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- adjective astronomy Alternative capitalization of
- adjective mineralogy Describing
mineralscontaining hexavalent uranium
- adjective dated
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Uranos in Plato's _Symposium_) the word uranian or urning, ever since frequently used for the homosexual lover, while he called the normal heterosexual lover a dioning (from Dione).
It's the richest continent in the world, in terms of arable land and minerals that everyone else wants, like uranian, oil, diamonds, gold and a host of others, and they still can't hack it.
I am, moreover, now convinced that a _mutual_ uranian love will reach its best results, both spiritual and physical, where there is complete sexual expression.
Is this the outcome of the woman in the uranian temperament?
One of these was, I now know, pure uranian, and there was in his case certainly some sexual response, but though I often slept with him, when he was a lad of 17 and 18, there was never any idea in our minds of any sexual act.
'The true measure of love,' wrote a uranian schoolmaster to me once, 'is self-sacrifice'; not 'What will you give?' but 'What will you give up?'
Owner Keith Halper, who was not taking calls Wednesday, has said his most influential game was "Assault on Iran" - a simulated special ops mission to destroy Iran's Natanz uranian enrichment lab.
Thousands of dead US Soldiers not reported from depleted uranian as well.
That guy couldn’t act his way out of a plasma-covered uranian!