tellurian


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Synonyms for tellurian

relating to or characteristic of the earth or of human life on earth

Synonyms for tellurian

an inhabitant of the earth

of or relating to or inhabiting the land as opposed to the sea or air

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French oil and gas major Total (PAR: FP) (LSE: TTA) (NYSE: TOT) is acquiring approximately 23% of US-based natural gas liquefaction specialist Tellurian Investments Inc.
Tellurian will partner with Bechtel to construct the plants and have selected Chart Industries for liquefaction technology, building on long-term relationships developed by both Souki and Houston.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, November 08, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Tellurian Book Production, the prominent manufacturer of corporate diaries and customized notebooks based in Dubai, announced today the launch of the SloppyBook.
What can a reviewer, a reluctant tellurian earthbound by circumstance rather than by choice, genetically committed to categorization, do with Donald L.
The vocabulary is appropriately science-fictional: light-year (correctly used as a unit of distance), galaxies, Tellurian as a somewhat grandiose term for Earthly.
She lives in the depths of the woods, or in abandoned mines, and manifests a malefic action over humans, symbolizing in the same time the forces of nature and of the tellurian powers.
I want to insist on a fourth criterion of the genuine partisan, one that Jover Zamora has called his tellurian character.
dead planet to the Tellurian eye blue planet Telluria's gravity
And his saturnine face could be called handsome if you overlooked its heavy, tellurian sadness.
Cryptozoological bloodworms, Dune's sandworms, JT Petty's Burrowers, Alvanson and Negarestani's sentient oil and rat-swarms and machines that are digging: the ground beneath our feet is teeming with chthonic monsters, tellurian presences that chew through earth and nestle in burrows and reach up and snag and snare and pull back down into shifting dirt.
A significant factor in Wynright's recent growth was its 2009 acquisition of Tellurian, a robotics company in Texas, which was its fastest growing business unit in 2010.
Written before the devastating 2009 Haitian earthquake, La Main et autres poemes could have been inspired to a great tellurian poet by the compass of his premonitory intelligence.
Perhaps we should hold, rather, that our Dignity as a Quality would have been increased, on grounds of our membership in another collective--the Club of Tellurian Life.
In his Political Theology, Carl Schmitt, the authentic epicenter of twentieth-century tellurian philosophy of law, sets up a boundless polemic against Hans Kelsen's theory, according to which, "the basis for the validity of a norm can only be a norm [preliminary or additional, nevertheless different from the one in question]" [bracketed commentary mine].
Panel sessions include:-- "Cellulosic Ethanol in California": Paul Zorner, Finistere Partners; Rick Zalesky, Chevron Technology Ventures; Anna Rath, Ceres Inc.; and Anna Halpern-Lande, Tellurian Biodiesel.