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Elsewhere, Reynolds surveys the impact of the war upon democracy, empire, capitalism, and other spheres of life.

In those higher spheres, the activity takes on a logic of its own, he says.

Markets, and market values, have reached into spheres of life previously governed by non-market values.

He said operations are planned in three spheres—getting to the destination, working at the destination, and returning home.

Does “laboring” to form “geometrically perfect spheres” sound like a good time?

We thus perceive that energy can be transmitted from one to another of these little spheres.

Atmospheric envelopes appear to be common features about the celestial spheres.

About this centre the spheres revolve, each in a way swinging around the other.

So long as the solar and planetary spheres remain fluid, the whole of their masses partake of the movement.

Chaucer makes a mistake in attributing this harmony to all of the nine spheres.


On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spheres, such as: planet, circle, orb, ball, globe, and pill.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.