A small globe with a cross on top, as a symbol of royal power
Such an object moving, thrown, hit, or kicked in a particular manner:
(Mathematics) Of or relating to the coordinate system, or to any of three coordinates in it, formed by two polar coordinates in a plane and a rectangular coordinate measured perpendicularly from the plane.
The definition of a domain is a group of workgroups within the same company or organization that governs the ability of all the computers to communicate with other groups of computers both within and outside of the organization.
An area, division, or branch of learning or activity
A territorial area over which political or economic influence is wielded by one nation.
An environment or a setting.
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An enclosed area
An occupation, profession, or social class:
(geology) A region containing a particular mineral.
The definition of a circle is a curved line that is the same distance from the center all the way around and connects at the point where it began.
Having disk flowers only. Used of a composite flower head.
Round like a ball
Consisting of globules.
Pompous and bombastic:
The definition of rotund is round, or fat, or with a full sound.
Sphere or scope, as of influence.
A distinct part or section, as of a building, set aside for a specific function:
A central area used for entertainment or sports events and usually surrounded by seats
The office or district of a bailiff.
The line or the length of the line forming the boundaries of an area
(Biology) A taxonomic category ranking below a phylum or division and above an order.
A small, golden ball used as a symbol of authority
Now, a large, opaque, nonluminous mass, usually with its own moons, that revolves about a star; esp., one of the sun's eight major planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune: until recently, Pluto had been classified as the ninth major planet
A place high in society, business, etc.
The steady motion of an electron beam across a cathode-ray tube.
The celestial sphere
The celestial sphere
(Botany) Circular and flat. Used especially of leaves.
The geographical area within which a government’s or a court’s power may be applied.
The definition of an orbit is a circular shape, the rotation of one full circle or a range of experience.
A group of persons living under a religious rule:
A mechanical apparatus consisting of balls of various sizes arranged as on wires, designed to illustrate the relative motions and positions of the sun, earth, moon, and often other planets
(Law) The body or main part of a statute, as distinguished from its preamble.
An area for practicing shooting at targets.
A relative position or degree of value in a graded group.
Reach means to extend your hand or arm to touch something, or how far the influence of something has spread.
Any considerable and connected part of a space or surface; specifically, a tract of land or sea of considerable but indefinite extent; a country; a district; in a broad sense, a place without special reference to location or extent but viewed as an entity for geographical, social or cultural reasons.
The sky is the upper atmosphere covering the earth. The white light from the sun is filtered by the atmosphere to remove a larger portion of the blue wavelengths. As the blue light is scattered to a greater extent, your eyes respond to the light waves by registering larger amounts of blue light. This is why you see the sky as being blue.
The state of being spherical; round form; roundness
A large, spherical celestial body consisting of a mass of gas that is hot enough to sustain nuclear fusion and thus produce radiant energy. Stars begin their life cycle as clouds of gas and dust called nebulae and develop, through gravitation and accretion, into increasingly hot and dense protostars . In order to reach the temperature at which nuclear reactions are ignited (about 5 million degrees K), a protostar must have at least 80 times the mass of Jupiter. For most of its life a star fuses hydrogen into helium in its core, during which period it is known as a dwarf star and is classed according to its surface temperature and luminosity (or spectral type) on a continuum called the main sequence in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. When a star exhausts the hydrogen in its core, it typically develops into one of several non-main-sequence forms depending on how massive it is. Smaller stars, with masses less than eight times that of the Sun, become red giants and end their lives, after blowing away their outer layers, as white dwarfs . More massive stars become supergiants and end their lives, after exploding in a supernova, as either a neutron star or a black hole .
The place, building, or establishment from which a service is provided or operations are directed:
The definition of a stratum means a layer or a section, or a division of the atmosphere or ocean, or a section of society.
The particular area occupied by an animal or group of animals; esp., the specific area appropriated by an animal or pair of animals, usually for breeding, nesting, and foraging purposes, and forcibly defended against by any intruders
A publicly funded program offering such instruction along with information on agriculture, home economics, and business.
(Informal, Business) Regular upward and downward change in the price of stocks or in some other business activity
The definition of a sector is a separate or distinct area or part of something larger.
An imaginary sphere of infinite extent on which all celestial objects appear to lie: the observer is always at its center
The highest reaches of heaven, believed by the ancients to be a realm of pure fire or light.
The sky, viewed poetically as a solid arch or vault
the apparent surface of the imaginary sphere on which celestial bodies appear to be projected
(Archaic) The vault of heaven, the sky, or the upper air
A body that is shaped like a sphere but is not perfectly round, especially an ellipsoid that is generated by revolving an ellipse around one of its axes.
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