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bright

a thin flat paintbrush with a straight sharp edge used for highlighting in oil painting

Bright

John. 1811--89, British liberal statesman, economist, and advocate of free trade: with Richard Cobden he led the Anti-Corn-Law League (1838--46)

bright

[brīt]
(materials)
Referring to lubricating oils that are clear, or free from moisture.
(optics)
Attribute of an area that appears to emit a large amount of light.

bright

Descriptive of freshly cut lumber or veneer which is not discolored.
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TWO children's services experts from America were today attending a conference in Birmingham to support the city's pioneering Brighter Futures initiative.
It will provide that faster, brighter and more agile response." Mr Reid was expected to make a speech on the service to a conference organised by the Royal United Services Institute in London.
Stop moaning, things have not been brighter for years!
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By monitoring the star's convulsions, Lobel and his colleagues believe they have solved a stellar riddle: Why are there no cool stars more than a million times brighter than the sun?
Psychiatrist Prem Misra said: "Brighter children will take note of the warnings."
"Both staff and patients have said how much brighter the corridor looks now.
"The role of group CEO has therefore changed and the board consider the future role will now be a part-time role, complementing the strategic and operational focus of the managing directors of Brighter Foods and Renshaw," Real Good Food said in a statement.
The celebration was dubbed, 'Creating a brighter future for our youth.'
Think about brighter or pastel colours and look at the likes of throws for your chairs, new cushions and if you're feeling particularly bold, some lighter and brighter curtains.
He also said he could use other Filipino engineers who are brighter and smarter than these officials.