globus

Type: Term Pronunciation: glō′bŭs, -bī Definitions: 1. A round body; ball. Synonyms: globe See: globi
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Globus

[airline] Globus (Авиакомпания «Глобус») is a Russian airline based at Domodedovo International Airport and a subsidiary of S7 Airlines. It operates scheduled and charter flights to domestic and some international destinations. ==History== The airline was founded in the spring of 2008, S7 Airlines, a major Russian airlin
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Globus

[clothing retailer] Globus is a retail clothing store chain, based in Mumbai, India. Its part of the Rajan Raheja Group. As of April 2012, the chain has 35 locations in 22 cities in India. Globus was founded in January 1998. Its first location (at 35,000 square foot store) opened in Indore in June 1999, followed by two locations in Chennai.
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globus

A fast moving unit. Also a defensive square.
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Globus

A - fast moving unit. B - square.
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Globus

Globus: A word straight from the Latin, meaning (not unexpectedly) a globe or sphere. The word 'globus' is used in a number of different contexts in medicine. Globus hystericus, sometimes just called globus, is the sensation of having a lump in the throat. This is a symptom of hysterical neurosis (conversion hysteria) as well as of diseases such as
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globus

1. A round body; ball. ... See: globi. ... Synonym: globe. ... Origin: L. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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globus

(glo´bәs) pl. glo´bi Latin word meaning sphere. a spherical structure. eyeball. globus hystericus the subjective sensation of a lump in the throat. globus pallidus the smaller and more medial part of the lentiform nucleus of...
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globus

globus (s), globi (pl) 1. A round or spherical body. 2. A lump or swelling. 3. Any of the brown bodies sometimes found in the granulomatous lesions of leprosy. 4. In leprology, a macrophage swollen by its content of leprosy bacillis, as seen in lepromatous leprosy. Cross ref...
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globus

Latin = a globe.
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Globus

[music] Scott Ciscon Christine Navarro Dann Pursey Tate Simms Globus (under its legal entity, Globus Music, Inc.) is an Immediate Music-owned subsidiary and a Santa Monica-based movie trailer music-inspired band consisting of the mix of producers, musicians and vocalists The lead composers are Yoav Goren and Jeffrey Fayman, in which this ba
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Globus

[weekly] Globus is a Croatian weekly news magazine published in Zagreb. The magazine was started in 1990, having some of its first issues published during the Croatian War of Independence. Originally devised as tabloid, it never took an openly chauvinist approach of Slobodni tjednik and always tried to give the appearance of objectivity. Gr
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Globus

Globus is Latin for sphere or globe. It may also refer to: ==Business== ===Transportation=== ==Medicine== == Education == ==People== ==Other== ...
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Globus

[company] Globus is a Swiss department store company, with 14 department stores in Switzerland. The group, which includes the Herren Globus chain of menswear stores and the Office World chain of office supplies stores, is owned by Switzerland`s largest retailer, Migros. ==History== Globus was founded in 1907 in Zurich, and now has stores in
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Globus

[hypermarket] Globus Hypermarket Holding (Globus SB-Warenhaus Holding GmbH & Co. KG) branded as Globus is a German retail chain of hypermarkets, DIY stores and electronics stores. ==History== In 1828 Franz Bruch (1801-1865) opened a grocery store in St. Wendel under his name. In 1865 Joseph Adam Bruch (1837-1905) continued in the management
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