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of or relating to the heavens

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of or relating to the sky

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relating to or inhabiting a divine heaven

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of heaven or the spirit

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Part Three ('Adventures in Archaeoastronomy') proposes that a surprisingly high number of carved rocks are aligned to celestially significant events.
But not only were the "Doctor" shirts celestially white, they also had stiff necks, or collars
For a leader to have to make plans to move his people from celestially beautiful islands, where their ancestors have lived successfully for thousands of years is tragic, even more so when you know it's not an act of nature, but through global warming caused by the lifestyles of people in rich countries like New Zealand and Australia.
The historic Cocoa Beach Pier allows the celestially curious to call out constellations amid calypso music as guided sea turtle nesting tours watch fragile newborns scurry for survival toward moonlit oceans.
In a sky so blue you can almost see the night behind it, tattered clouds appear, celestially white above, the color of pewter below.
The International Astronomical Union has decreed that Pluto and all its icy, celestially pint-size ilk be cast from the brotherhood of planets, and henceforth the number of our solar club shall be eight, not nine, as it's been since Pluto's discovery in 1930.
Educating the listener on a more natural and personable method of inducing a more relaxed and deep sleep, Sleep Through Insomnia acts as an invaluable and "user friendly" aid to a more thorough and fulfilling sleep through practical and unconventional methods of meditation and the intertwining of celestially intimate music.
Though not quite equal to his celestially mysterious and awe-inspiring Annunciation to the Shepherds in the Bristol City Art Gallery, in which an advancing angel mounts the outermost of a helix of clouds across a startling moonlit sky, the night scene in The Crabfishers is thrilling.
Compare also the celestially inspired dream visions granted to Arsete and Clorinda (XII 36-40) and to Goffredo (XIV 2-19).
I speak to the unbeautiful of this bird That celestially bored On feet too little under willows trails Too much of itself, like Proust
Modo is an oyster-shaped wireless device (in three celestially named colors) that helps party animals track the action in L.
The writer referred to it as a "sail" and, indeed, it serenely guides the house into a celestially surrealist orbit that denies the right-angled mass of its core.
That death is the setting for the rise of a world in which a celestially angelic Gertrude, a "Niobe" in her "tears," can be with the "satyr," Claudius, as readily as she was with the "Hyperion" that was her husband (1.
The first, regarding how semen could be a vehicle of soul, he has tried to solve by way of the potentiality of the sublime, celestially connected element.
Give this oriental shrub bright filtered sunlight and cool breezes at night, and its tiny, celestially fragrant blossoms will lend a breath of spring to every season of the year.