glistering


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Synonyms for glistering

having brief brilliant points or flashes of light

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figure By ALEX MWANGI Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton achieved yet another milestone of his glistering career, winning a race for the first time after securing the championship but more importantly, together with teammate Valterri Bottas, helping Mercedes clinch the constructors' championship for the fifth time in a row.The Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos panned out as few had expected.
"We have created a brand that avoids Greek cliches and have instead taken inspiration from the Xysta tiles of Pyrgi, Chios," said Marina Tzima, managing director, GREK, noting that usually a Greek design is represented by a photo of the Acropolis and Parthenon, or white houses with blue roofs and golden daisies glistering in the sunshine.
The TVC which runs for one-minute shows all of X30's main features which pertain to the handsets' crystal clear display, smooth body, a glistering exterior, and a design that looks good on any hand.
The backyard has a swimming pool and attached spa surrounded by glistering trees.
Some onlookers in The Mall and Horse Guards Parade unashamedly wept - among them men whose again shoulders now were bowed, but whose service was shown by the medals and stars glistering on their chests.
In Maguy Marin's Cendrillon, a sword-wielding fairy presents two glistering slippers to Cinderella.
Sarah Fitz-Gerald got Priory off to a glistering start with a predictable, but nevertheless impressive, 3-0 win over Kate Allison.