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milky

(mil´ke)
1. having the appearance of milk; whitish, cloudy, fluid.
2. filled with or consisting of milk or a milklike fluid.
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Dai Banner, Founder and Managing Director of Wales Interactive added, "We've been following Coffin Dodgers on Steam for quite a while and have been blown away with the zany creativity and imagination from Milky Tea Studios.
The Earth and everything upon it are part of the Milky Way, including ourselves.
The vast number of stars and the huge extent on the sky make it hard to measure fundamental quantities for the Milky Way, such as its weight.
The Milky Way's other bright galaxy is called the Small Magellanic Cloud.
The Milky Way has a relatively low surface brightness.
Judging from images of these far-flung galaxies, they found the Milky Way likely began as faint, blue, low-mass object containing lots of gas.
The galaxy, NGC 6744, which looks like a picture postcard of our own Milky Way
We are interested in how the Milky Way fits into the broader context of the universe", said Stanford University astrophysicist Risa Wechsler.
Launched some 50 years ago by Famous Brands' founder George Halamandres, Milky Lane is South Africa's original soft-serve quick service/casual dining ice cream concept, and one of very few brands in this category to have succeeded where others have failed, including several global players.
The discovery of the galaxy, about 10 billion light years away from the earth, will help researchers understand how the Milky Way was formed.
A PHYSICIST has created what is believed to be the most detailed picture ever of the Milky Way using 3,000 images.
ISLAMABAD, April 30, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- New calculations by scientists suggest that hundreds of massive rogue black holes, left over from the galaxy-building days of the early universe, may wander the Milky Way.