Definitions for "Galaxy"
The Milky Way, that luminous tract, or belt, which is seen at night stretching across the heavens, and which is composed of innumerable stars, so distant and blended as to be distinguishable only with the telescope.
A very large collection of stars comparable in size to the Milky Way system, held together by gravitational force and separated from other such star systems by large distances of mostly empty space. Galaxies vary widely in shape and size, the most common nearby galaxies being over 70,000 light years in diameter and separated from each other by even larger distances. The number of stars in one galaxy varies, and may extend into the hundreds of billions.
A splendid or impressive assemblage of persons or things; as, a galaxy of movie stars.
PanAmSat's brand name for domestic U.S. satellites. PanAmSat's Galaxy sales force is based out of Long Beach, CA.
Telecommunication classes via satellite
Galaxy, one of the five channels run by British Satellite Broadcasting (BSB), was the General Entertainment channel, it carried quite a few American imports as well as a few home grown shows, fans will remember the soap set in space Jupiter Moon, and the magazine show 31 West, who got their name from the actual placing of the Marcopolo Satellite at 31 degrees west, that was broadcasting the channel. It also included repeats from the BBC library - Doctor Who, Secret Army, Grange Hill, Steptoe and Son, Till Death Us Do Part, Are You Being Served?, Dad's Army and Porridge. American series broadcast included China Beach and Murphy Brown.
magix is a full mirc script open source with many enhacements. It's been mainly written for unrealircd networks but we have added support for the gnuworld services and Qserve
A toolkit for building user-level filesystems on the Windows operating system
Galaxy is a daemon that tracks all filesystem related events and reports these events to any client registered through the galaxy library.
an accelerator, it must have a bulge in order to acquire enough velocity to gain all the violence that astronomers see at the center of galaxies
Galaxy is a brand of milk chocolate made and marketed by by the Mars company (one of several related products punning upon the name Mars or "Master Foods" by using an astronomical name). It is most popular in the United Kingdom and the Middle East, where it is the leading brand in many countries.
photosynthesis weightless
tufted evergreen perennial herb having spikes of tiny white flowers and glossy green round to heart-shaped leaves that become coppery to maroon or purplish in fall
Keywords:  pittsburgh, bigger, lot
a lot bigger than Pittsburgh
Keywords:  inca, sodalite, never, exclusive, blue
a new and exclusive style of Sodalite from Blue INCA never before sold in international markets
Keywords:  boggling, mind, thing
a mind-boggling thing
an emergent property produced by the mass attraction and perpetual gavotte of atoms
Keywords:  mpv, perfect, better, child, way
a better MPV but with only one child and another on the way this is a perfect small MPV
Keywords:  mud, sinking, milk, drop, black
a drop of milk sinking in black mud
The second part of your continent's co-ordinates. (1,,1:a). Group of 10 Planets.
This type pays out on maturity the lowest absolute performance of a basket of assets over the life of the product. The underlying is typically a basket of indices.
Keywords:  aircraft, military, transport
a military transport aircraft
Keywords:  sure, pretty, injecting, sit, big
a pretty big place, and for me to sit there and keep injecting lines, sure some of them might have been helpful
A Galaxy consists of 3-5 Clusters and is commanded by a Galaxy Commander. A Galaxy varies in size depending upon the type and size of Clusters it consists of.
"The professional's guide to a world of information."
Keywords:  sun, fire, bit, code, servers
Code name for the 64-bit Sun Fire X4100 and X4200 servers.
Keywords:  game, quality, high
a very high quality game