Schiaparelli

NOUN
  1. fashion designer born in Italy who was noted for her use of synthetic materials and brilliant colors (1896-1973)
  2. Italian astronomer who first noted lines (which he called canals) on the surface of Mars (1835-1910)
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How To Use Schiaparelli In A Sentence

  • Dali's shoe hat was undoubtedly the most surrealist idea he ever worked on with Schiaparelli.
  • One eagle-eyed collector snapped up a pair of Schiaparelli earrings for just £6.
  • Something more in the line of the explicable was a phenomenon observed in 1879 and in 1881 by Schiaparelli. Mars
  • The pictures that mysteriously effloresced from the pixels were forbidding yet magnificent, and as they glowed from the machines the planet Mars seemed to enter the laboratory, and the enchanting speculations of the Italian Schiaparelli with his canali and the American Lowell with his canals vanished the way dew departs with morning sunlight. Space
  • The time before that, Giovanni Schiaparelli saw a series of dark markings on the planet's surface that some interpreted as canals built by an ancient civilization.
  • Dali's shoe hat was undoubtedly the most surrealist idea he ever worked on with Schiaparelli.
  • They called it Schiaparelli, in honour of a hero of the art of astronomy.
  • Nearly 100 years ago , the astronomer , Schiaparelli , thought the marking to be canals.
  • In the Maywald photo, the vicomtesse wears a billowing Schiaparelli ball gown. The Things Yves Loved
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