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giving off or reflecting light readily or in large amounts

extemely bright

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marked by extraordinary elegance, beauty, and splendor

indicative of future success or full of promise

having or showing intelligence, often of a high order

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of surpassing excellence

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having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence

characterized by grandeur

having striking color

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full of light

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clear and sharp and ringing

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After enduring a punishingly dull "pastoral dialogue" read by Amiana and a formulaic elegy read by Brilliante, he interjects verses of his own choosing: a purplish bit of neo-Platonism called "The Whim," the author of which (probably Haywood) supposes that the "Pairs" fashioned on Olympus share exact physical congruency but no subtler sympathies.
The Charlie Lapson for Brilliante collection features Brilliante simulated diamonds set in platinum embraced sterling silver.
Scherzo Brilliante was composed for Marie-Luise Neunecker and premiered in Mainz in 1984.
At ninety-one (her actual age when she last played in New York), she was still able to get through Chopin's very difficult Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brilliante with only a minimal amount of finessing.
First half tries by left wing Francisco Brilliante and lock Joe Davies, plus conversions by centre Matthew Taylor and fly- half Luke Gaffney, established a 14-0 lead before Keys' scrum-half Chris Evans kicked a penalty.
Over the years, prominent guests, stars and filmmakers who attended the AFA include: Oliver STONE, William HURT, Arthur COHN, Barrie OSBORNE, Harvey WEINSTEIN, Luc BESSON, Jet LI, John WOO, Rain, Andy LAU, Joan CHEN, Tony LEUNG, Michelle YEOH, SHU Qi, Josephine SIAO, HOU Hsiao-Hsien, Brilliante MENDOZA, SONG Kang-ho, JEON Do-yeon, NAKATANI Miki, KWAI Lun-Mei, Priyanka CHOPRA and many more.
Bobby Brilliante, national spokesperson for the group, said members came to show support for the President.
4 hectares, said Amistad adding that the land is owned by Brilliante Realty Corporation while Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation owns the improvements.
Hard pressed by Germany's Inken Johannsen, who had moved up to second on Brilliante with a clear round when Greek rider Heidi Antikatzidis made an expensive mistake on Michaelmas, Funnell's control suddenly fell apart at the last part of the treble combination.
St David's College No 8 Carl Barker stole the limelight in the 47-0 win over Llandeilo's Tregib CS by scoring three of the nine tries, the others coming from prop Nathan Trevett (2), wing Francisco Brilliante, full-back Matthew Taylor, centre Stephen Ireland and lock Joe Davies.
St David's College No 8, Carl Baker, stole the limelight in the 47-0 win over Llandeilo's Tregib CS by scoring three of the nine tries, the others coming from prop Nathan Trevett (2), wing Francisco Brilliante, full-back Matthew Taylor, centre and captain Stephen Ireland and finally lock Joe Davies, a successfully converted scrum-half.
The youthful artists' January 13 program will offer four-hand piano masterworks from the Classical, Romantic and Modern eras, including a Two-Piano Sonata by Mozart, Mendelssohn's vibrant "Allegro Brilliante," and two 20th century favorites, Ravel's pulsating "La Valse" and the colorful "Scaramouche Suite," penned by French-born composer Darius Milhaud.
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Jewelry's shows on the various networks will go under several names including Deals of the Century, the Euro-Collection, Fasullo Designs, Diamond Jack, Brilliante, Trader Jack and D.
After she had played Chopins Polonaise Fantasie in A Flat and Grand Polonaise Brilliante, the audience was beside itself with excitement.