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SOLARES, Spanish law. Lots of ground. This term is frequently found in grants from the Spanish government of lands in America. 2 White's Coll. 474.

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As to the phenomenon known as the "ashy light," it is explained naturally by the effect of the transmission of the solar rays from the earth to the moon, which give the appearance of completeness to the lunar disc, while it presents itself under the crescent form during its first and last phases.
Well, this can't hurt me," she gritted through her teeth, as she assailed his solar plexus with her doubled fists.
Because, though we are floating in space, our projectile, bathed in the solar rays, will receive light and heat.
Leviste, a rising star in the solar power industry and son of Sen.
Space probes throughout the solar system detected these gusts in the solar wind (SN: 6/5/04, p.
Sunlight, or solar radiation, is transformed into power through a semiconductor unit, or PV cell.
These events were attributed to violent solar storms that occurred during the sun's most active period in the 11-year solar cycle.
For years, solar technology has been a promising but expensive alternative.
High-speed solar winds caused one of its satellites to plummet and crash to Earth.
Several stations featuring materials students will be using to build the solar house will be at the kickoff celebration.
The craft would then be on course to exit the solar system.
According to Scott Sklar, executive director of the Solar Energy Industries Association, 70 percent of the photovoltaic cells produced in the United States are shipped overseas, primarily to energy-deprived third-world countries.