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Synonyms for glister

Synonyms for glister

the quality of shining with a bright reflected light

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District Judge Andrew Meachin made Glister subject to a two-year restraining order, stipulating that she could not go near or communicate with the neighbour directly or indirectly.
Det Sgt Glister, leading the search for Rosie's mother, said Rosie was in good health, and added: "She's settled down really well.
All that seems to glister is gold, with SubSea Resources pocketing the wealth of a cargo once destined for a country fighting for democracy.
Chris Cain put away the Sportinggoal, but the Waggon had Robert Glister, James Bowman and David Murray notching.
Tension shows in the Parry household during the final moments of the race; David Parry celebrates with Sandra Glister, partner of Stephen's cousin Peter, as his son wins bronze, left , and speaks to his wife on the phone in Athens, right; Stephen as a choirboy
ANXIOUS MOMENTS: Stephen's father David Parry watches the race unfold with family friend Sandra Glister Pictures: COLIN LANE; MARGI CLARKE JOHN ALDRIDGE JENNIFER ELLISON; OLYMPIC RINGS: David speaks to Stephen in Athens minutes after the final; MAKING HIS POINT: Stephen celebrates his achievement in the pool
I think it is probably a unique collection," said auctioneer Henry Horner- Glister.
Replacements: Lewis, Glister, P Jackson, Martyr, Phipps, Cummings, Thurlow.
ALLI GLISTER notched four goals in Gateshead Rutherford Ravens' 5-0 home win over East Durham United in the Durham County Women's League.
He explained: 'The reputation of the product has not suffered yet but the company has been badly wounded, and eventually this will rub the glister off the product as well.
A number of new signings include former Northampton under-21 pair Graeme Cartmel (centre) and Ed Green (back row), hooker Simon Brown (Cardiff Institute), prop Richard Elson (Henley), lock Ed Nichols (Daventry), winger Jonathan Wilson and fly-half Ben Thomson (Oxford Harlequins) and centre Nick Glister who played for Billericay in their win over Silhillians in the final of the Tetley's Bitter Vase at Twickenham.
These are Matthew McKenna, to study law at Oxford, Laura Glister, to study chemistry at Oxford, and Adam Saul, to read history at Cambridge.
Strong economic growth in Britain in 1999 provided advertising companies with healthy bottom lines but it was the gold rush from new online firms that added glister to results.