Globular [adjective]

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Diederik Kruijssen, an astronomer at Heidelberg University in Germany, used galaxy simulations to train a neural network to scrutinize globular clusters.

Named RBC EXT8, this globular cluster is also surprisingly massive, challenging theories for how such clusters and some galaxies form, astronomers report online October 15 in Science.

These globular masses usually contain many tubercle bacilli.

The fact that the earth was globular in form was understood by the Greek men of science.

To pass at once from a very simple to a very complex example: I affirm that the earth is globular.

I dont believe he is a man at all, but just a globular mass of conceit and unpublished matter, swathed in a college gown.

There is a rotund, porpoise-shaped globular gentleman known of these parts as 'Bim the Button Man.'

Pileus: At first globular, its edge connected to stem by the veil; then round convex, at length becoming possibly almost flat.

At first globular, then convex with flat top, at length expanded and hollowed towards centre.

The top is open, and the interior keeps constantly working, and heaving up mud in globular forms, like the Bludugs.