astrolabe in A Sentence

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    I've got you, Astrolabe.

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    I have no vessel, no Astrolabe.

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    You would also know how to make an Astrolabe.

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    I won't give you the Astrolabe back.

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    Do you use the Astrolabe?

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    Jessica was looking for the Astrolabe, right?

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    I need the Astrolabe.

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    The Astrolabe was our only solution.

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    In 1884, a Chinese Astrolabe was designed to observe the stars.

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    It would appear the prophecy of the Astrolabe has come to pass.

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    Did you and Mme Frédéric discover anything else about the Astrolabe?

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    But what I don't have is the Astrolabe.

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    It's crazy. - It's the Astrolabe.

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    In this context, there is also an Islamic development, the spherical Astrolabe.

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    This is how this Astrolabe was loaned to us by the Oxford School of ... Museum of History.

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    I can't let you take the Astrolabe.

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    So, would Lewis have an Astrolabe?

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    I will destroy the Astrolabe of Fate.

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    So I think the Astrolabe is just a remarkable device.

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    You told us yourself ... that using the Astrolabe again would destroy the warehouse.

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    I will do everything in my power to find the person who used the Astrolabe.

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    Keep focusing on the Astrolabe and keep this image in your mind.

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    So what does the Astrolabe inspire?

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    The Astrolabe was used for calculating latitude.

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    She is our Lady Astrolabe, the star Wormwood.

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    World's oldest maritime Astrolabe that guided ships to India found.

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    Britain-based shipwreck hunter has found maritime Astrolabe, a navigation tool that guided Portuguese explorers on perilous voyage to India in 16th century.

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    These include Antiquethera process of Ancient Greece and Astrolabe(circa 150-100 BC), which are generally considered to be the earliest known mechanical analog computer.

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    We know of no other similiar devices for several hundred more years until the 8th century AD, when mathematician Muhammed al-Fazari is said to have built the first Islamic Astrolabe.

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