The two-hour pilot introduces viewers to the Shannon family, the terra Nova colony and, of course, the dinosaurs.
I also like terra Kulture, a cultural center in Victoria Island, the restaurant there makes a nice smoothie called 'Go Slow.'
A fidelity to the spontaneous moment is no longer the terra firma on which the photographic image is grounded.
In the 1960s, workmen on a hill, prophetically called terra Amata (Beloved Earth), discovered the remains of a prehistoric camp.
By the end of the 13 episodes, another pilgrimage will head to terra Nova, and a series regular will die.
The nine fine engravings which adorn the Voyage to terra Australis are his work.
Imagine how glad he must have been when he found himself on terra firma!
Secundum humanam substantiam, absens cœlo, cum esset in terra, et derelinquens terram cum ascendisset in cœlum.
Mars and terra—Venus, too—they'll never know how close it was for them.
When General Scott undertook this campaign Florida was a terra incognita.