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Synonyms for world

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

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Typically, the ways in which the art world has addressed the global question rest with the logic of representation.
What makes the World Agricultural Forum a unique and innovative approach to agricultural policy discussions is its continuing, neutral and inclusive mechanism for idea sharing and consensus building," says Dr.
The Forum's World Congress provides a venue where thought leaders and decision makers from around the world have an opportunity to discuss and share their ideas and knowledge about the critical issues facing the global agricultural system and begin to build bridges of understanding among each other," Guarraia explains.
There is only one world, this world, the human life-world, and there is no sense in the idea that we might come to live under wholly different conditions of existence, perhaps in another world altogether, while yet still being ourselves.
Radical Christianity is in my view a form of radical humanism, in which we find eternal happiness in being wholly given over to our world, which for its part is also wholly given to us.
One engages in light world watching for entertainment.
The author sought to discover how people in the small world of a corner bar use everyday social exchanges to define themselves and others.
On the contrary, for Berkeley, as for Johnson, the active, creative mind continuously shapes and reshapes the world by perceiving it.
Thus Johnson himself doubts that a writer "imitates" a world that exists independently of his consciousness; instead, the artist gives the world a reality by writing it into being, in the sense of giving the reader a new experience of the world.
Moreover, by 19th century standards the world is still not an exceptionally integrated economy.
Virtual Worlds 2007 is produced by Virtual Worlds Management, a division of Show Initiative, LLC (formerly The Game Initiative), a leading producer of focused tech-media conferences.
Table 17: World GDP (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of
H - The most famous goal in World Cup history was Argentine great Diego Maradona's ``HAND OF GOD'' strike at Mexico City's Azteca Stadium in the 1986 quarterfinals against England, the first showdown between the nations since the Falklands/Malvinas conflict four years earlier.
One virtual world, Second Life, gets around that dilemma by granting its players the intellectual property fights to the virtual goods they create.
Roosevelt, for his part, began immediately to lay the groundwork for the post-war world by presenting a draft for a "Declaration of the United Nations.