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earthlight

[′ərth‚līt]
(astronomy)
The illumination of the dark part of the moon's disk, produced by sunlight reflected onto the moon from the earth's surface and atmosphere. Also known as earthshine.
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OTC:BB-GWTS) and Nicholas Eliopoulos, chairman and chief executive officer of Earthlight, a motion picture company, that both executives have signed a Letter of Intent for a merger of their companies.
According to Devin Stagg, Director of Corporate Strategy for PLT Health Solutions, Earthlight Whole Food Vitamin D allows food, beverage and supplement producers to address a convergence of consumer wants.
Scientists studying Earthshine - Earthlight reflected off the Moon - found clear signs of water and an oxygen atmosphere, as well as suggestions of plant life.
In 2002, I was working as assistant editor of EarthLight Magazine, an interfaith journal of ecological spirituality published in Oakland, Calif.
Zac Rogow, poet, playwright, and translator, was a co-winner of the PEN/Book-of-the-Month Club Translation Award for Earthlight, by Andre Breton, and winner of a Bay Area Book Reviewers Award for his English version of George Sand's novel Horace.
Instead, he ends the entire poem with an account of the birth of a granddaughter: "As her earthlight breaks and we gather round / Talking baby talk" (57).
With binoculars or a small telescope you can even see the seas and craters on the so-called "dark side" of the moon, lit by earthlight.
I arrive with my bunch of stalks and silvered heads/ Like tapers that won't dim/As her earthlight breaks .
So now, as a thank-offering for one Whose long wait on the shaded bank has ended, I arrive with my bunch of stalks and silvered heads Like tapers that won't dim, As her earthlight breaks and we gather round Talking baby talk.
1970 PLACE-CHANGE among the substances: you, go to you, join in with missing earthlight, I hear, we were a heavenly bloom, this is yet to be proven, from somewhere on high, along our roots, two suns, do you hear, there are two, not one-- so?
And the RLPO did my Earthlight piece in Chester Festival with Vasily Petrenko conducting.
Emboldened by his Venus results, and convinced deception played no part in the phenomenon, he ruled out the action of earthlight and confidently asserted: 'Thus, as my successful observations on the twilight of Venus led me to the discovery of that of the moon, so did these latter reciprocally confirm the former: and thus, which ever way we contemplate the subject, must we be struck with the coincidence that prevails throughout.