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spherical

(sfer'i-kal) [Gr. sphairikos]
Having the form of or pert. to a sphere. Synonym: globular
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It will commercialize the spherical drone display in March 2019.
bellonae, only specimens containing more than 40 % spherical spores (observedat 100x) were selected.
com/weather/features/38183830) according to the BBC , and last year a Twitter user posted another picture of such a spherical structure in Japan.
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