lustre


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a surface coating for ceramics or porcelain

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a quality that outshines the usual

the visual property of something that shines with reflected light

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And now that star was throwing its intensest lustre on their hearts.
The tale, however, towards the close of their lengthened lives, did not meet with the full credence that had been accorded to it by those who remembered the ancient lustre of the gem.
The rich down was visible upon its wings; the lustre of its eyes seemed instinct with spirit.
Even the bright spots of gold upon its wings and body, unless her eyes deceived her, grew dim, and the glowing purple took a dusky hue, and the starry lustre that gleamed around the blacksmith's hand became faint and vanished.
The butterfly then appeared to recover the power of voluntary motion, while its hues assumed much of their original lustre, and the gleam of starlight, which was its most ethereal attribute, again formed a halo round about it.
But its lustre gleamed upon the ceiling; the exquisite texture of its wings brushed against that earthly medium; and a sparkle or two, as of stardust, floated downward and lay glimmering on the carpet.
The brass candlesticks, the gilt lustres, and the glass chandeliers, whatever might be their keeping as to propriety and taste, were admirably kept as to all the purposes of use and comfort.
Despite lacking sleep and rest, Reid and Lustre, who had just finished the first leg of the concert tour in Doha, Qatar on Friday evening, gamely engaged fans who carried banners and gave flowers to Lustre.
The company that leads the industry in High Performance Computing (HPC) storage management software, Terascala, has announced that it has launched open-source parallel file system Lustre version 2.
The friendship with Caiger-Smith piqued his interest in middle-eastern lustre traditions, much of which was based on the Romans' painting on glass.
Venture-backed company Whamcloud announced on Monday a strategic partnership with European IT company Bull to accelerate the development of open source Lustre storage technology.
Flame Premium combines the latest 2011 extension 1 releases of Autodesk Flame, Autodesk Smoke Advanced and Autodesk Lustre software into a single offering, designed to help post-production companies expand and diversify their creative services more cost-effectively.
The promise to love and be together was inked on the arms of James Reid and Nadine Lustre in the first trailer of their much-anticipated movie 'Never Not Love You'.
SGI, a global leader in high performance solutions for compute, data analytics, and data management, today announced the immediate availability of highly scalable tiered data management capabilities that expand the functional capabilities of Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre software and enable increased storage efficiency for organizations' parallel computing needs.
When considering application techniques, lustre can be defined in many different ways but, in general, lustre can be described as; "Glazes that have pearl, metallic and colourful appearances on their surfaces, obtained by reduction.