Could an ordinary watch be turned into a sidereal watch by moving the regulator?
So the constitution of the sidereal universe is just like that of the bodies which we call material.
He has come to the bounds of the sidereal system—seen to the confines of the universe.
Not only nebul are probably unstable, but also many of the sidereal systems.
In one day, a man may go out of the town of Kbul to where snow never falls, or he may go, in two sidereal Fol.
It is more than Napoleonic; it is continental, interplanetary, sidereal!
sidereal Year, the period during which the earth makes a revolution in its orbit with respect to the stars.
But because that has gone from the sidereal chart, it does not follow that there is no such place.
Thus the maturity of a sidereal system may be judged from the disposition of the component parts.
The instrument was turned in answer to these questions to the sidereal heavens.
also siderial, 1630s, "star-like;" 1640s, "of or pertaining to the stars," earlier sideral (1590s), from French sidereal (16c.), from Latin sidereus "starry, astral, of the constellations," from sidus (genitive sideris) "star, group of stars, constellation," probably from PIE root *sweid- "to shine" (cf. Lithuanian svidus "shining, bright"). Sidereal time is measured by the apparent diurnal motion of the fixed stars. The sidereal day begins and ends with the passage of the vernal equinox over the meridian and is about four minutes shorter than the solar day, measured by the passage of the sun over the meridian.