This center, formed of indefinite molecules, began to revolve around
its own axis during its gradual condensation; then, following the immutable laws of mechanics, in proportion as its bulk diminished by condensation, its rotary motion became accelerated, and these two effects continuing, the result was the formation of one principal star, the center of the nebulous mass.
Some conjecture even that all these suns, with their several systems, our own included, revolve around
a common centre that is invisible to us, but which is the actual throne of God; the comets that we note and measure being heavenly messengers, as it might be, constantly passing from one of these families of worlds to another.
The world does not revolve around
you' is the single most important lesson my mother taught me.
The film seems to revolve around
his hunt for Game of Thrones star and fellow muscular edifice Jason Momoa, who killed his friend, before engaging in what looks like a spectacular axe fight.
The network has ordered two pilots that revolve around
female spies--one, Asset follows a woman who lives a double life (her ordinary life is that of a photojournalist) and the other, as yet untitled, revolves around a teenage spy.
The events revolve around
a crime that occurred at one of the midnight parties and suspicion revolves around everyone.
2 : to move or revolve around
<Satellites circle the earth.
The stories revolve around
four different women who are looking for escape through travel, death, adventure and sexuality regardless of popular opinion.
A tug from the Sun's gravity causes the current eight planets to revolve around
the fiery body along distinct paths.
Autism is defined as a developmental disorders which appears in the first three years of life and affects social and communication skills on different levels, and discussions often revolve around
levels of impairment and treatment.
If you like the word around, use circle around or revolve around
The 1/4 DIN ETR-4300 and 1/8 DIN ETR-8300 revolve around
an 18 bit A/D converter for high-resolution measurement.