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brights

[brīts]
(geology)
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Pringle, too, had listened to two or three of the tales, and censured them even more bitterly than he did THE THREE GOLDEN APPLES; so that, what with praise, and what with criticism, Eustace Bright thinks that there is good hope of at least as much success with the public as in the case of the "WonderBook.
Bright himself, he is now in his senior year at Williams College, and has a prospect of graduating with some degree of honorable distinction at the next Commencement.
But as I do not know when I shall re-visit Tanglewood, and as Eustace Bright probably will not ask me to edit a third "WonderBook," the public of little folks must not expect to hear any more about those dear children from me.
shirt s at Left: Brights fashion Jacket pounds 189, s pounds 65 and trousers pounds 79 from Hobbs Pavilions, Birmingham shirt s at Centre: Brights fashion yellow top pounds 1 pink heart print shorts pounds 25 from Repu The Fort Shopping Park 13 and ublic at Right: Brights fashion M&S Woman pounds 22.
Krylon has introduced its Brights Paint Pens, which can be used to add colors and creativity to a wide variety of applications including posters, scrapbooks, home accessories and bikes or skateboards among many others.
Brights" movement founders Mynga Futrell and Paul Geisert have begun responding to inevitable criticisms that if we call ourselves "Bright," we are obviously implying that everyone else is, well, less bright.
When Mackenzie's book, Travels in Iceland in the Summer of 1810, was published, it contained Brights sketches of the local flora and fauna, as well as shepherds and fishermen.
The time has come for us brights to come out of the closet.