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planet

planet

/ˈpɫænət/
noun
a huge round object that moves in an orbit, around the Sun or any other star
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Hydroponics is one strategy to help provide food to the billions of people on our planet.

Urban living may be the best way to save the planet.

Every group of hearing people on the planet.

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globe

globe

/ˈɡɫoʊb/
noun
the world; the planet that we live on
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Most miners arrived in the 1960s and 1970s, immigrating to Australia and Coober Pedy from around the globe.

This rural-to-urban migration can now be seen in scores of cities around the globe.

Ahead of the last World Cup in 2018, Pakistan exported over 37 million footballs across the globe.

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America

America

/ɐmˈɛɹɪkə/
noun
any of the continents between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, located in North, Central, and South America
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You are now in the running to becoming america's next top model.

"it's america's national pastime.

there's a whole bunch of easter eggs obviously they reference avengers end game iron man captain america

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Antarctic

Antarctic

/æntˈɑːɹktɪk/
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the extremely cold region surrounding the South Pole
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Almost immediately, things went so far south as to be veritably Antarctic.

Submarine crews and antarctic explorers can end up with weakened immune systems, too.

Lest you think frogs have perfected becoming a popsicle, let me introduce you to Antarctic nematode worms.

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Antarctica

Antarctica

/æntˈɑːɹktɪkə/
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the most southern continent where the South Pole is situated

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Arctic

Arctic

/ˈɑːɹktɪk/
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the frozen regions surrounding the North Pole
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That's just the arctic, I guess.

Just being in the arctic with how cold it is.

Yeah the AO, the arctic oscillation, is now forecast to say strongly positive.

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Australasia

Australasia

/ˌɔːstɹɐlˈeɪʒə/
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the region including Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and some islands in the South-West Pacific

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climate

climate

/ˈkɫaɪmət/, /ˈkɫaɪmɪt/
noun
the typical weather conditions of a particular region
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Artificial lighting and climate systems inside greenhouses would allow food plants to grow throughout the year.

The temperature and the climate has completely changed in Kashmir.

So, how do you tackle these short-term climate pollutants?

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colony

colony

/ˈkɑɫəni/
noun
any territory under the full or partial control of another more powerful nation, often occupied by settlers from that nation
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It only takes a crew of five to maintain this colony of millions.

Bezos envisions humans living on space colonies, an idea originally conceived by Princeton University physicist Gerard K. O'Neill in the 1970s.

You can select the different colonies on these petri dishes and grow and grow and grow them further.

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continent

continent

/ˈkɑntənənt/
noun
any of the large land masses of the Earth surrounded by sea such as Europe, Africa or Asia
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Merchants from all over the continent met to trade their goods, but there was one problem: too many currencies in circulation.

I grew up in two southern states and one country in a completely different continent that was very oppressive.

At the same time, companies need qualified workers to fill positions on the continent.

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Dominion

Dominion

/dəmˈɪniən/
noun
any of the nations of the British Commonwealth or empire that had their own government
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Since I have been in the Queen's dominions I have been well contented,

Justinian I wasn’t the first Roman emperor to see his dominion ruined by disease.

This forced displacement effectively ended the conflict and absorbed Saxony into Charlesdominions.

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Far East

Far East

/fˈɑːɹ ˈiːst/
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the countries located in eastern and southeastern Asia such as China, Japan, South Korea, etc.
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His story starts on the day when he was flying to a base somewhere in the far east.

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empire

empire

/ˈɛmpaɪɝ/
noun
the states or countries that are ruled by a single government or monarch, under a single authority
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Hefner tried to revive his empire with a venture into reality TV.

But in an age of cheap internet boutiques and fast-fashion empires, this might not be enough.

You heard of Donald Trump and you thought real estate empire, self-made man.

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hemisphere

hemisphere

/ˈhɛmɪsˌfɪɹ/
noun
one half of the earth divided by the equator
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The centerpiece of the watch is a hemisphere representing the Earth as seen from above the North Pole.

So the centerpiece is this revolving hand-painted depiction of the upper hemisphere, the northern hemisphere of the Earth.

The left hemisphere controls the right side of our bodies, and vice versa.

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Latin America

Latin America

/lˈætɪn ɐmˈɛɹɪkə/
noun
the parts of the Americas including Mexico, Central and South America that the main languages are Spanish and Portuguese

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Low Countries

Low Countries

/lˈoʊ kˈʌntɹɪz/
noun
the coastal region in Northwestern Europe consisting of the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg

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Mediterranean

Mediterranean

/mˌɛdɪɾɪɹˈeɪniən/
noun
the sea that is to the south of Europe, north of the North Africa and west of the Western Asia or the countries surrounding it

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Middle East

Middle East

/mˈɪdəl ˈiːst/
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the region including countries such as Egypt, Iran, Turkey, etc. that has Mediterranean Sea to its west and India to its east
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But if the cultural argument is valid then surely it also applies to India and the middle east.

We are not going to do it by sending thousand hundreds of thousands of troops to occupy the middle east.

On his channel, zAmericanEnglish, he's making learning English fun for the first time in the middle east.

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New World

New World

/nˈuː wˈɜːld/
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a term used to refer to the Central, North and South America, in the past
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I was just like, I was on a whole new world.

Like, it's a whole new world. '

and we’re U.S. cartographers working on a new world map.

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North Pole

North Pole

/nˈɔːɹθ pˈoʊl/
noun
the northernmost point of the Earth's axis
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So, did these hadrosaurs actually overwinter in a place so close to the north pole?

This is the north pole and this is the south pole.

And this would be the north pole of the pointer and this would be the south pole of the pointer.

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Occident

Occident

/ˈɑːksɪdənt/
noun
the western countries in Europe and America

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Orient

Orient

/ˈoːɹiənt/
noun
regions or countries located in the eastern part of the world, especially Asian countries
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So, this is going to be like really project-oriented, I guess.

It's also motorized, allowing the dish to automatically orient itself to stay aligned with the satellites overhead.

Their positioning, at least in the US market, was really to go after the value oriented buyer.

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Old World

Old World

/ˈoʊld wˈɜːld/
noun
parts of the world that were known before the discovery of America, including Europe, Asia and Africa
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I mean in the old world the theory was that all swans were white.

And we talk about old world slavery and new world slavery.

Old world design, and cutting edge tech.

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pole

pole

/ˈpoʊɫ/
noun
the most northern or most southern points of the earth that are joined by its axis of rotation
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Mark: Your friend's ski poles are in the way.

But I can't move, up here on this pole . . .

Carefully, Dorothy took the Scarecrow off his pole. '

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subcontinent

subcontinent

/səbˈkɑntɪnənt/
noun
a vast region that forms part of a continent, especially the part of Asia that includes India, Pakistan and Bangladesh
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He wanted to advance even deeper into the Indian subcontinent.

The sangha traveled through the subcontinent, expounding the dharma.

And as you can see, it's centrally located in the subcontinent of India.

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subtropics

subtropics

/sʌbtɹˈɑːpɪks/
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the regions of earth near the two tropics

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zone

zone

/ˈzoʊn/
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a part on the surface of the Earth marked by specific coordinates
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The center of the first zone was in Greenwich, England.

And by using this huge crane, we take these big blocks at our secondary cutting zone.

He's got camera views of the combustion zone.

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Anglo-Saxon

Anglo-Saxon

/ˈæŋɡloʊsˈæksən/
adjective
of or relating to the Anglo-Saxons or their language

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continental

continental

/ˌkɑntəˈnɛnəɫ/, /ˌkɑntəˈnɛntəɫ/
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from or relating to the continent of Europe, except the British Isles
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Fourteen point six million properties in the continental U.S. are at a substantial risk of flooding in 2020.

It was made of continental crust that would eventually become parts of North America and Africa.

Morale among continental soldiers was often pretty low.

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cosmopolitan

cosmopolitan

/ˌkɑzməˈpɑɫətən/
adjective
having a worldwide scope rather than a local or limited one
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Mykonos is known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and vivid nightlife.

He chose the more cosmopolitan Pfeiffer and walked out on his wife and son.

It is a supercool cosmopolitan city and the place I call home.

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Mother Earth

Mother Earth

/mˈʌðɚɹ ˈɜːθ/
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the Earth as source of all life
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It's one way to respect the Pachamamma, the mother earth. -

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Atlantic Rim

Atlantic Rim

/ɐtlˈæntɪk ɹˈɪm/
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the countries next to the Atlantic Ocean, especially on the north side

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developing country

developing country

/dɪvˈɛləpɪŋ kˈʌntɹi/
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a country that is seeking industrial development and is moving away from an economic system that is based mainly on agriculture

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anglophone

anglophone

/ˈænɡɫəˌfoʊn/
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English-speaking, especially in a country in which more than one language is spoken
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Mandeville's dark thesis went on to convince almost all great Anglophone economists and political thinkers of the 18th century.

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coast to coast

coast to coast

/kˈoʊst tə kˈoʊst/
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going or airing through an entire continent or country
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They battled all year from coast to coast They're set to settle it here in Vegas.

He gets coast to coast coverage of his speeches.

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