Then, if in truth my lords can darken
the moon, in the darkness I will take my lords by the hand and lead them out of Loo to this place, where they shall be safe, and thence we can make war upon Twala the king.
The blinds were partly drawn to darken
the room, and Mrs.
Three days later he received the scrap-book from a messenger, with a note warning him never again to darken
his Old Friend's door.
The contrast between her fate and his must darken
his bliss for a time.
When switching from light-to-dark, the helmet darkens
in 33 microseconds, or 1/30,000th of a second, one of the fastest reaction times available (by way of comparison, a human eye blink takes 3/10th to 4/10th of a second).
The fact that yellow chrome paint darkens
under sunlight has been known since the early 19th Century.
Keratin is also found in human fingernails, and melanin is the substance that darkens
The political element of the disease spreads through the carrier of obfuscation, the obfuscation being one which darkens
the distinction between science and technology.
Photochromic glass darkens
when exposed to sunlight and lightens when removed from sunlight.
When material recedes, it automatically darkens
again, ready for the next fill.
In the 1940s, scientists noticed that exposure to toxic compounds darkens