green sun

green sun

[′grēn ¦sən]
(astronomy)
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I am sure that there was a landing here thousands of years ago and rather than return to their solar system with a green sun, they decided to stay.
On the blue sky with clouds, I reminded students that if they wanted a sun in the picture, they would have to paint that first or risk having a green sun.
So would a race at Silverstone for 1100cc Ford Escorts with green sun visors - but who would want to watch it?
You'll notice an enjoyment of color: the 1930 William Fox Building has vanilla terra cotta with mauve spandrels; right across the street is startling jade green Sun Realty.
The head gear - a green sun hat with a visor - has angered parents as much as the tough approach to youngsters with short crops.
Squirting green sun lotion on your children's skin makes sun protection more fun and means you can see any missed bits
Parents said the school had stopped making children with offending hair cuts wear the hats - a green sun hat with a visor - since the Telegraph reported the row.
The initiative will see a third of all council owned houses in Wrexham receiving green sun powered energy over the next two years.
My next partner was the chap in the green sun visor.
First the cockpit was filled with an intense green light - it was like looking into a bright green sun.
Speaking at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Small and Medium Enterprises Summit held at the Green Sun Hotel in Makati City, President Aquino noted that since the country s strongest competitive advantage and most important resource is its people, the government invested massive funds into health, education, and other social services, empowering them to participate more fully in economic growth.