spin ⪢⪢
Once swallowed, the smaller star continued to orbit within the larger one which eventually led to the larger star rotating so fast that its mass was spun outwards creating the nebula.
◎◎◎ vertebrate ⪢⪢
Vertebrates are animals that have spines or backbones.
○○○ synchronous ⪢⪢
Because the moon's period of rotation is equal to its period of revolution, that is to say, because the moon takes the same amount of time to spin as it does to orbit the earth, we from the earth only ever see one face of the moon.
○○○ heliocentric ⪢⪢
In a heliocentric model the Sun, not the Earth, is in the center and all other objects including the Earth orbit the Sun. In this model the Earth is moving in two ways. It revolves arround the Sun and it also rotates on an axis. → spin
○○○ spinning top ⪢⪢
In another case, an object resembling a spinning top with no visible propulsion flying at hypersonic speeds. → resemble
○○○ vertebrate ⪢⪢
Snakes are also vertebrates which means that they have a backbone. Actually snakes are almost ALL backbone! A snake's skeleton is most made of its skull, the vertebrate (or bones of the spine) and ribs.
○○○ host ⪢⪢
Have you ever looked up into the sky and wondered what was there? Higher than the birds, past the clouds and farther than the moon, a whole host of fascinating objects spin in outer space. → wonder #quote
○○○ tilt ⪢⪢
Unlike any other planet in the solar system, it is tilted so much that it actually spins sideways.
 praying mantis
appendage, cannibalism, communal, abdomen, thistle, conspicuous, deimatic, iridescent, scant, deliberation, blend, empusa, thorax, skewer, spiny, abdamen
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