kosmos

(from the article `ancient Greek civilization`) ...that regular office did not become a stepping-stone to tyranny. For example, a very early constitutional inscription shows that 7th-century Drerus ...
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Kosmos

(from the article `Humboldt, Alexander von`) During the last 25 years of his life, Humboldt was chiefly occupied with writing Kosmos, one of the most ambitious scientific works ever published. ...
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Kosmos

• (n.) See Cosmos.
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Kosmos

[NERIT] Kosmos (Κόσμος) is the fourth public radio channel of Greece`s state broadcaster, NERIT. The programme consists of reggae, jazz, folk-ethnic and world music. The radio controller for Kosmos is Giannis Dimitriadis. ...
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Kosmos

[publisher] Franckh-Kosmos Verlags-GmbH & Co. is a media publishing house based in Stuttgart, Germany, founded in 1822 by Johann Friedrich Franckh. In the nineteenth century the company published the fairy tales of Wilhelm Hauff as well as works by Wilhelm Waiblinger and Eduard Mörike. The `Friends of Nature Club` (Gesellschaft der Naturfr...
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Kosmos

[rocket family] The Kosmos (also spelled Cosmos, Russian: Ко́смос) rockets are a series of Soviet and subsequently Russian rockets, derived from the R-12 and R-14 missiles, the most well known of which is the Kosmos-3M, which has made over 440 launches, and is still in service. The Kosmos family contains a number of rockets, both car...
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Kosmos

[satellite] Kosmos (Ко́смос, IPA, Cosmos) is a designation given to a large number of satellites operated by the Soviet Union and subsequently Russia. Kosmos 1, the first spacecraft to be given a Kosmos designation, was launched on March 16, 1962. ==Early Kosmos satellites== ===Kosmos 1=== Kosmos 1, also known as Sputnik 11, was laun...
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Kosmos

Kos'mos noun See Cosmos . Gladstone.
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