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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]

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.
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His decision to use the pseudonym of Miguel Torga reflected his telluric closeness to the inhospitable nature of the Portuguese mountains.
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Therefore, they will create the literary trend Mundonovismo, an Americanist movement emerged from essayist Francisco Contreras (1927), in which a syncretic narrative was claimed through a modernist /postmodernist reorientation: tradition and contemporaneity, nativism and universality, the telluric and the mythical, the update of the ancient myths and the renew of realism through metaphors, allegories, and collective symbols.
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Resources, Violence and the Telluric Geographies of Small Wars.
However, I begin with Schmitt's considerations of territory and the conflict between the telluric logic, the sea logic and the air logic as presented in his work The Nomos of the Earth in the International Law of the Jus Publicum Europaeum (Schmitt 2003).
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