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The precession continues with a staircase ascending to an open central space on the second floor that happily accommodates all the public functions of a vacation house, while reconciling grand scale with memorable intimacy.
Several years later, a radiophysicist named Paris Herouni performed a series of amateur studies branching off from Parsamian’s, using telescopic methods and the precession laws of Earth.
NOLA 4X4 club, a local Jeep community Charles Kelley belonged to, is planning a precession in their Jeeps to her brother's memorial service, planned for later this month, Gelardo said.
The number of Mississippians who report being employed could top the precession high when April data is released Friday.
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Origin and Etymology of precession
First Known Use: 1879See Words from the same year
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