapped around a sphere (by some form of stereographic projection – details are given below). In mathematics, the Riemann sphere (or extended complex plane), named after the 19th… …

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  • 16Odin Sphere — North American box art. Developer(s) Vanillaware Publisher(s) …

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  • 17Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere — Poster of Manchukuo promoting harmony between Japanese, Chinese, and Manchu. The caption, written from right to left, says: With the help of Japan, China, and Manchukuo, the world can be in peace. The flags shown are, left to right: the flag of… …

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  • 18Right sphere — Right Right (r[imac]t), a. [OE. right, riht, AS. riht; akin to D. regt, OS. & OHG. reht, G. recht, Dan. ret, Sw. r[ a]tt, Icel. r[ e]ttr, Goth. ra[ i]hts, L. rectus, p. p. of regere to guide, rule; cf. Skr. [.r]ju straight, right. [root]115. Cf.… …

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  • 19Preamble to the United States Constitution — We the People redirects here. For other uses, see We the People (disambiguation). United States of America This artic …

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  • 20Cult of Domesticity — 1869 Godey s fashion plate …

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