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She was constructed to revolve like the terraqueous globe; some part or other of her was always out of sight or in shadow.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
Throughout the terraqueous globe his achievement is cited as the conquest of abstract Science over Physics.
Amid such terraqueous conditions it was natural enough that the children should develop a passion for the sea.
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISONARCHIBALD H. GRIMKE
Meanwhile, what portion of this inconsiderable terraqueous Globe have ye actually tilled and delved, till it will grow no more?
Thus, then, two new oceans are requisite to cover the terraqueous globe merely to the depth of five hundred feet.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 4 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
I very much fear that our little terraqueous 45 globe is the lunatic asylum of the universe.
He set it down that the earth was a terraqueous globe, which might be travelled round.
Day is perpetually dawning, and night commencing to some or other of the inhabitants of the terraqueous ball without intermission.
He quietly lifts his pilgrim-staff, and begins a perambulation and circumambulation of the terraqueous globe.
The elastic, compressible, and dilatable fluid encompassing the terraqueous globe.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH

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