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a medicinal liquid preparation intended for use in an atomizer

cloudiness of the urine

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an immense cloud of gas (mainly hydrogen) and dust in interstellar space

(pathology) a faint cloudy spot on the cornea

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One of the things Carina Nebula is most known for is Eta Carinae, a system of two stars that is one of the biggest and brightest in the galaxy.
NGC 2261 was discovered on December 26, 1783, by Sir William Herschel, who described the object as "fan-shaped" and placed it in his Class IV--Planetary Nebula.
The Bubble Nebula lies 7,100 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cassiopeia.
The Cloud Marketplace will be operated by CGI and branded as the Helix Nebula Marketplace (HNX).
As originally observed with ground-based telescopes, this nebula appeared lopsided, which is how it got its name.
Nebula, with 110 employees, offers cloud, IT infrastructure and network services to small and medium-sized companies in Finland.
The Managing Director of Nebula Automotive, Sukhdev Asnani commented: "We have been in the automotive industry for the past 15 years and felt that the off-road market in India has tremendous potential.
The northern outflow from the star which illuminates the nebula is almost in the plane of the sky but slightly tilted towards us (Gomez et al.
The main body of the Orion Nebula is known as Messier 42, or simply M42, signifying its place as the 42nd object in the catalog of the 18th-century French astronomer Charles Messier.
Scientists are baffled by emissions of radio energy from the Crab Nebula, the remains of an exploded star 6,300 light years from Earth.
That's why astronomers have for decades been drawn to the Milky Way's Orion nebula.
Nebula Awards showcase 2005: the year's best SF and fantasy.
The wispy bits in the photograph are left over bits of gas in the nebula, lit up by the light of stars.
Little's essay and pastel chalk rendering of the Eagle Nebula, a ``star factory'' in the Milky Way, won the high school division of the ``intergalactic art'' category.
In 1880 Draper (see 1872), who had learned the use of dry plates from Huggins (see 1863), used the new technique to photograph the Orion nebula and to study its spectrum.