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#WOTD shooting star (noun): It was a warm evening, so we lay on the grass and watched the sky for shooting stars. http://ow.ly/KAjB30ckgzB
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#WOTD satellite (noun): The satellite will observe objects that are particularly interesting astronomically. http://ow.ly/8V3a30ckgzA
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#WOTD stellar (adj.): a stellar explosion http://ow.ly/Q7hD30ckgzz
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#WOTD orbit (verb): On this mission the Shuttle will orbit the Earth at a height of several hundred miles. http://ow.ly/gCeO30ckgzy
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Can we talk about ability? Yes, we can! Check out Liz Walter's latest post on ways of talking about what we are able to do. http://wp.me/p1frMc-2B1
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#WOTD observatory (noun): We took a school trip to the observatory. http://ow.ly/42fX30ckgzx
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#WOTD astronomer (noun): As he was a keen astronomer, his telescope was very important to him. http://ow.ly/dewM30ckgzw
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#WOTD asteroid (noun): Most scientists believe that dinosaurs became extinct after an asteroid hit the Earth. http://ow.ly/Hipm30ckgzv
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We're cloud-gazing this week at Cambridge Dictionary. But what's that wonderful, wave-shaped cloud? Want to find out? http://wp.me/p1frMc-2AM
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#WOTD yogi (noun): Having practised yoga for decades, he is considered to be an experienced yogi. http://ow.ly/fIIb30ckgzu
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