See eclipse (def. 1)
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How to use solar eclipse in a sentence
The solar eclipse on Friday brings a new wave of tenderness to your emotional environment.
A solar eclipse this week brings healthy detachment to Taurus and intuition to Cancer.
The solar eclipse, Thursday, portends healthy detachment from siblings and other strangers.
The solar eclipse, Friday, drops you into a new circle of like-minded ultra-aware individuals.
Banewl, from 1999, is an amazing 63-minute contemplation of a solar eclipse, as watched among cows on the bluffs of Cornwall.Tacita Dean: One of Today’s 10 Most Important Artists | Blake Gopnik | June 5, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
According to my promise, I send you what I observed of the solar eclipse, though I fear it will not be of any great use to you.The Book of Curiosities | I. Platts
According to Whitmell the greatest possible duration of a total solar eclipse is 7m.A Text-Book of Astronomy | George C. Comstock
Through a mind such as his the Law could best view the criminal, just as a solar eclipse is best viewed through smoked glass.The Shadow | Arthur Stringer
When only twenty-one years old he observed the solar eclipse of 1878, and drew up an excellent report.
Sixty-four times 18 make 1152, so that the duration of a solar eclipse Great Cycle may be taken at about 1150 years.The Story of Eclipses | George Chambers
Scientific definitions for solar eclipse
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