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Word: astral

Definition: relating to the stars


Sentences Containing 'astral'

Alobar and Kudra, successful in their immortality, travel about Europe until the 17th century, when they attempt a sort of new transcendental meditation and become separated into different astral planes.
Astral. There was one very unusual prototype, the Studebaker-Packard Astral, made in 1957 and first unveiled at the South Bend Art Centre on January 12, 1958 and then at the March 1958 Geneva Motor Show.
He appointed the souls to the astral region, which is just above the physical region.
He burns, too, the purest of oil, in its unmanufactured, and, therefore, unvitiated state; a fluid unknown to solar, lunar, or astral contrivances ashore.
In Expreso Astral, the 1997 Mexican production of Starlight Express, Ashley was renamed Bacha.
In the time before the Dawn War, Ioun's dominon in the Astral Sea was a vast lagoon, surrounded by beaches of white sand, used by Ioun as a scrying pool.
She can communicate telepathically with dead spirits either using their physical remains or on the astral plane and communicate with the cells, bacteria, and disintegrating tissue of corpses, temporarily resurrect the recently deceased as zombies or ghosts, and briefly summon images of deceased people from the minds of others.
The Astral was designed by Edward E Herrmann, Studebaker-Packards director of interior design, as a project to give his team experience in working with glass reinforced plastic.
The IRS (Inquisition for Revenue Securement) and NASA (National Astral Spellcraft Administration) also become involved.
Van Morrison's "Astral Weeks", to me, is the best-sounding album because it sounds like there were only six hours in the universe for that album to be recorded in.
Writer James Montgomery went on to add that "'Far Away' and 'Pilgrim' are moody, fog-machine ruminations on astral planes and mythic realms, floating on pealing organ lines and stony synths".

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