|solar and lunar eclipse cycle||saros|
|(Biology) produce chemical compounds using solar energy (esp. in plants), to produce carbohydrates by photosynthesis||photosynthesize|
|(Hinduism and Jainism) being set free from the cycle of reincarnation; transcendental state arrived at by being set free from this cycle, release from rebirth||moksha|
|(symbol) lambda, broadcasting wavelength, length of a wave (Physics, Electronics), length of wave cycle||wavelength|
|12 lunar months||lunar year|
|7th planet from Sun, Greek god, seventh planet of solar system (discovered in 1781 by W. Herschel); ruler of the heavens, father of the Titans (Greek Mythology)||Uranus|
|8th planet from sun in solar system (Astronomy); god of the sea (Roman Mythology), eighth planet, Poseidon, Roman god of sea (Greek equivalent)||Neptune|
|a large irregularly-shaped lunar lowland plain, approximately 650 x 900 km/405 x 560 mi, where Apollo 11 made the first manned lunar landing in 1969||Mare Tranquillitatis|
|a long narrow lunar lowland region near to the North Pole. It is just visible as a dark area north of Mare Imbrium and Mare Serentitatis.||Mare Frigoris|
|a lunar lowland region of irregular shape. It is visible with the unaided eye as a dark area southeast of Mare Tranquillitatis.||Mare Fecunditatis|
|a round lunar lowland region on the side of the Moon that is furthest from the Earth||Mare Orientale|
|a rounded lunar lowland plain, approximately 400 km/250 mi across. It is visible with the unaided eye as a dark area south of Mare Tranquillitatis.||Mare Nectaris|
|abnormal, involving abnormal form, of different size or shape, taking different forms during life cycle||heteromorphic; heteromorphous|
|act of chasing after something, act of striving for something, chase, hunt; quest, search; occupation, pastime, cycle race with object of overtaking, hobby||pursuit|
|act of dismounting, get off animal, get off cycle, alight from (a horse, vehicle, etc.); bring or take down, remove from frame, throw somebody off||dismount|
|act of hiding, obscuration, act of hiding from view; eclipse, obscuration of one celestial body by another closer celestial body (Astronomy); hiddenness, concealment; act of disappearing from view, temporary disappearance of celestial body||occultation|
|act of something which oscillates; regular pendulation between two positions; vacillation between two opinions; fluctuation between high and low values; wavering between two extremes, motion between extremes, one cycle of variation, predictable variation||oscillation|
|activist group, basic unit of living thing, dependent religious house, loculus, smallest unit of life, range of mobile phone transmitter, room for holding prisoner, small enclosed structure, small room, solar cell, something that produces electricity, ...||cell|
|age, era; season; lesson; length of time, division of game, full stop, identifiable time, interval between equal values, interval of time, menstrual period, menstrual cycle, menstruation time, musical passage, punctuation mark, punctuation mark resembl...||period|
|ancient Egyptian calendar cycle||Sothic cycle|
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