crepuscular rays

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crepuscular rays

[krə′pəs·kyə·lər ′rāz]
(astronomy)
Streaks of light radiating from the sun shortly before and after sunset which shine through breaks in the clouds or through irregular spaces along the horizon.
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In the place of uplift, sublimity, and glory, in the spot where Bernini put his God rays, Flavin screwed his readymade bulbs.