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use "satellite" in a sentence

NASA satellite image of Santa Cruz Island.

The satellite weighs approximately 1650 kg and is expected to have a life span of 5 years.

Pilgrimage satellite view of Mount Kailash with lakes Manasarowar (right) and Rakshastal in the foreground Every year, thousands make a
to Earth, whose population is much bigger than that of the whole Pegasus Galaxy; this can only be achieved either through the Stargate or getting more advanced hyperdrives, both present in Atlantis.

Many of the East Javanese dishes are also typically Madurese, such as Soto Madura and sate Madura, usually sold by Madurese settlers.

The immature eggs are boiled and put into skewers to be grilled as satay. ; sate Torpedo ( Testicles Satay) : Satay made from goat testicles marinated in soy sauce and grilled.

Except of course the teenage girls turned into brood-mares to sate koresh.

Minister of Science and Technology and sate Councillor (Vice Premier) (1984-1988).

A little bloodlust to sate, but these shadow dwellers offer little sport.

Trothers: [Acceptance] Cynic: Will you reject your lover's advances because you're not in the mood, roll over and fall asleep after orgasm and be too demanding; wanting to sate your carnal lusts selfishly? In the eventuality of a defeat, our communist Hoxhas could not recapture sate power without having money in safe deposits with the best banks of the world, the Swiss ones preferably (which, as everyone knows today, are the best to keep secret deposits).

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