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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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inverted on a classical plinth, while the diva's mouth and chin float, moonlike, in the sky.
The most likely scenario for their formation--the collision of larger asteroids--suggests that at least some of them should have additional moonlike fragments circling them.
However, the coins in the ritual which frames the story are silver, moonlike.
From time to time it crossed the path of a video projection, capturing the images of a moonlike landscape on its surface.
From the north, one goes past lion-colored deserts amidst sandy winds, white and red metallic howling, moonlike planes and craters and a hem of ocean, the Humboldt current's blue and cold effervescent foam; through bald hills, lime dust, cement dust, fast plains, and a sort of skylight over Chacabuco that leads us into a clear and open valley, stretching to the adobe shores of Colina, Renca, Quilicura.
Elsewhere his technique is childlike to the point of clumsiness, as in Spiegel (Reflektion) (Mirror [Reflection]), a picture of a round, moonlike, silvery face against a pinkish-black background, or Der Grune Teppich (The Green Carpet), in which three spindly floor lamps stand on a jade rug.
The architectural installations--CO-OP, 2006, an empty wooden house frame inspired by Paul Thek's collaborations with the Artist's Co-op in the late '60s, and geosphere fragment, 2006, a moonlike metal sliver of a Buckminster Fuller geodesic dome, suspended by three small cranes--are clearly incomplete.