American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The boundary between the earth's crust and the underlying mantle, averaging 8 kilometers (5 miles) in depth under the oceans and 32 kilometers (20 miles) in depth under the continents.
- After Andrija Mohorovičić (1857-1936), Croatian geophysicist. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
““Although most countries play down the power of their lasers to blind on the battlefield, China, for one, has made no pretense of this potential use of its 73-pound, battery-powered ZM-87 Portable Laser Disturber.””
“The 73-pound bike sports a 500-watt motor capable of cruising at 20mph on flat terrain.”
“Now 43 and half blind, Bun clings weakly to the dirty sheets of his bed in a Phnom Penh AIDS hospice, his 73-pound body a skeleton of his former self.”
“We did some fishing there, and I caught a 73-pound peixe de couro, or pintado, a member of the catfish family pictured.”
“The 2. 73-pound Samsung N150 features include seven-hour battery life, Intel Atom N450 1.66”
“Some of the more notable records include Mark Broadway's 12. 73-pound largemouth bass that he caught at Lake Arrowhead in March 2008.”
“Florida Keys residents and visitors have been given a public invitation to join in the release of the 73-pound turtle, at 9: 20 a.m. Sunday at Veteran's Park on Little Duck Key, Mile Marker 40.”
“The 73-pound Martian explorer was conceived by Dr. Colin T. Pillinger of the Open University in Milton Keynes, England.”
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