from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of moon.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of moon.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as moon, 6.
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"That was allit merely recurred and recurredgardens that flaunted coloring against which this would be quite dull, moons that whirled and swayed, paler than winter moons, more golden than harvest moons"
Using NASA resources to study the Earth instead of other planets, dwarf planets (welcome Ceres!) and moons is nothing but a jobs program for scientists.
In "A Spy in Europa," one of Jupiter's moons is the setting for a control struggle being played out between human factions: the Demarhcists and Gilgamesh Isis.
Synopsis: A veteran of the Quiet War, hiding in plain sight as a prison guard on one of Uranus's moons, is in danger of being discovered when a serial killer (most likely by another hidden veteran) appears.
When he opened them again, clouds drifted serenely by, lit by the twin moons and the gentle glimmer of distant stars.
So coming to it and finding the gate open, he entered the vestibule, where he saw seated on a bench two girls like twin moons with a chess-cloth before them and they were at play.
All this focus on Saturn's moons is driven by the interest in discovering if any of them seem capable of supporting life.
I think walk two moons is a good book Me and my crew can relate to this book.
I've been writting my theories I have on how the moons are actually different planets and we are exploring more than one planet named Saturn.
We used to dance, and then it would rain for days on end, and then the sun would blaze, and I would come, and go, and the moons were always right, and there was never too much wind, or too much mist.
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