- n. Plural form of stargazer.
“Gill and his friends were looking at the stars through a telescope by the side of a road near Dundas St.W. and Winston Churchill Blvd. when Garavellos and a friend, who had been drinking and smoking marijuana, drove by, swore and called the stargazers "geeks.”
“That we might be raising a generation of soft, coddled moppets who grow up to be tree-huggers or sitar-players or stargazers or artists or poets or flower-weavers or dreamers or lovers or all of the above is beside the point.”
“For the past eight years, Olin and a dozen or so stargazers armed with telescopes have met at the former military site to view space from the lawn outside the silo.”
“And then there was fodder for stargazers: the actor Chazz Palminteri and his wife, Gianna Ranaudo ; the painter Anh Duong , who said she went on a boat trip to Fiji with Mr. Sondheim and Diane von Furstenberg ; the filmmaker James Toback a guest of Mr. Baldwin's, and Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn .”
“Prior to invention of the telescope, stargazers required no special apparatus but their own eyes and a clear view of sky to appreciate the splendor of the infinity.”
“Loudoun County health officials are warning people who may have been in the International Arrivals and Baggage Claim level of the main terminal at Dulles Airport on Feb. 20 between 3:15 to 7:15 p.m, that they may have been exposed to measles (Post); Prince George's County Police said a man was fatally shot in an apartment building in Adelphi late Saturday night (Post); Good news for stargazers: Arlington's planetarium has won a reprieve.”
“Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, the monthly prognosticators, stand up, and save thee from these things that shall come upon thee.”
“(Mathew 1: 8-11) Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, the monthly prognosticators, stand up, and save thee from these things that shall come upon thee.”
“A series of massive solar flares that have erupted from the sun in recent days could trigger a dazzling show of the northern lights for stargazers in the northern United States, but they could also have far more serious consequences, including the disruption of power grids and communication systems across the globe.”
“With a line bursting with stargazers snaking all the way around a massive public square, the Toronto International Film Fest premiere of "Moneyball" was a raucous scene that turned into a kind of makeshift victory parade for Brad Pitt, the baseball film's magnetic leading man.”
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