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brights

[brīts]
(geology)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Bright's audacity (so far as that endowment might avail) had enabled him to take full advantage of whatever capabilities they offered.
When the first poet or romancer told these marvellous legends (such is Eustace Bright's opinion), it was still the Golden Age.
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.
Sporting naturally sun-kissed skin, you can be more experimental with brights and venture outside your cosmetics comfort zone.
Lancashire, United Kingdom, July 30, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Colin Bright, owner of Brights Cleaning Lancashire is incredibly proud to announce 2014 as a record breaking year for commercial carpet cleaning enquiries.
BRIGHT EYED Work primary brights if you're feeling brave or pastel washes if you want a more subtle take on the trend.
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.
I want to take exception to Tom Flynn's statement that the term Brights left most FREE INQUIRY readers cold (Turning Down the Brights, FI, April/May 2004).