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sphere

 [sfēr]
a three dimensional round body; called also globus. adj., adj spher´ical.
attraction sphere centrosome.
segmentation sphere
1. morula.

sphere

(sfēr),
A ball or globular body.
[G. sphaira]

sphere

(sfēr) ball or globe; a three-dimensional round body.spher´ical

sphere

[sfir]
a globe-shaped object, theoretically generated by a circle revolving on a diameter as its axis.

sphere

(sfēr)
A ball or globular body.
[G. sphaira]

sphere 

A term commonly used to denote the spherical component of a prescription or of the power of a lens, or even a spherical lens. See spherical lens; prescription.
far point sphere The imaginary spherical surface on which lie the far points of accommodation for all directions of gaze. See far point of accommodation.
near point s . The imaginary spherical surface on which lie the near points of accommodation for all directions of gaze. See near point of accommodation.

sphere

a ball or globe.

attraction sphere
centrosome.
segmentation sphere
1. the morula.
2. a blastomere.
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Similarly, Meredith Monk's vocal/movement language is less like the rock-and-roll formulas we hear every day and more like the music of the spheres with a touch of backyard magic.
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STRANGE MUSIC IN MY EARS STRANGE MUSIC OF THE SPHERES KEEP YOUR SUNNY SIDE UP UP HIDE THE SIDE THAT GETS BLUE STAND UPON YOUR LEGS BE LIKE TWO FRIED EGGS KEEP YOUR SUNNY SIDE UP.
They will throw off the spirit of gravity, unify mind and body, reason and imagination, and dance to the music of the spheres.
As a freak snow purified Trafalgar Square's Slightly dingy bric-a-brac of monuments - Hushed to see the music of the spheres
His new book, The Music of the Spheres, a study of music and classical science, was published in May by Grove Press.
At night one could imagine that the stars might sing The forgotten music of the spheres.
It all started with what I call a 'tilt towards the text,' when composers broke away from the medieval and Middle Eastern notion that music was part of wider sets of meaning, connected to the planets and the music of the spheres.