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Moon

(mūn),
Henry, English surgeon, 1845-1892. See: Moon molars.

Moon

(mūn),
Robert C., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1844-1914. See: Laurence-Moon syndrome.
Drug slang noun A regional term for mescaline
Popular health noun See Full moon
Vox populi verb To display one's bared buttocks by lowering the backside of one's trousers and underpants, usually bending over. Mooning is done in the English-speaking world to express protest, scorn, disrespect, or provocation but can be done for shock value or fun.
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According to the Moonless Night Letter, "'simulated' instrument conditions occur when the pilot's vision outside of the aircraft is intentionally restricted, such as by a hood or goggles.
It ended up glowing at 4th magnitude during its moonless best two weeks in January.
According to its caretaker, the lighthouse used to guide fishermen in Laguna Lake during moonless nights but stopped operating after its main power source conked out three years ago.
the pitch-black, moonless night became VMC, so I cancelled IFR (1) and descended to 14,500 feet.
In fact, the zodiacal light covers the entire sky, being responsible in large part for the total skylight on a moonless night.
The sun is spiked into the sand, empty stalk of moonless night congealed like blood.
He added: "Factor in shooting on a moonless night and slotting it in with my workload, not to mention whether the clouds will part, and you're then down to a very limited number of days.
You can sample highly-atmospheric tracks like Good Women, Appointment In Samarra and Starless State Of The Moonless Barrow on Youtube.
When the sky is moonless, the area between Virgo's outstretched upper hand and Denebola, Leo's tail-tip, is a wonderland for skilled telescope users.
What Ahmed requires for that elusive moment that looks like a fireworks celebration in the skies is a moonless night.
Under ideal conditions (a dark, moonless sky) about 55 to 60 of these very swift meteors from famed Halley's Comet might be seen per hour, the Fox News reported.