References in classic literature ?
But when I reached my home and got out of the train into the purest, brightest snow-atmosphere, the air so still that the whole world seemed to be listening, the sky cloudless, the crisp snow sparkling underfoot and on the trees, and a happy row of three beaming babies awaiting me, I was consoled for all my torments, only remembering them enough to wonder why I had gone away at all.
Aesthetically Elizabeth was fond of still, cloudless days, but experience had taught her to suspect them.
2] increases have had on Earth's energy balance, Daniel Feldman of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California and colleagues monitored the thermal radiation hitting two sites in Alaska and Oklahoma on cloudless days.
There was the small matter of the night being cloudless.
It was very hot and dry, there was no wind and the sky was cloudless.
Cloudless conditions meant stargazers in Ireland and the UK were treated to similarly stunning views of the Perseid meteor shower.
A moonless, cloudless night A[degrees] that is the perfect sky for my picture," he said, smiling at the thought.
Who doesn't require a cloudless sky To enjoy a picnic.
And then Fatou Bensouda's photo on the front cover of the Aug/Sept issue reflects a conscience as clear as a blue, cloudless African sky
After two or three minutes he appeared against the cloudless blue sky before steering himself to safety, landing on a patch of New Mexico scrubland, just nine minutes after jumping.
The sun is beaming down From a sky of cloudless blue, Its warmth seems to bless the landscape Although I know there will be few Days left to feel her benediction For autumn now is here And the pleasures of the summer months Will soon fade until next year.
If you're still not sure why he took the job, check the TV footage of him meeting club officials among palm trees and under a cloudless sky in shirtsleeves in December.