nghytser, cytser, cytserau, chytser, chytserau, gytser, gytserau, nghytserau
Noun(1) an arrangement of parts or elements(2) a configuration of stars as seen from the earth
(1) The constellation of these artists and their painted and sculpted expressions is impressive in its rhetoric and spectacle.(2) They must find the new constellation of goods that the gift represents more attractive than the one they are used to.(3) Centaurus is a southern constellation and its brightest stars are not visible in regions above latitude 29 north.(4) The bullets found easy victims and a constellation of flashing lights lit up the smoke-filled cabin, accompanied by a staccato roar.(5) In fact, I visualize the constellation of events and characters in my novels with these pictures.(6) If women present with a different constellation of symptoms, they're less likely to associate those symptoms with heart disease.(7) I was lying on the ground in front of someone's house watching the stars, the constellation , Cassiopeia.(8) Similarly, data communications, including emergency service, is a natural use for a constellation of such satellites.(9) Rather, its impact is felt through people's concern with a constellation of ideas which are linked by the fact that they are presupposed by social Darwinism.(10) This constellation of images, and the devil in its dialectic, is nicely captured in this passage.(11) Both of these are definitely important considerations that capital owners weigh, but they are amongst a constellation of many others.(12) Like all the other identified extra-solar planets, the body found orbiting the star in the constellation Lyra is a giant.(13) A whole constellation of imaging products is now maturing into commercial viability.(14) Part of the constellation Puppis, the star is a tad too faint to see with the unaided eye.(15) In the process, a constellation of personal qualities has been derided and devalued, and is in the process of vanishing altogether.(16) no two patients ever show exactly the same constellation of symptoms
(1) constellation :: names
1. configuration ::
Different Formsconstellation, constellations
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