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If there are only fifteen power nodes, then how come there were so many different Gods and Goddesses among the Greeks?
PAGAN PASSIONSGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
The nodes of the moon's orbit are not stationary, but have a daily retrograde motion of 3´ 10·64´´.
THE ASTRONOMY OF THE BIBLEE. WALTER MAUNDER
Combining this with the expression for the two nodes, the Hindu myth has taken the following form.
THE ASTRONOMY OF THE BIBLEE. WALTER MAUNDER
This relation might be briefly expressed by saying that the Dragon—that is of the nodes—causes the eclipse.
THE ASTRONOMY OF THE BIBLEE. WALTER MAUNDER
There were four open WiFi nodes visible from the board room and I told it to change between them at random intervals.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
Similarly, the corresponding epitrochoids will exhibit three loops or nodes (curve b), or assume the form shown in the curve c.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 6VARIOUS
The vibrating parts of a string are called loops or segments (see Fig. 336), while the points of least or no vibration are nodes.
PHYSICSWILLIS EUGENE TOWER
Furthermore, the spirals may be smooth or spinulose the elater uniform throughout or enlarged betimes by nodes and swellings.
THE NORTH AMERICAN SLIME-MOULDSTHOMAS H. (THOMAS HUSTON) MACBRIDE
But the operative effect of the shifting of the nodes is to displace backwards the eclipse seasons by about 20 days.
THE STORY OF ECLIPSESGEORGE CHAMBERS
Canes intermediate in length, number and thickness, light and dark brown deepening in color at the nodes.
THE GRAPES OF NEW YORKU. P. HEDRICK

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