A spherical representation of the earth or of the constellations with a map on the surface
A spherical or rounded object
orange trees clipped into giant globes
A glass sphere protecting a light
A drinking glass shaped approximately like a sphere
a brandy globe
A golden orb as an emblem of sovereignty
Earth: the 3rd planet from the sun; the planet we live on; "the Earth moves around the sun"; "he sailed around the world"
ball: an object with a spherical shape; "a ball of fire"
a sphere on which a map (especially of the earth) is represented
A globe is a three-dimensional scale model of Earth (terrestrial globe) or other spheroid celestial body such as a planet, star, or moon. ...
Globe (styled as globe) is the first studio album released from Globe on March 31, 1996. The album sold over four million copies, becoming the best-selling album of Japan in Oricon charts history at that time.
Globe (styled globe) is a dance-oriented Japanese pop band, formed in 1995 by producer and songwriter Tetsuya Komuro. Originally consisting of Komuro, Keiko Yamada and Marc Panther, the group's singles consistently hit the charts. ...
The Globe (Hammond Carter) is a fictional DC Comics supervillain and enemy of Batman created by Paul Dini and Dustin Nguyen.
The globe of the eye, or bulbus oculi, is the eyeball apart from its appendages . A hollow structure, the bulbus oculi is composed of a wall enclosing a cavity filled with fluid with three coats: the Sclera, Choroid, and the Retina. Normally, the bulbus oculi is bulb-like structure. ...
The Global Learning Opportunities in Business Education (GLOBE) program is an undergraduate business education program that sends 45 select students to study at Copenhagen Business School (CBS) in Copenhagen, Denmark, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in Hong Kong, and the University of ...
Any spherical object; The planet Earth; A spherical model of Earth or any planet; To become spherical
(Globes (aka Balls or Ornaments)) decorative round ornaments with top and bottom holes that allow them to be slid over a vertical installation rod. Globes are usually made of copper or glass and appear above and below the Directionals. ...
(Globes) (O.F. n. plur.) globes, cylinders
A map of the earth drawn on a sphere so that both its distances and angles are accurate.
The most accurate map of the Earth, duplicating its spherical shape and relative size.
A round shaped tomato.
n. small spherical model of the earth showing the continents and usu also countries, rivers, cities, etc
To look at intently. ‘Don’t globe me out, bru*, or I’ll moer* you’.
The external protective glass piece used in lanterns, gas lighting and early kerosene lamps, that protected the mantles from damage, shielded the glare of the light, and added (in lanterns) some draft control. The globe also functions as a wind screen, to keep drafts, etc. ...
Theatre, famous theater in London where many of William Shakespeare’s best-known plays were first performed.
a three-dimensional spherical model of the earth and its surface
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A valve configured with its outlet oriented 180 degrees from its inlet but having flow path with directional changes and a gasketed disk moving perpendicular to the flow path to open or close the valve.
The glass form that enclosed the combustion chamber of the lantern. Different glass manufacturers made globes for railroad lanterns, among them Corning, Kopp, Macbeth (later Macbeth Evans) and others.There are a large variety of subtle shapes as well, which are covered in most reference books. ...
The generally a milky white glass balloon like covering of a bulb inside some lampshades, producing a formal effect and softening the light.
A transparent or diffusing material ball-shaped to form a lamp, intended to diffuse and redirect the light or to change the color of the light.