- From Latin terra ("earth, land (or dirt)") (Wiktionary)
“For a project conceived under the title "Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica," he went to the forbidding continent down south and gathered images and impressions to pair with music performed by himself on turntables and a supporting string ensemble.”
“Battle for Terra is much higher on my list, though I may hold off a week until the local pandemic fear subsides (schools are closing here locally quite rapidly as more possible cases of the swine flu pop up).”
“The third and smallest government, known as Emergent Terra, is a group of radical “singularitarians,” who favor abandoning traditional bans on nanotechnological improvement and genetic engineering of humans in order to ‘ascend.’”
“To Terra is a great choice and I would put that on my list.”
“Now I do some rockhounding occasionally (and a bit of Lapidary) and I know well some of the treasures in Terra's crust.”
“The jury, which must be unanimous for Guy Hands to prevail, will have the choice to award anywhere from zero to $2 billion if they find in Terra Firma's favour.”
“Toward The Terra is a Japanese science fiction manga series, authored by Keiko Takemiya.”
“This sentence didn't exist in Terra Insegura until today's revisions, though the scene it's part of did.”
“The only thing more disturbing than the Republican candidates 'embrace, warm or otherwise, of torture as an acceptable tool in our "War on Terra" is the response of the audience at the South Carolina debates.”
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