In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- If you insist on telling time by the moon, full moons just don't fit properly into a year.
- The green leaves of the giant oak that they always gathered around hid the moon, a full moon tonight.
- Contrasting full moons seen near perigee and apogee indicate how much the apparent size of the Moon varies each month.
- The stars shone from above and a full moon illuminated the realm of the night.
- A lunar eclipse occurs at full moon when the Moon crosses the ecliptic in opposition to the Sun.
- The object was about the size of two full moons when the moon is high in the sky.
- ‘Blue moon’ is, of course, a phrase people use to indicate something that doesn't happen very often, but I found out a blue moon is when two full moons happen in one month.
- Seasonal variation in the moon's path through the night sky changes the variance in ambient moonlight between proximate new moons and full moons.
- I also at a very young age fell in love with the moon in all its phases, though the full moon always drew me out.
- The members organise turtle walks everyday and during full moon and new moon days, intensify the patrols.
- I think it's a dignified and fitting way to mark the tragic event, and I hope there will be clear skies so the full moon can shine down upon them.
- The sun had set now and only the light of the full moon illuminated her face.
- The cool evening breeze played with her hair, and the full moon illuminated her face.
- I was very excited for the full moon / lunar eclipse on Saturday night.
- The full moon illuminated her face in an indescribable way, and it almost astounded Jin.
- Han people watch the full moon and eat moon cakes, which are a symbol of family unity.
- The second of these full moons started to be referenced as being a ‘blue moon’ only during the past few decades.
- The full moon illuminated the black car parked in the driveway across the street and down a little.
- Evline managed to find a hole in the trees and saw that the moon was either a full moon, or very close to one.
- Hinduism encourages fasting on the eleventh day after a new moon, after the full moon, and every Monday in November.
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