superterranean

Related to superterranean: increasable

superterranean

(ˌsuːpətəˈreɪnɪən)
adj
situated, or living, on the earth's surface
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Cutin, a biopolyester composed of [omega]-hydroxy, epoxy, and dicarboxylic acids, is the barrier between the aerial parts of higher plants and their superterranean environments.
It includes sections copied from the diary Holberg kept during his prolonged stay in Oxford from 1706 to 1708, while Potu's three academies have often been interpreted as Oxford, Cambridge and London; the failure of the Superterranean Company to tunnel through to the surface of the Earth precipitates a stock market crash paralleling that of the South Sea Bubble of 1720.
Aviation, he believed, could easily transform warfare if dirigibles or "flying machines" served as offensive weapons, carrying "bodies of high explosives" that turned them into "superterranean torpedoes." This still unproven concept of aerial combat had become a fascination for some soldiers, just as it had for many of their civilian contemporaries.