black dwarf


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black dwarf

n.
The remains of a white dwarf star after it has expended all of its energy and is no longer emitting detectable radiation.

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n.
See under white dwarf.

black dwarf

The celestial object that remains after a white dwarf has used up all of its energy and no longer gives off detectable radiation. See Note at dwarf star.
Translations
Schwarzer Zwerg
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I can see them now, sweeping over the lawns at Melbury House, in their flounces and furbelows, so calm and stately and imperial (and the monkey and the little black dwarf following behind), as if nothing mattered in the world but to be beautiful and kind.
Thanos' cosmic henchmen, The Black Order, have also been confirmed for the new film as four statues were unveiled on the convention floor showing Black Order members Corvus Glaive, Proxima Midnight, Ebony Maw, and Cull Obsidian (known as Black Dwarf in the comics).
Steffen Bruendel examines two publications in Britain, The Black Dwarf and The Red Mole, and their circulation between 1968 and 1973.
This process takes such an incredibly long time that our universe isn't yet old enough to contain any black dwarf stars.
When a white dwarf cools down, it becomes a black dwarf, a dense, cold object in the sky that astronomers have never seen.
Once again they help to lead the Narnians on a remarkable journey to restore magic and glory to the land, with the help of valiant dwarf Trumpkin (Peter Dinklage), swashbuckling mouse Reepicheep and mistrustful Black Dwarf Nearby (Warwick Davies) and of course the great lion, Aslan.
With the help of valiant dwarf Trumpkin (Peter Dinklage), swashbuckling mouse Reepicheep and mistrustful Black Dwarf Nikabrik (Warwick Davis), they lead the Narnians on a remarkable journey to restore magic and glory to the land.
Locals in the Nueva Roma neighbourhood in Casilda reported seeing a hairy black dwarf in the Candelaria canal.
Soke, a hard-drinking, meanspirited man who teams up with a black dwarf.
Jones recalls how the episode was satirized in the pages of The Black Dwarf, a radical weekly in which the projectile was transformed into a treasonable potato and reported to be standing trial alongside seditious gingerbread men and insurrectionary Punch puppets.
Would they have gone public via the Internet if Black Dwarf had come out today?
Here is her description of the way she left the editorial board of Black Dwarf, a radical socialist newspaper, in 1969: