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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfirmamentfir‧ma‧ment /ˈfɜːməmənt $ ˈfɜːr-/ noun   the firmament
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firmamentIt dominated the world of man and was represented by the celestial firmament.A new star had shot into the musical firmament.They were luminous planets in a remote firmament, brilliant stars shedding light on a few satellites.Instead, hesitantly, terribly afraid she was doing the wrong thing, she plucked meanings from the firmament.He was one of the stars in the firmament, one of the brightest, and he will be missed.My attention is drawn back to the unpleasant here and now by a banging gavel: thunder shakes the firmament.
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