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  • Newspapers run astrology columns -- something I'd ban if I ran a paper, period -- with no disclaimers that there is no scientific basis for what these planet - and star-gazers tell us.

    Boing Boing

  • But, as we now know, the Maya were not simply a race of star-gazers intent upon the passage of Time.

    Primary sources of Maya history - part one

  • Glendale, California – In the shadows of Hollywood, just minutes from the studios of Burbank and the bright lights of Los Angeles, the streets of downtown Glendale were filled with star-gazers, dream-chasers and happy feet.

    Buzzine » Dancing to Bollywood Stardom

  • One example of light pollution is sky glow, a condition caused by light that escapes upward, “scattering into the atmosphere” and obstructing views of the night sky for astronomers and casual star-gazers alike.

    ���Lights Out��� in Boston Goes Beyond Energy Conservation

  • As the days grew longer and stretched into summer, the deep pink star-gazers and trumpet-shaped lilies of pure white would also spring forth from the loamy earth and leaf debris.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Happily Ever After

  • For legions of anglers, bird-watchers, star-gazers and adventurous tourists, the loss of the lodge and two dozen nearby rustic cabins has been big.

    Saving Flamingo Lodge

  • Yet both ancient records and modern science point to an astronomical event that could well have led expert star-gazers to surmise specifically that a king was being born in Israel.

    What the Magi Saw

  • The ruler who is good for anything ought not to beg his subjects to be ruled by him; although the present governors of mankind are of a different stamp; they may be justly compared to the mutinous sailors, and the true helmsmen to those who are called by them goodfor-nothings and star-gazers.

    The Republic by Plato ; translated by Benjamin Jowett

  • The materialist, secure in the certainty of sensation, mocks at fine-spun theories, at star-gazers and dreamers, and believes that his life is solid, that he at least takes nothing for granted, but knows where he stands, and what he does.

    The Transcendentalist

  • ALEX CHADWICK, host: For all you star-gazers, tonight is a good time to get out the lawn chair, lean back and find a comfy view of the sky.

    Perseid Meteor Shower to Light Up Night Sky

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