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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Astronomy.

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Examples

  • I am a great astronomics and scifi geek so it was wicked beyond words! naturally I proposed to her shortly afterwards …

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - The Geekiest Thing?

  • Air Force, retired, doctorate in astronomics at MIT.

    CNN Transcript Feb 6, 2007

  • Lacking though her education might be in the finer nuances of higher astronomics, she knew enough to tell that there was something seriously wrong with the cluster that had been singled out.

    Running From The Deity

  • Lacking though her education might be in the finer nuances of higher astronomics, she knew enough to tell that there was something seriously wrong with the cluster that had been singled out.

    Running From The Deity

  • Lacking though her education might be in the finer nuances of higher astronomics, she knew enough to tell that there was something seriously wrong with the cluster that had been singled out.

    Running from the Deity

  • Lacking though her education might be in the finer nuances of higher astronomics, she knew enough to tell that there was something seriously wrong with the cluster that had been singled out.

    Running From The Deity

  • "I am Counselor Second for Science, with a particular interest in astronomics."

    Mid Flinx

  • "I am Counselor Second for Science, with a particular interest in astronomics."

    Mid Flinx

  • Proudly we earned advanced college degrees in aeronautics and astronomics, civil engineering, computer science, mathematics, mechanical engineering, and structural engineering from institutions such as California Polytechnic Institute,

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