from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A double star in Auriga, the brightest star in the constellation, approximately 46 light-years from Earth.
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- proper n. : A bright double star in the constellation Auriga; Alpha (α) Aurigae.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A brilliant star in the constellation Auriga.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A star, the fifth in the heavens in order of brightness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the brightest star in Auriga
- n. snipes
I don't have the right term in my head, but A Capella is an instrumentation, or an orchestration.
There is also the matter of wrongful death at the hands of Federation agents of our representative on the planet you call Capella Four.
_Aix_, and we call Capella, the "sons" on this inference being the three small stars near, called by the Greeks and by ourselves the "Kids."
To be even more blunt: If the entire haruspical tradition is from the Near East and related closely with Babylonian or Hittite religion which share the same practices, then why aren't Etruscologists doing the sensible thing and putting away their childish toys namely Capella's fictitious poetry and picking up a book on Babylonian or Hittite divination practices in order to understand Etruscan religion more competently?
In a small church, called the Capella di Christo, over the altar within a niche, is a wooden figure of our Lord, said to be 800 years old.
The sovereign brilliancy of Sirius pierced the eye with a steely glitter, the star called Capella was yellow, Aldebaran and
The sovereign brilliancy of Sirius pierced the eye with a steely glitter, the star called Capella was yellow, Aldebaran and Betelgueux shone with a fiery red.
On the right hand is the new sacristy, otherwise called the Capella dei
Destiny's Wild even went so far as to gripe that Neapolitan had stolen their idea of singing the song a Capella, which is hardly a novel concept.
Mile 21 A Capella is a coed collegiate vocals group from the University of Colorado in Boulder.
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