true sun

true sun

[′trü ′sən]
(astronomy)

true sun

The sun as it appears to an observer. Also called the apparent sun.
References in classic literature ?
As you look over the pond westward you are obliged to employ both your hands to defend your eyes against the reflected as well as the true sun, for they are equally bright; and if, between the two, you survey its surface critically, it is literally as smooth as glass, except where the skater insects, at equal intervals scattered over its whole extent, by their motions in the sun produce the finest imaginable sparkle on it, or, perchance, a duck plumes itself, or, as I have said, a swallow skims so low as to touch it.
Keekorok Lodge has been set out as a village with luxurious bedrooms that evoke the spirit and style of ancient dwellings with its 180 beds capacity.General Manager John Kiruthi said over and above the festive period, the lodge has a dedicated number of guests, repeat visitors, a mix of local, regional and international visitors checking in to taste the true Sun Africa spirit.
Criticism of religion disillusions man so that he will think, act and fashion his reality like someone who has discarded his illusions and regained his senses, thus he will move around himself as his own true Sun.
His dad became a reporter and Charles began with the journals The Mirror of Parliament and The True Sun - neither of them have got anything to do with modern-day namesakes.
Or unwind with Finders' 'Aquasun Therapy' a true sun and spa treatment, which combines Dead Sea mineral water and warm sun.
The jingle for Warren's Jet Blacking was discovered by researchers at the University of Buckingham in an 1832 edition of the True Sun newspaper, where Dickens worked briefly as a parliamentary reporter.
So there we have it, in true Sun traditions: It was WoS wot won it!
Although the true Sun would be blocked completely by Earth, our hypothetical observer might witness a wonderful mirage above the Earth's limb caused by atmospheric refraction.
She was a true sun worshipper and adored the sunshine.
Thus each morning at sunrise we see a mirage of the Sun because the true Sun is still situated below the horizon.
In true Sun traditions, the tone the following day was completely different.