derived from the given name Davy/Davey/Davie or David.
Davies is a crater on Mars located at 46°N 0°E on the fringe of Acidalia Planitia near Arabia Terra. It is approximately 49 km in diameter. It was named in honor of Merton Davies, a pioneer in the cartography of planetary bodies. An employee of the Rand Corporation, he assisted NASA in mapping Mars with colleagues Gérard de Vaucouleurs and Harold Masursky and defined the prime meridian of Mars as passing through the crater Airy-0. Davies lies on the prime meridian, appropriate because Davies was principally responsible for its delineation. ⁕ Davies Crater, as seen by MTO's CTX.
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Rank popularity for the word 'davies' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4305
The numerical value of davies in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of davies in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
If Davies opts for Gatwick, the Conservatives pop the champagne corks and come out and announce that Gatwick will expand tomorrow.
There are many big beasts in the cabinet who are utterly opposed to Heathrow and the government may ask itself is Heathrow politically deliverable even if Davies recommends it.
There’s room for the likes of Laura Davies and Juli Inkster and a few of the other old girls to show what we can still do because we all hit it well, it’s just the short game separates the top players from the ones that are just struggling a little bit sometimes.
On Heathrow, the position has not changed, obviously the Howard Davies review work was done, some further work is being done in relation to the question of air quality around the various proposals that were put forward, and the cabinet and government will be taking a decision on this in the proper way in due course.
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