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Indicating it as being vital and intrinsic, at one with the occulted sources of Life.
It was a remote star, one of myriads in the constellations at large, the definite groups which occulted in the void before me.
OLD JUNKH. M. TOMLINSON
First, when the moon is occulted by the earth it is believed to be devoured by some evil demon, or by wolves or dogs.
MOON LORETIMOTHY HARLEY
Commonly the occulted body will remain hidden for an hour or two, more or less.
THE STORY OF ECLIPSESGEORGE CHAMBERS
During the progress of this eclipse the moon occulted the star Aldebaran in the constellation of Taurus.
ASTRONOMY OF TO-DAYCECIL G. DOLMAGE
Calvisius supposed that the occulted “star” might have been Aldebaran.
Mercury is said to have been occulted by Venus in the year 1737.
Her kisses were big things to him, yet possibly there were larger psychological changes which occulted everything else, at first.
THE TRAIL OF THE HAWKSINCLAIR LEWIS
A faintest, tiny blur against the stars, a few of them occulted as though an invisible shadow were upon them.
The light is usually mechanically occulted by a quick-acting shutter, but recently another system has been devised.
ARTIFICIAL LIGHTM. LUCKIESH

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