|alue englanniksi||Mediterranean, sphere, area, compass, tract, neighborhood, realm, region, court, reach, extent, district, zone, territory, field, domain|
*: Of celestial bodies, first the sun, / A mighty sphere, he framed.
*: So your orientation changes a little bit but it sinks in that the world is a sphere, and youre going around it, sometimes under it, sideways, or over it.
*: Though cold and darkness longer hang somewhere, / Yet Phoebus equally lights all the Sphere.
*: It is more simplicitie to teach our children...[t]he knowledge of the starres, and the motion of the eighth spheare, before their owne.
*: They understood not the motion of the eighth sphear from West to East, and so conceived the longitude of the Stars invariable.
*: They thought – originally on grounds derived from religion – that each thing or person had its or his proper sphere, to overstep which is ‘unjust’.
*: The glorious planet Sol / In noble eminence enthroned and sphered / Amidst the other.
: rfquotek|TennysonWebster 1913
: ux|en|The photo is a little dark in that area.
: ux|en|The plans are a bit vague in that area.
: rfquotek|Charles Dickens
*: He that first discovered the use of the compass did more for the supplying and increase of useful commodities than those who built workhouses.
*: to fix one foot of their compass wherever they please
*: You would sound me from my lowest note to the top of my compass.
*: In going up the Missisippi [sic], we meet with nothing remarkable before we come to the Detour aux Anglois, the English Reach: in that part the river takes a large compass.
*: Their wisdom ... lies in a very narrow compass.
*: Clara thought she had never seen him look so small and mean. He was as if trying to get himself into the smallest possible compass.
: within the compass of an encircling wall
*: In two hundred years before (I speak within compass), no such commission had been executed.
*: the compass of his argument
*: There is a truth and falsehood in all propositions on this subject, and a truth and falsehood, which lie not beyond the compass of human understanding.
*: How very commonly we hear it remarked that such and such thoughts are beyond the compass of words! I do not believe that any thought, properly so called, is out of the reach of language.
*: They fetched a compass of seven days journey.
*: This day I breathed first; time is come round, / And where I did begin, there shall I end; / My life is run his compass.
*: Now all the blessings
*: Of a glad father compass thee about!
*: Jack was called plucky, and he was, but it took all the strength of will that the slim, resolute engineer possessed, to hold him to his purpose, when he faced about and surveyed the unimpassive faces which compassed him.
*: [...] they never find ways sufficient to compass that end.
*: [...] to settle the end of our action or disputation; and then to take fit and effectual means to compass that end.
*: [...] and was an artful flatterer, when that was necessary to compass his end, in which generally he was successful.
*: The immediate problem is how to compass that end: by the seizure of territory or by the cultivation of the goodwill of the people whose business she seeks.
*: That he plotted and compassed to raise Sedition and Rebellion [...]
*: But it went beyond it by the loose construction of compassing to depose the King, [...]
*: The Bavarian felt a mad wave of desire for her sweep over him. What scheme wouldnt he compass to mould that girl to his wishes.
*: Near the same plot of ground, for about six yards compasse were digged up coals and incinerated substances, ...
: an unexplored tract of sea
*: the deep tract of hell
*: a very high mountain joined to the mainland by a narrow tract of earth
*: The church clergy at that writ the best collection of tracts against popery that ever appeared.
*: improved by tract of time
*: Nay, in another case of litigation, the unjust Standard bearer, for his own profit, asserting that the cause belonged not to St. Edmund’s Court, but to his in [[:w:Leyland (hundred)|Lailand Hundred]], involved us in travellings and innumerable expenses, vexing the servants of St. Edmund for a long tract of time ...
: the tract of speech
*: The discovery of a mans self by the tracts of his countenance is a great weakness.
*: Efface all tract of its traduction.
*: But flies an eagle flight, bold, and forth on, / Leaving no tract behind.
*: Where may that treachour then (said he) be found, / Or by what meanes may I his footing tract?
: rfquotek|Ben Jonson[[Category:English syncopic forms]]----
: Our neighborhood was our only reason to exchange hollow greetings.
*: Nor content with such / Audacious neighbourhood, the wisest heart / Of Solomon he led by fraud to build / His Temple right against the Temple of God.
*: Then the prison and the palace were in awful neighbourhood.
: He lives in my neighborhood.
: The fire alarmed the neighborhood.
: We have just moved to a pleasant neighborhood.
: He must be making in the neighborhood of $200,000 per year.
: The slums and the palace were in awful neighborhood.
*: Why should we despise anything in the realm of Buddha?
*: At home in Moscow, Mikhail Sergeyevitch Gorbachev, who had launched a campaign to rejuvenate the Soviet realm ...
*: One thing more which the scientific man does is to accord primacy to that realm of truth which is primary in importance.
*: And, of this island realm, he and his companion were the undisputed sovereigns.
*: Then seeing his life was threatened he fled the realm and crossed over to Flanders, ...
: the equatorial regions
: the temperate regions
: the polar regions
: the upper regions of the atmosphere
: the abdominal regions
: ux|en|The girls were playing in the court.
*: And round the cool green courts there ran a row / Of cloisters.
*: Goldsmith took a garret in a miserable court.
: ux|en|The noblemen visited the queen in her court.
*: This our court, infected with their manners, / Shows like a riotous inn.
: ux|en|The queen and her court traveled to the city to welcome back the soldiers.
*: My lord, there is a nobleman of the court at door would speak with you.
*: Love rules the court, the camp, the grove.
*: The princesses held their court within the fortress.
*: No solace could her paramour entreat / Her once to show, ne court, nor dalliance.
*: I went to make my court to the Duke and Duchess of Newcastle.
: ux|en|Many famous criminals have been put on trial in this court.
: ux|en|The court started proceedings at 11 oclock.
: ux|en|The court is now in session.
: ux|en|The local sports club has six tennis courts and two squash courts.
: ux|en|The shuttlecock landed outside the court.
: He was courting big new accounts that previous salesman had not attempted.
*: They might almost seem to have courted the crown of martyrdom.
*: Guilt and misery ... court privacy and solitude.
: He courted controversy with his frank speeches.
*: If either of you both love Katharina ... / Leave shall you have to court her at your pleasure.
: The bird was courting by making an elaborate dance.
*: By one person, hovever, Portland was still assiduously courted.
: Shes had a few beaus come courting.
: In this season, you can see many animals courting.
*: A well-worn pathway courted us / To one green wicket in a privet hedge.
: ux|en|He reached for a weapon that was on the table.
: ux|en|He reached for his shoe with his legs.
: ux|en|to reach one a book
: ux|en|to reach an object with the hand, or with a spear
: ux|en|“I cant quite reach the pepper, could you pass it to me?”
: ux|en|The gun was stored in a small box on a high closet shelf, but the boy managed to reach it by climbing on other boxes.
: ux|en|to reach an object with an arrow, a bullet, or a shell
: ux|en|his hand reaches the river
*: Thy desire ... leads to no excess / That reaches blame.
: ux|en|After three years, he reached the position of manager.
*: The best account of the appearances of nature which human penetration can reach, comes short of its reality.
*: Do what, sir? I reach you not.
: ux|en|Reach for your dreams.
*: The Thembu tribe reaches back for twenty generations to King Zwide.
: The fruit is beyond my reach.
: to be within reach of cannon shot
*: ... and we have learned not to fire at any of the dinosaurs unless we can keep out of their reach for at least two minutes after hitting them in the brain or spine, or five minutes after puncturing their hearts—it takes them so long to die.
*: Drawn by others who had deeper reaches than themselves to matters which they least intended.
*: Be sure yourself and your own reach to know.
*: And on the left hand, hell, / With long reach, interposed.
*: I am to pray you not to strain my speech / To grosser issues, nor to larger reach / Than to suspicion.
: To call George eloquent is certainly a reach.
*: The rivers wooded reach.
*: The coast ... is very full of creeks and reaches.
*: The Duke of Parma had particular reaches and ends of his own underhand to cross the design.
: The extent of his knowledge of the language is a few scattered words.
*: The surface of the Balaton and the surrounding marshes is not less than 24 German square miles, or 384 English square miles; its principal feeder is the Szala, but all the water it receives appears inconsiderable relatively to its superficial extent, and the quantity lost in evaporation.
: the Soho district of London
: the Lake District in Cumbria
: South Oxfordshire District Council
*: punishing with the rod of district severity
*: To avoid which, we will take any pains […]; we will dive to the bottom of the sea, to the bowels of the earth, five, six, seven, eight, nine hundred fathom deep, through all five zones, and both extremes of heat and cold […].
*: And while idle curiosity may take its walk in shady avenues by the ocean side, commerce...defies every wind, outrides every tempest, and invades every zone.
: There is a no-smoking zone that extends 25 feet outside of each entrance.
: The white zone is for loading and unloading only.
: a zone of evergreens on a mountain; the zone of animal or vegetable life in the ocean around an island or a continent
: That pitch was low and away, just outside of the zone.
: Players are off side, if they enter the attacking zone before the puck.
: I just got in the zone late in the game: everything was going in.
*: Her tapered fingers too with rings are graced, / And an embroidered zone surrounds her slender waist.
*: From the wai?t downwards, they wore a loo?e robe, girt with an embroidered zone or belt about the middle, with a large cla?p of gold, and a precious ?tone.
*: Love framd with Mirth a gay fantastic round, / Loose were her tresses seen, her zone unbound,
*: There was the Donna Julia, whom to call / Pretty were but to give a feeble notion / Of many charms in her as natural / As sweetness to the flower, or salt to ocean, / Her zone to Venus, or his bow to Cupid / (But this last simile is trite and stupid).
*: ...it was the prettiest thing to see her girding on the precious little zone, and yet obliged to have assistance because her fingers were in such terrible perplexity; […].
*: To find the surface of a spherical zone.
*: Rule.—Multiply the altitude of the zone by the circumference of a great circle of the sphere, and the product will be the surface (Book VIII. Prop. X. Sch. 1).
*: A zone of a sphere is the curved surface of a frustum....Determine, correct to 3 significant figures (a) the volume of the frustum of the sphere, (b) the radius of the sphere and (c) the area of the zone formed.
: Please zone off our staging area, a section for each group.
: This area was zoned for industrial use.
: I must have zoned while he was giving us the directions.
: Everyone just put their goddamn heads together and zoned. (Byron Coley, liner notes for the album "Piece for Jetsun Dolma" by Thurston Moore)
*: The matter of whether the world needs a fourth Ice Age movie pales beside the question of why there were three before it, but Continental Drift feels less like an extension of a theatrical franchise than an episode of a middling TV cartoon, lolling around on territory that’s already been settled.
: ux|en|There are several species of wild flowers growing in this field.
: ux|en|There were some cows grazing in a field.
: ux|en|A crop circle was made in a corn field.
*: fields which promise corn and wine
: ux|en|magnetic field; gravitational field
: ux|en|He was an expert in the field of Chinese history.
: ux|en|field of view
*: this glorious and well-foughten field
*: What though the field be lost?
: ux|en|soccer field
: ux|en|Substitutes are only allowed onto the field after their boots are checked.
: ux|en|The design needs to be field-tested before we commit to manufacture.
: ux|en|Field work traditionally distinguishes true archaeologists from armchair archaeologists.
: ux|en|He needs some time in the field before his judgment can be trusted.
: ux|en|The set of rational numbers, , is the prototypical field.
: ux|en|oil field; gold field
: ux|en|The form has fields for each element of the customers home address and ship-to address.
*: afforded a clear field for moral experiments
: ux|en|This racehorse is the strongest in a weak field.
: The blue team are fielding first, while the reds are batting.
: The away team fielded two new players and the second-choice goalkeeper.
: She will field questions immediately after her presentation.
: ux|en|They fielded a fearsome army.
: ux|en|He fielded the marketing survey about the upcoming product.
: The king ruled his domain harshly.
: Dealing with complaints isnt really my domain: get in touch with customer services.
: His domain is English history.
*: Every name in the DNS tree is a domain, even if it is terminal, that is, has no subdomains.
*: A characteristic of a field. A data domain specifies a data type and applies the minimum and maximum values allowed and other constraints.