Definition of Planetaries

1. planetary [n] - See also: planetary



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planetaries

planes
planes of reference
planesful
planeside
planesides
planespotter
planespotters
planespotting
planest
planet gear
planet wheel
planetal
planetaria
planetarian
planetaries (current term)
planetarily
planetarium
planetariums
planetary
planetary body
planetary gear
planetary gear train
planetary house
planetary nebula
planetary nebulae
planetary nebulas
planetary object
planetary ring
planetary rings

Literary usage of Planetaries

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ghost Land; Or, Researches Into the Mysteries of Occultism: Illustrated in a by William Britten, Emma Hardinge Britten (1897)
"INVOCATIONS—ELEMENTARIES—planetaries—MIRRORS AND CRYSTALS KOBOLDS—FARIES SPIRITUALISM AS FOUND IN SCOTCH HIGHLANDS. No page of retrospect in my fateful ..."

2. The Gasoline Automobile: Its Design and Construction by Peter Martin Heldt (1918)
"Both the driving pinion and the planetaries may have either an even or an odd ... THREE planetaries. If a is divisible by 3, 6 must also be divisible by 3. ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1917)
"Out of approximately fifteen thousand nebulae thus far discovered, fewer than 150 are planetaries. They exist in a variety of ..."

4. The Adolfo Stahl Lectures in Astronomy: Delivered in San Francisco by Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1919)
"Though the second class of nebulae, the planetaries, is so small a one, ... In the first place, the planetaries are comparatively rare objects; ..."

5. The Horseless Age (1904)
"... pinion B meshes with planetaries D, which are also in mesh with gear teeth in the low-speed internal E, and pinion C is in mesh with planetaries F, ..."

6. Ghost Land; Or, Researches Into the Mysteries of Occultism: Illustrated in a by William Britten, Emma Hardinge Britten (1897)
"INVOCATIONS—ELEMENTARIES—planetaries—MIRRORS AND CRYSTALS KOBOLDS—FARIES SPIRITUALISM AS FOUND IN SCOTCH HIGHLANDS. No page of retrospect in my fateful ..."

7. The Gasoline Automobile: Its Design and Construction by Peter Martin Heldt (1918)
"Both the driving pinion and the planetaries may have either an even or an odd ... THREE planetaries. If a is divisible by 3, 6 must also be divisible by 3. ..."

8. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1917)
"Out of approximately fifteen thousand nebulae thus far discovered, fewer than 150 are planetaries. They exist in a variety of ..."

9. The Adolfo Stahl Lectures in Astronomy: Delivered in San Francisco by Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1919)
"Though the second class of nebulae, the planetaries, is so small a one, ... In the first place, the planetaries are comparatively rare objects; ..."

10. The Horseless Age (1904)
"... pinion B meshes with planetaries D, which are also in mesh with gear teeth in the low-speed internal E, and pinion C is in mesh with planetaries F, ..."

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