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giving off or reflecting light readily or in large amounts

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softly bright or radiant

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At the national finals, numerous members luminously represented ASABE.
We drifted around slowly, moving gently on the luminously blue water...
This impressive 57cm colourful acrylic version has 200 white LED lights, you also realise real can never be as luminously brilliant as fake.
LIGHT-UP GREEN ACRYLIC TREE - PS74.95 from festive-sparkle.co.uk WHEN you compare a 'proper' tree against this impressive 57cm colourful acrylic version, with its 200 white LED lights, you realise real can never be as luminously brilliant as fake.
"I have met many actors over the years and, while some of them are luminously entertaining, far too many are precious and self-regarding, taking the speaking of words written for them by someone else as if it were as important as being a heart surgeon"-Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman.
Great British Bake Off star Mary Berry, 79 "I have met many actors over the years and, while some of them are luminously entertaining, far too many are precious and self-regarding, taking the speaking of words written for them by someone else as if it were as important as being a heart surgeon." Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman "A very long fringe over dough balls in Pizza Express when you are flirting with your husband is one thing.
As our impeccably dressed ticket inspectors politely assist us in disembarking our wagons lits we are guided into the luminously designed edifice with its 240 photo-sensitive shutters controlling the amount of sunlight entering the building.
It is, however, more luminously legible in Bailey's terms as turning on the conceit of debt bondage: its dialogue is structured around the identifications of freedom, invisibility, detachment, and credit, as opposed to imprisonment, bodily vulnerability, boundedness and debt.
In saying that, however, the absence of one writer, Eilis Ni Dhuibhne, is notably strange simply because her work embodies luminously many of the themes and issues that underpin the contemporary Irish novel.
While her vocalism is sturdy and often luminously beautiful, it doesn't have the sizzle needed to pull it into the realm of the extraordinary.
Luminously illustrated with ballooning images and fantastic scenes, "I Can Find God" is a powerful journey invitation in verse to a child to begin a successful search for God.
The structured Cubist forms of William Roberts' Crucifixion are seen alongside the luminously painted Ascension by Peter Rogers.
Michelle Williams portrayed the actress luminously (and Academy Award-nominatedly) in the 2011 biographical film My Week With Marilyn; rival Broadway chorines fought to play her last spring on NBC's television series Smash; and, as always, more and yet more new books continue to be published, both fictional and factual (with much blurring of that divide).
How Popper's epistemology is embedded in the tradition of neo-Kantian philosophy is luminously evident in the draft version.