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telluric

 [tĕ-lu´rik]
1. pertaining to tellurium.
2. pertaining to or originating from the earth.

tel·lu·ric

(tĕ-lū'rik),
1. Relating to or originating in the earth.
2. Relating to the element tellurium, especially in its 6+ valence state.
[L. tellus (tellur-), the earth]

telluric

/tel·lu·ric/ (tĕ-lu´rik)
1. pertaining to tellurium.
2. pertaining to or originating from the earth.

telluric

[telo̅o̅′rik]
Etymology: L, tellus, earth
pertaining to the soil and its possible pathogenic influence.

tel·lu·ric

(tĕ-lūr'ik)
1. Relating to or originating in the earth.
2. Relating to the element tellurium, especially in its 6+ valence state.
[L. tellus (tellur-), the earth]

telluric

of, relating to, or originating on or in the earth or soil.

telluric

1. pertaining to tellurium.
2. pertaining to or originating from the earth.
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Inspired by the telluric, primordial geology of the famous Giant's Causeway in the north of Ireland, the three blocks that make up the hotel and apartment complex have craggy, massive facades, suggesting permanence and solidity in a rapidly changing urban environment.
Climacus points out to Hegel that, as a human being, he is unable to fly: "flying means to be set free from telluric conditions, something that is reserved exclusively for winged creatures, perhaps also for inhabitants of the moon, perhaps--" (VII, 102).
For its all-Stravinsky program, La Scala Ballet obtained the exclusive European rights to perform Bejart's celebrated Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rite of Spring), which, since its creation in 1959, is considered in Europe to be the most thrilling dance translation of Stravinsky's telluric score and is still a hit at the box office.
And the way he understood that this was about telluric patriotism -- I thought, this guy completely nailed it.
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