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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)
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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.
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bright

Descriptive of freshly cut lumber or veneer which is not discolored.
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Mr Peston said: "If I had to take one positive thing from the collapse of many businesses in the City of London it is this - too many of our brightest and best young people were being sucked into the City of London into investment banks, into hedge funds and into private equity because there seemed to be this colossal amount of easy money to be made.
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