Elsewhere in the Milky Way, Spitzer viewed a dark, elongated globule known as the Elephant's Trunk nebula.
Resembling a creature on the run with flames streaming behind it, the Spitzer image of a dark globule in the emission nebula IC 1396 is in spectacular contrast to the view seen in visible light.
Little globules of fat had congealed on the stew's surface, and it was quite cold.
Not only could fat be wrung out of the bread, there were dark foreign objects within its matrix, which upon further investigation turned out to be little globules of maple syrup.
This convection results in the Sun's surface not being smooth, but covered with thousands of these globules , which are called granules.
Two weeks ago, we took the frog to the doctor's as she had been unable to shake off an infection and her production of slimy, yellow, globulous mucus had gone into overdrive.
Let's face it, fat - be it the visible white lines of marbled steak or globules of fat hidden in ground beef - adds flavour and moisture.
These cells are generally globose and larger than epidermal cells, and contain many large globules of oil, a consistent feature of all sections examined.
As she mechanically began spooning hot globules of oatmeal into her mouth, she caught sight of Periwinkle and another teacher walk in through the Arts Wing hallway.
We cleaned a sandy beach three times that week and always the tide brought more black globules of oil.