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

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I drew the way wars can change the landmarks of the terrestrial globe and hurt human beings along with the pollution and the catastrophes of the nature," she told The Daily Star.
By displaying its material in chronological order the exhibit walks observers through time, starting with the Terrestrial Globe.
1567), Prudenza, sharing her Janus-face with Cosimo's, cradles a terrestrial globe.
IT was only after I had sold a celestial and terrestrial globe last Tuesday for pounds 4,000 in one of our regular antigue sales that I thought we had not mentioned any items of this nature.
THOUGH the Greeks and Romans were known to have made them, the first true terrestrial globe was made by Martin Benheim in Nuremburg in 1492.
Globe 18" terrestrial globe by J Wyld, Charing Cross East, dated 1854; Wick Antiques, Stand C70
First-prize winners, chosen by a panel of five international environment experts, each receive a cheque for Euro 10,000 and the "Globe Energy Awards" trophy, a 14 kilo bronze statuette of a hand holding a terrestrial globe in the shape of a light bulb.
In Allegory of Faith, a tapestry curtain (with decorations standing for the outside, secular world) is pulled back to reveal a richly attired woman whose right foot is on a terrestrial globe and who is gazing heavenward at a hanging glass ball above her head.
The purpose of this article is to review theories on the identity of the terrestrial globe carried on the Heemskerck during Abel Tasman's voyage of discovery in 1642-43.
Gathered from house clearances, they include an oil painting by Ernest Walbourne, a Georgian dining table, signed volumes by Captain Scott, and an Edwardian terrestrial globe.
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