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It has been a terrible year on so many metrics, no matter where on this celestial orb you live.
Scientists have observed the planets and moons in our solar system for centuries, and have flown spacecraft past the orbs for decades.
Its shape is more similar to a spinning top than a basketball or other orb, and it’s not very big—about a third of a mile wide at its widest point.
When moved next to text, the faint gray orb signifying your mouse cursor transforms into a blinking editing variant, letting you highlight and copy or paste whatever you’re hovering over.
Materia, orbs of immense power, grant the ability to cast spells.
Stagger an Imp and rip him apart with your hands to get some health orbs.
The morning crawled past, the sun mounted until I could see the golden orb near zenith.
The moon rose majestically above the distant trees; her full, round, and yellow orb cast a mellow light upon our group.
CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
The orb of the sun, already near the horizon, seemed enormous and of purple hue.
They prayed devoutly before sunrise; but until the orb had risen they never spoke of worldly matters.

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