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Synonyms for globe

Synonyms for globe

a sphere on which a map (especially of the earth) is represented

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The level of customisation and streamlined user experience of Chameleon is unparalleled in the market, and we look forward to helping visitors to Globe-Trotter plan and purchase their perfect trip.
Le keeper algerien est un veritable globe-trotter pour avoir evolue dans plusieurs championnats.
Working as an Au Pair - Anyone who loves children and fancies being a globe-trotter can have the best of both worlds with the many Au Pair opportunities that USA Summer Camp has to offer.
Globe-trotter Myriam Fares jetted off to Moscow on Friday to hold a grand performance at a luxurious private wedding.
British luggage maker Globe-Trotter and Parisian artist Andre Saraiva have collaborated on a limitededition range.
Le Globe-trotter egyptien d'ajouter: le Conseil d'adminisation a mis a la disposition de Hassan Shehata tout ce dont il avait besoin pour faire du beau travail, en vain.
IT NEVER happened for the welltouted Ortensia at Royal Ascot but the globe-trotter can gain ample compensation in the Darley July Cup at Newmarket.
Globe-trotter Catherine applied to join St Dominic's Priory in the heart of the New Forest after being left cold by her success in the world of fashion.
X-MEN: FIRST CLASS (12A, 132 mins) This action-packed prequel based on the hugely popular Marvel Comics sees Erik Lehnsherr (Michael Fassbender) hunting down power-hungry globe-trotter Sebastian Shaw (Kevin Bacon).
Other fancied runners include Gerard Butler's globe-trotter Pachattack, the Clive Cox-trained Dansili Dancer, Jeremy Gask's Nice Style and dual course-and-distance winner Suits Me from Tom Tate's Tadcaster yard.
Boorman kicked off with the restaurant's Punjab panorama platter, which features spinach and prune cakes, spiced tandoori potatoes and crispy pastry shells filled with tangy spuds and chick peas All that travel has clearly given the globe-trotter a good appetite as he flowed up the platter with prawns kali mirch, containing powerful bell peppers and onions.
And he passed the correspondence he had with the globe-trotter to the Sunday Mercury.
GLOBE-TROTTER Dave Cox has combined his work with a nostalgic trip back to the African country where he was raised - helping to ship out 4,000 sports kits to impoverished areas of the Gambia.
On the road again: An eager and willing globe-trotter, Siberry traveled with Hall's ``As You Like It'' in late 2003 when it toured the East Coast and reupped for the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Ahmanson and San Francisco remount.
Eddie Lynam's charge is a real globe-trotter, having spent last winter in Dubai before a trip to Singapore in May.