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Synonyms for sphere

Synonyms for sphere

an area within which something or someone exists, acts, or has influence or power

Synonyms for sphere

any spherically shaped artifact

the geographical area in which one nation is very influential

a particular aspect of life or activity

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a solid figure bounded by a spherical surface (including the space it encloses)

a three-dimensional closed surface such that every point on the surface is equidistant from the center

the apparent surface of the imaginary sphere on which celestial bodies appear to be projected

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Sphere is a full service, real estate crowdfunding platform that brings together the three primary, though historically distinct, elements of commercial real estate: individual investors, institutional investors, and real estate companies.
Also, we can examine the aim sphere for training more specifically and clearly.
You pour the liquid into a mold with a spherical cavity, close it up, and put it in a machine that rolls the mold in all directions to generate a sphere with uniform wall thickness and no seams.
We will call the sphere that is centered around our point of observation on Earth as our Hubble sphere, and it encompasses what we see out to the radius [R.
Lubin also finds that postwar films and comic books sought to contain the possibilities of interracial intimacy by portraying it as a private matter of individual choice located firmly in the domestic sphere.
Engineers use high-dimensional sphere packings to generate the error-correcting codes that electronic equipment uses for communication (SN: 10/2/04, p.
Lynch explains how the new Arab public sphere was a primary source of Arab identity for the past decade and a half.
Santa Clarita's sphere of influence would encompass 75 percent of the 555-acre project, making it difficult for Palmer to annex his project into Los Angeles for its plentiful water supply.
This can also be related to the example from geometry above where the holonomy after the transport of the vector pinned initially to the north pole of a sphere equals the solid angle as seen from the origin of the sphere.
However, Stevenson's overall project does more than stitch together the tale of an eccentric artist and absentee from the monetary sphere and his interaction with the Western Pacific's indigenous gift economy: It trails present-day gifts and donations of labor in its wake.
Old and new developments in these countries illuminate the importance of the private sphere/public sphere distinction in cultures where religion and the state are often assumed to be inextricably connected.
So we say that no void whatsoever would result from the circular movement of the sphere, whereas this is possible in the case of the oval and lenticular shapes.
However, comments that simply label Cleo as a negative woman or as a neurotic woman overlook what Patricia Hill Collins says is the bigger picture--dominant society's role in defining the limiting fema le sphere against which Cleo is fighting (174).
The top half of the seemingly suspended sphere contains the Space Theater planetarium, where after paying for a separate ticket, visitors will learn about their place in the universe.
Sphericel 110P8 is an 8-micron glass sphere product.