star globe

star globe

[′stär ‚glōb]
(astronomy)
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Last year's light installations will return to both Bold Street and Castle Street as well as the newly-commissioned art installation, Star Globe, a five-metre, 3D bauble in Williamson Square.
Berth occupancy was recorded at the Port at 53% on Sunday where a total of eight ships namely C.V ACX Crystal, C.V MSC Tomoko, C.V Nicoline Maersk, M.V Star Globe, M.V Pabur, M.T ECE Nur-K, Chem Tiger and M.T Atlantic Glory were occupied at PQA berths to load/offload containers, Coal, Canola seeds, Phosphoric Acid, Chemicals and Palm Oil respectively during last 24 hours.
M2 EQUITYBITES-25 May 2010-Globus Maritime takes delivery of bulk carrier "Star Globe" for USD32.8m(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
LHIC has also invested in four private companies: ViA Inc, a Minnesota-based maker of wearable computing and communications products; Mindmaker Inc, a San Jose, California producer of artificial intelligence technology components; Mediacom Technologies PTE Ltd, a Singapore based designer of telecommunications products; and Star Globe Technologies Pyte Ltd, a Singapore-based provider of multilingual software.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Star Globe Epoch -1975
Studies of the poem's information on the risings and settings of stars and on the placement of the constellations suggest the data were extracted from a star globe.
More allied with Tupperware than with maps, the Nightstar Company's vinyl star globes deflated the celestial sphere into a flexible bowl that could be folded and rolled into a star-studded minidome that positioned the constellations for any time, date, and latitude.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Star Globes