Synonyms for luminary or Related words with luminary
Examples of "luminary"
Ancient astrologers divided all astrological factors into day and night groups: essential dignities, Arabian Parts (or "Lots") and all planetary characteristics. Even each of the Starry planets themselves "belonged" to one
or the other. The
"in charge" of any given chart was called the
of sect. (See sect.)
He was honoured by Indesign Magazine as a
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In 2011 Mark hosted the first annual NATPE Digital
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In 2010, Parr was named a "Technology Industry Trendsetter,
& Chronicler" by the Public Relations Society of America.
In 2013, Margulis received the Leadership
Award from the Radiology Leadership Institute of the American College of Radiology.
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On July 23, 2013, Misery Signals released "Absent Light", with the first single "
" being released twenty days earlier.
Tolentino engaged in the practice of law after passing the bar in 1934, and was a recognized legal
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and Rising Star awards.
The Sun was also the "sect" ruler—or the "
of sect" for all charts of events and individuals born in the daytime, when the Sun was over the horizon; and the Moon was the "sect" ruler or "
of sect" for night charts, when the Sun was below the horizon.
The Sun is the
of sect in a day chart (where the Sun is above the horizon) and the Moon is the
of sect in a night chart (when the Sun is below the horizon.) This distinction was crucial in determining the location of the astrological Lots--especially in Hellenistic astrology.
Park's newspaper was raided by a pro-slavery mob on April 14, 1855, and the printing press was thrown in the Missouri River. Park was in Polistra at the time closing a deal to turn over the town into a newly named Boston, Kansas to be run members by members of abolitionist New England Emigrant Aid Company (who in turn would rename it Manhattan). The "Parkville
," a newspaper based on the original "
", began publishing again in 2004. The newspaper's first issue contained unpublished letters from Park's last issue and frequently reprints Park's own editorials from the original "
In September 2015, Meyers was honored with a
Award by the Pasadena Symphony for her long-standing support of the Pasadena Symphony.
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On May 17, 2010 he was presented with the very first
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In its history, Atlanta has had many other daily and weekly newspapers, starting with its first weekly, "The
" (1846), and its first daily, the "Daily Intelligencer" (1849).
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