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Word: horoscope

Definition: diagram of the positions of stars at a given moment (eg. of a person's birth) used by astrologers


Sentences Containing 'horoscope'

In present-day astrology, the name Lilith is usually given to a point on the horoscope that represents the direction of the actual moon's apogee, unrelated to the hypothetical second moon.
It was 108 inches high from the ground and buried 79 inches deep, which makes this pillar total height to 187 inches with 29 inches diameter and contained horoscope for Bangkok City inside.
So, The King ordered to excavate the old and build the new pillar replacement and placed a new horoscope for the city.

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