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  • Astrolabe

    an astronomical instrument for taking the altitude of the sun or stars and for the solution of other problems in astronomy and navigation: used by Greek astronomers from about 200 b.c. and by Arab astronomers from the Middle Ages until superseded by the sextant. Historical Examples See Chaucer’s own treatise on The astrolabe, which he […]

  • Astrologer

    the study that assumes and attempts to interpret the influence of the heavenly bodies on human affairs. Obsolete. the science of astronomy. Contemporary Examples “The last thing we need is another layer,” says astrologer Miller. Astrologers Predict Holiday Hell Gina Piccalo November 20, 2010 We had the better team and anyhow our astrologer had picked […]



  • Astrology

    the study that assumes and attempts to interpret the influence of the heavenly bodies on human affairs. Obsolete. the science of astronomy. Contemporary Examples In religion, or astrology, or any other belief system, revision is a kind of defeat. Stuart Firestein, Author of ‘Ignorance,’ Says Not Knowing Is the Key to Science Casey Schwartz April […]

  • Astrological

    the study that assumes and attempts to interpret the influence of the heavenly bodies on human affairs. Obsolete. the science of astronomy. Contemporary Examples You can make a living off talents and be the most productive babe with the most functional bonds on the astrological block. What the Stars Hold for Your Week Starsky + […]



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