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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 25 Sphere 11539591911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 25 — Sphere SPHERE (Gr. σφαῖρα, a ball or globe), in geometry
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  • on the celestial sphere, or, in other words, by the distance between these points on the celestial sphere. But such arcs on a sphere are easier both to
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  • Frederic Norgate. One of the first women to achieve academic success in this sphere. Best known for her history of England under the Angevin kings and the name
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Armilla ARMILLA, Armil or Armillary Sphere (from the Lat. armilla, a bracelet), an instrument used in astronomy. In
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  • Religion.” Philosophy, implying an encyclopedic knowledge of the whole sphere of scientific learning and intellectual culture, is here symbolised. A vast
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  • Snell Snell — Somerset Somersetshire — Southerne Southey — Sphenodon Sphere — Squinch Squint — Stations of the Cross Statistics — Steuco Stevedore
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  • Volume XI II. Sphere of Government. 1700445Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume XI — II. Sphere of Government. II. Sphere of Government
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  • Britannica, Volume 25 Spheres, Music of the 6150481911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 25 — Spheres, Music of the SPHERES, MUSIC OF THE, in Pythagorean
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  • distances from the centres of the spheres to be proportional to the diameters of the spheres respectively, and the spheres to be resolved into like particles
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  • about the entrance to the sphere. The platform and horizon table are of wood and rest upon a steel frame. The diameter of the sphere is fifteen feet. The weight
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  • XXVIBenjamin Fiske Barrett   XXVI.—Spiritual Spheres. The doctrine of mental or spiritual spheres was unknown to the first Christian Church. And to
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  • leave any written record of them except in the case of the σφαιροποιἶα (Sphere-making), as to which see below. As, however, these machines impressed the
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  • First Making of Cavorite Chapter 3: The Building of the Sphere Chapter 4: Inside the Sphere Chapter 5: The Journey to the Moon Chapter 6: The Landing
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  • concept of the celestial sphere is most important when discussing sight reduction in Chapter 20. Figure 1501. The celestial sphere. Celestial bodies are
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  • large yellow sphere bearing a red flight symbol apex in upper sinister and wings enveloping and casting a gray-blue shadow upon the sphere, all partially
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  • KingClement King Shorter Vanity Fair 1894-12-20.jpg18571926Editor of the Sphere. Author of Charlotte Brontë and her Circle; The Brontës: Life and Letters;
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  • whole sphere AB (composed of an concentric spheres or of their differences) will attract the whole sphere GH (composed of any concentric spheres or their
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  • the sphere. The intersection of a plane and the surface of a sphere is a circle, a great circle if the plane passes through the center of the sphere, and
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  • parallelogram; in the figure ABCDEFA is a gnomon. Gnomonic projection is a projection of a sphere in which the centre of sight is the centre of the sphere.
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  • crystal sphere, which revolved daily on an axis through the earth, but each of the seven planets (the sun and moon being included) moved on a sphere of its
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