# Spherics

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## Music

"**Spherics**" is a *musical album* of Michel Banabila.

- released in (14 years ago)

## Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Spherics

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### A Practical Introduction to Spherics and Nautical Astronomy (1822)

Being an Attempt to Simplify Those Useful Sciences; Comprising New Projections and Calculations for Finding the Latitude and Longitude, Also an Appendix on Time, Time-keepers, and Transit Instruments by Patrick Kelly

* Spherics is that part of the mathematics which teaches to measure the arcs of
circles described upon the surface of a sphere*. In this science, it is indifferent
whether the sphere upon which circles are described, be great or small, real or
imaginary; it is sufficient to suppose a surface perfectly spherical. 3. The circles of
the sphere are distinguished into Great Circles and Small Circles. - 4. A Great
Circle divides the surface of the sphere into two equal parts, as the equator
divides the globe ...

### Mathematical and Astronomical Tables (1827)

For the Use of Students of Mathematics, Practical Astronomers, Surveyors, Engineers, and Navigators; with an Introduction, Containing the Explanation and Use of the Tables, Illustrated by Numerous Problems and Examples by William Galbraith

Dr Kelly's * Spherics is a very good treatise for teaching the practice of* ...

### Encyclopedia of Classical Philosophy (2013)

by Donald J. Zeyl

Theodosius' treatise—indeed, one might say the entire ancient discipline of "
**spherics**"—inhabits a sort of twilight zone between formal geometry and
astronomy. While the field has obvious bearing forastronomy (cf.theastronomical
terminology of *Euclid'sPhaenomena), workslikeTheodosius' seem to
camouflage this link.On the other hand, whatis actually required for astronomy—
the equivalent of identitiesfor solving spherical triangles andthe
trigonometricalapparatus to compute ...

### A new, complete, and universal English dictionary [by J. Marchant and - Gordon]. To which is prefixed, a new compendious grammar of the English language, by D. Bellamy (1764)

by John Marchant (gent.), Daniel Bellamy, Gordon

Sphere, **spherics**, sphincter, sphinx, Use. Spl
Splay, spleen, splice, split, splinter, Use. Spr Sprain sprat, spread, spring, sprout,
spruce, Use.

### A New and general biographical dictionary (1784)

The first volume includes the first six books of
Euclid, with the eleventh and twelfth ; an arithmetical tract ; Theodosius's **spherics**
; trigonometry ; practical geometry ; mechanics ; statics ; univerfal geography ; a
discourse upon the loadstone ; civil architecture, and the carpenters art. The
second volume ...

### A New Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary (1814)

Comprising an Explanation of Terms and Principles of Pure and Mixed Mathematics, and Such Branches of Natural Philosophy as are Susceptible of Mathematical Investigation. With Historical Sketches of the Rise, Progress and Present State of the Several Departments of These Sciences, and an Account of the Discoveries and Writings of the Most Celebrated Authors, Both Ancient and Modern by Peter Barlow

**spherics** Era. Manilius, Rom. poet. and astron.
Jamblicus, Syria, philosophy Nicomachus, Gr. mathematics. Frontinus (Sertus)
Rom. Engin. ProLowy, Claud, Egypt, almagest Hypsicles, Gr. mathematician
Diophantus, Gr. Diophan. analys.

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## Scrabble value of S_{1}P_{3}H_{4}E_{1}R_{1}I_{1}C_{3}S_{1}

The value of this 8-letter word is 15 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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