- n. Plural form of constellation.
“For the observation is of the position of the stars, which they call constellations, at the time when the person was born about whom these wretched men are consulted by their still more wretched dupes.”
“• Carefully examining the MGR process to lay the foundation for the structured organization of energy, Gurwitsch took up the notion of Szent - Györgi (1941) where migration of energy along common electronic levels of protein molecules could now be applied to what he called constellations or, in current terms, ensembles; • these are linked clusters of macromolecules held together by constant energy circulation, seen as a common electronic cloud that is shared.”
“He looked around the room — a colorful collage, the universe of an eight-year-old boy done up in constellations of dinosaurs and soccer balls and rugged toys of all kinds.”
“For years he had loved stargazing, which his early rising facilitated; he called the constellations his “celestial acquaintance.””
“But they are artificial, and mean no more to the world's surface than the illustrations we call constellations mean to the actual stars.”
“Men have indeed been brought into being on this condition, that they should guard the globe which you see in the midst of this temple, which is called the earth; and a soul has been given to them from those eternal fires which you call constellations and stars, which, globed and round, animated with god - derived minds, complete their courses and move through their orbits with amazing speed.”
“The Chaldeans and Arabs, early named the stars and grouped them in constellations; often travelling and tending flocks by night, they would naturally do so, especially as the rise and setting of some stars mark the distinction of seasons.”
“Star Walk for the iPad will label constellations if a user holds the iPad toward the night sky.”
“Star Walk for the iPad will label constellations if a user to hold the iPad toward the night sky.”
“Traditionally, in psychology, psychiatry and psychoanalysis, the term "character" has been used to refer to constellations or configurations of behavioral traits.”
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