hemisphere

[ hem-i-sfeer ]SEE DEFINITION OF hemisphere

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Human freedom is on the march, and nowhere more so than our own hemisphere.

Be sure that the stop valve in the neck of the hemisphere is open.

Hemi” means “half,” so each half of the globe is called a “hemisphere.

In this hemisphere this is in each case the highest point north.

Crude: of course he was crude; he had a hemisphere for his canvas.

It's the sleaziest, cheapest, most run-down tenement in one hemisphere, but I love it.

"Oh, Polly means the atmosphere and hemisphere, I s'pose," explained Dorothy.

Southerly, in North latitude; the reverse in the Southern hemisphere.

One hemisphere, forever in sunshine, remained in a low, red heat.

Its soil and climate could unite the products of the East with those of the Western hemisphere.

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