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earth

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huge amount

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for all the world

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on top of the world

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think the world of someone

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the celestial body where humans live

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the totality of all existing things

the totality of surrounding conditions and circumstances affecting growth or development

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all of your experiences that determine how things appear to you

people in general considered as a whole

a part of the earth that can be considered separately

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the concerns of this life as distinguished from heaven and the afterlife

all of the living human inhabitants of the earth

involving the entire earth

References in classic literature ?
However, Katharine had put together a string of names and dates, so that the poet was capably brought into the world, and his ninth year was reached without further mishap.
He was behaving as a wolf- father should, and manifesting no unholy desire to devour the young lives she had brought into the world.
When I came into the world--I don't know how you feel, miss; I protest against being brought into the world without asking my leave first--my mother was determined to dedicate me to piety, before I was out of my long clothes.
my very blood chills at the mention of its name; the place where so many of my comrades had been locked up, and from whence they went to the fatal tree; the place where my mother suffered so deeply, where I was brought into the world, and from whence I expected no redemption but by an infamous death: to conclude, the place that had so long expected me, and which with so much art and success I had so long avoided.
I was brought into the world to be dropped down upon, it appears to me.
It would certainly occur to any reflecting man who travels the world as I have done, what a blessing it is to be brought into the world where the name of God and a Redeemer is known, adored, and worshipped; and not where the people, given up to strong delusions, worship the devil, and prostrate themselves to monsters, elements, horrid- shaped animals, and monstrous images.