dayglow


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dayglow

[′dā‚glō]
(astronomy)
Airglow of the day sky.
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Dayglow and twilightglow occur when atoms and molecules in the atmosphere absorb the sun's radiation and move to an excited state.
Dayglow combines nonstop music, dancing, laser lights, acrobatics and lots and lots of paint.
Oh, and you'll need a pair of sunglasses during KE$HA's set - she's dressed from head to toe in dayglow fluorescent outfits.
The magazine wailed the warning in two-inch-high black caps on its dayglow September cover: "The Web is Dead." What Anderson explains in his article is that the Web part of the Internet is losing its grip.
To have snuck into the club he must have cheated and missed out the first question on his IQ test, which ought to have read: Should a man in his ninth decade really be hobbling round in public in a dayglow shellsuit?
"You walk out and it's dark and foggy and you can see the dayglow yellow stuff sticking out, and at the end, Autzen is back there through the fog.
APRIME example of where priorities lie came recently, when upon my arrival at a racecourse car park I was met by more attendants in dayglow jackets (God bless them) than there were handlers at the start!
Two cylinders resembling Dayglow sporting novelties protrude from the can, indicating that the bearer of gifts is hoping "her" intended recipient will embrace "him" as liberator.
None of the dayglow red, gloopy sauce beloved of so many Chinese restaurants, the honey sweet, soy savoury sauce coated slow-roasted medallions, with nuggets of pineapple for fruity bursts.
If it weren't for us skaters, suffers would still be running around in dayglow short shorts.
For his new jet, a dayglow color scheme was replaced with the now-familiar metallic blue.