positive glow

positive glow

[′päz·əd·iv ′glō]
(electronics)
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Evelyn feels most in her natural element when she graces the stage, exuding a positive glow that is authentically her own.
Libra Sept 24-Oct 23 LIBRA SCORPIO LEO VIRGO LIBRA IN ANY area of your life where there is respect and understanding, you thrive and exude a positive glow.
There was a positive glow when Jun serenaded Nene with songs of yesteryears.
WANT to continue the positive glow you felt during the Olympics and balance out the gloomy shadow of Brexit?
"He doused us in his love and positive glow and never asked for anything in return."
Having been dumped out of the FA Cup and reverted to a run of defeats rather than victories there was a great need for a positive glow to cross our paths.
Now it may be that your own business or organisation has not been sharing in this positive glow. All the more reason, then, to give your staff a fillip with some well chosen moments of levity.
Even sports broadcasts are getting overrun with junk-food messages because the international brands keep developing new tactics for wrapping children's indulgences in the positive glow of wholesome activities.
Although the Magpies were unable to repeat the consistency of last term's outstanding top flight form, their European adventure has brought a positive glow to their campaign.
Stating that it will be naive to say that the positive glow from the Olympics could last, Boyle said that the glow has faded because of the tough economic times, which has made it difficult for the people to find jobs, the Sun reports.
BRITISH tennis had a positive glow about it last night with five players through to the second round at Wimbledon - a best return for six years.
After falling 2-1 to Napoli, the Blue Moon will only cast a positive glow over City in qualifying if other results to go their way.

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