from The Century Dictionary.
- After a terrestrial or earthly manner.
- In zoology, in or on the ground; on land, not in water: as, to pupate terrestrially, as an insect.
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- adverb In a
- adverb Whilst located on
Earth, or on land.
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- adverb in a worldly manner
- adverb to a land environment
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NASA should focus on testing and developing terrestrially and extraterrestrially manufactured lightsails in order to begin exploiting the natural resources of asteroids and in order to transport humans through interplanetary
From a gut feeling standpoint, I just can't see Mars being a viable near-term option (~10 years) given just the raw length of time it takes to get out there, and the little amount of experience we have in long-term terrestrially-based space exploration.
Opportunities are missed to generate much spark between Tom and Louise, let along their terrestrially travelling friends.
Digital companies 'flexible, non-terrestrially based nature will help make them a natural governance form around which geographically dispersed innovators can coalesce, unlocking a whole new wave of firm creation and entrepreneurial activity.
Even the issue of live coverage of Parliament sessions was partially resolved, with Jordan TV Channel 2 airing the sessions terrestrially along with Jordandays.tv website and Radio Al Balad.
Stretching out across an area about equal in size to the state of California, the Sea of Fertility's western edge is home to features we share terrestrially – grabens.
Most of the UFO sightings we hear about are these terrestrially-built anti-grav craft.
For example, catchments or watersheds on land are terrestrially defined, but water percolating through the soil or running off the soil surface eventually enters streams and rivers.
Because of the lack of natural buoyancy, terrestrially-taught swimmers might struggle a bit when trying to keep their heads above water.
In spring, meltwater carries terrestrially derived DOC and abundant nutrients.