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shine

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show

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to emit a bright light

to send out heat, light, or energy

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send out rays or waves

send out real or metaphoric rays

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extend or spread outward from a center or focus or inward towards a center

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have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink

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cause to be seen by emitting light as if in rays

experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion

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issue or emerge in rays or waves

spread into new habitats and produce variety or variegate

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arranged like rays or radii

having rays or ray-like parts as in the flower heads of daisies

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The Radiate Group is a global integrated marketing communications group of more than forty independently branded and operated agencies.
The power of this group to shape and lead the Internet industry is enormous," said Ehren Maedge, CEO of Radiate, who created the roundtable.
As electrons rose to higher orbits and fell to lower orbits, they would radiate only certain wavelengths, and under other conditions, absorb those same wavelengths, as Kirchhoff had shown over half a century before (see 1859).
With less heat being absorbed by buildings and roads during the day, less heat radiates at night.
Ivan Shulman - Executive Vice President of Sales and Chief Revenue Officer of Radiate Media.
Yet objects traveling in space can become extremely hot or cold, depending on how an object absorbs or radiates heat from the sun.
Sweat does not evaporate as fast when the relative humidity is high and heat does not radiate from the skin quickly when there is too little gradient between skin temperature and air temperature.
She puts it together so well, she is able to radiate her own inner personality and charm.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Radiate Media was named Utah's fastest-growing company at the 18th Annual Utah 100 Awards on Tuesday.
The speeding molecules typically lose their extra kinetic energy in one of two ways: They transfer it as heat to another molecule via a collision, or they radiate a photon.
X-rays from distant space radiate so much energy, they penetrate rather than bounce off mirrors.
In another group, the circles radiate from the center like ripples around a droplet falling into liquid, but the tone of these pictures is low and throaty, muffled and monotonic, like the lowest keys of a piano.
SALT LAKE CITY -- The first nationwide traffic information reporting service for Spanish-language radio stations is being created due to a partnership between Radiate Media and Stardome Radio Networks.
However, if the whole floor is heated to 72 or 73 degrees, this large, warm surface, like a gentle heat lamp, will radiate heat to all the objects and surfaces in the room.
Both CISPR and ANSI requirements call for the EUT to be in a worst-case operating mode, that is, a mode in which it is likely to radiate an EM field.