The license from 2005 for LightSquared was explicitly for phones that used both satellite and terrestrial networks.
“In January the commission said LightSquared could use its license for exclusive terrestrial purposes,” he said.
As the critic Dave Hickey famously said, let art be “frivolous” enough to move us at a terrestrial level.
This is especially true of the ocean, where impacts are less obvious than for terrestrial systems.
The telestial is governed through the ministrations of the terrestrial, by "angels who are appointed to minister for them."
Thus the 'winged' species is simultaneous with the 'terrestrial' and the 'water' species.
The respiratory apparatus in all the terrestrial vertebrates is of the same kind—one single pair of lungs.
The age that showed in him was not a matter of terrestrial years.
The distribution of terrestrial molluscs on the Sandwich Islands presents a great body of facts of this kind.
So far the work has been merely that of the terrestrial surveyor.
early 15c., from Latin terrestris "earthly," from terra "earth" (see terrain). Originally opposed to celestial; natural history sense of "living on land" is attested from 1630s. The noun meaning "a human being, a mortal" is recorded from 1590s.