astronomic


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astronomic

[‚as·trə′näm·ik]
(astronomy)
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As well as its immense contribution to the world body of astronomic knowledge, MOST is an unbelievable engineering resource to the NEOSSat team," says David R Cooper, President & CEO, MSCI.
Ladbrokes bet: 7 Marcel, 14 Wild Passion, 16 Akshar, Astronomic, Coat Of Honour, Olaso, Only Vintage, 20 Arcalis, Cherub, Man About Town, Manners, Only Vintage, Prins Willem, Reveillez, Rocket Ship, Roman Ark, Total Enjoyment, 25 bar.
Many reckon Astronomic caught the favourite on an off-day, but Johnson has a high opinion of his gelding.
She also examines astronomic influences on stratigraphy through climate change, and implies that Milankovich processes can only be extended with confidence to 35 Ma.
Mary Caswell, co-ordinator of the Mid-Warwickshire branch, said: "Since 1978, more than 11,000 cats or kittens have been re-homed by this branch, and many thousands of cats neutered, reducing by an astronomic number the unwanted and needy animals.
You can't hunt as much as you used to, so they've turned to the astronomic field.
Perez's already astronomic ERA is light years from respectability.
And, while the odds against becoming pregnant by aliens may be astronomic, multiple NORMAL pregnancies are becoming more common.
The problem quickly brings into focus issues cosmic, astronomic, eugenic, political and ultimately historic, insofar as the "great year" and a reversion to the first condition are concerned.
Yes, there is an astronomic drop, but the shares have worked their way higher since that April 2005 bottom.
Also, Gordon Brown let the property market rip producing astronomic rents in some parts of the country, without considering the knock-on effect on housing benefit.
How much of the justice budget is paid out in fabulous and astronomic legal fees to the mighty who judge the many.