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earth

(ĕrth),
1. Soil; the soft material of the land, as opposed to rock and sand.
2. An easily pulverized mineral.
3. An insoluble oxide of aluminum or of certain other elements characterized by a high melting point.
[A.S. eorthe]

earth

(ûrth)
n.
1.
a. The land surface of the world.
b. The softer, friable part of land; soil, especially productive soil.
2. Chemistry Any of several metallic oxides, such as alumina or zirconia, that are difficult to reduce and were formerly regarded as elements.
Endothelin A Receptor Antagonist Trial in Heart Failure. A clinical trial that assessed the effects of selective endothelin receptor blockade with darusentan in heart failure
Conclusions Acute endothelin receptor antagonism improves systemic hemodynamics in CHF; chronic ET receptor antagonism worsens CHF symptoms

earth

(ĕrth)
1. Soil; the soft material of the land, as opposed to rock and sand.
2. An easily pulverized mineral.
3. An insoluble oxide of aluminum or of certain other elements characterized by a high melting point.
[A.S. eorthe]

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Also coming back down to earth, with a bit of a bang, was Reynolds, who's been told by long-time team boss and good friend Ben Atkins that his flying days are over.
"I'm still coming back down to earth, you just never expect it to be you, but this time it is.
He said: "It was more of a shock than anything else, it feels a bit surreal, never mind taking part, actually winning it - I'm still coming back down to earth. "It was mainly because of the adventure side that I entered - I've never been far out of Europe on holiday, and I've never really fished anywhere but the Tyne.
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Coming back down to Earth, I had another idea - only this one wasn't quite so far-fetched.
I still coming back down to earth after last weekends bout to tell the truth.
And she's just coming back down to Earth after her 10-day trip to NASA's headquarters.
The Kitten is just coming back down to earth after her glamorous exploits as a celebrity castaway, shinning up trees, climbing up the rigging of a tall ship and gutting fish.
Balshaw added: "Whoever the fan was who got the ball after Jonny's drop goal must have stuffed it up his jumper - a very wise man!" The Lancastrian said that returning to rainy England was a sure way of coming back down to earth, but that the World Cup win was still a long way from having sunk in.
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"Coming back down to earth and playing in the League of Wales after those matches was hard work.