true place

true place

[′trü ′plās]
(astronomy)
The position of a star on the celestial sphere as it would be observed from the center of the sun, referred to the celestial equator and celestial equinox at the moment of observation.
References in classic literature ?
After that, it falls into its true place, quietly enough.
The power of Treaty may yet prove a vast engine of enlargement, when the Monroe doctrine takes its true place as a political fable.
In an instant it was obvious that we had at last come upon the true place, and that we had not been the only people to visit the spot recently.
Under a government which imprisons any unjustly, the true place for a just man is also a prison.
And if there is any objection to the proposal he mentioned, the giving him his true place and his true share would set aside any motive for his accepting it."
Under a government which imprisons unjustly, the true place for a just man is also a prison.
We discover that our true place (or rank or worth) does not depend on our proximity to wealth or fame or power.
A registered GI is infringed by a person, who not being an authorised user, uses such GIs by any means in the designation or presentation that indicates or suggests that such goods originate in a geographical area other than the true place of origin of such goods in a misleading manner or uses a GI which constitutes an act of unfair competition.
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I've seen my true place in the world, and alcohol is interfering with my ability to take that place.
Her anointing is God-given and you can tell through her songs that they are conceived and sang from a true place of worship.