midspace

midspace

(ˌmɪdˈspeɪs)
n
an area between two celestial objects
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Apparently, community members are receptive to this dual function and appear to welcome the opportunity to carry on their religion-oriented lives in a custom-made midspace tailored to their spiritual and social interests and needs.
I proclaim this great cunning (maya) of the lordly, famed Varuna, who, standing in the midspace as if with a measuring rod, measured out earth with the sun.
defined the boundary between public and private space," to one where "space was continuous, the separation of the two realms perceptually minimal, and the building proper a midspace object occupying only a fraction of the property" (8).
The numerous symmetrical relations of groups, the accumulated symmetry with all its segmental partitioning de-form into a whole in those midspace dimensions of which I have already made mention in connection with the widening of the midpoints.
The massive internal segment and its corresponding minutely measured outer segment; or (in other words) the midspace dimension and the contour of the total proportion isolated from it, burst the inner symmetry, and the equivalence of parts experiences its first contrasting disturbance.
milks out" all beings, past, present, and future (bhutam bhavisyad bhuvana duhanah); and supports, measures out, and pervades "the three paths" (earth, midspace, and heaven) (vv.
The first line refers to the wind in the midspace, and also to the rapacious vratyas as they desist from their raids at the start of the monsoon.
There existed neither the midspace nor the heaven beyond.