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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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That brilliance involves both whiteness and shininess has been observed for a number of Aboriginal cultures.
As Aristotelian philosophy says: If the purpose of a knife is to cut, the primary trait of a good knife will be sharpness (not shininess or some other irrelevant trait).
Talking to Gulf Times, he said he started by learning the violin and only took up the tuba at the age of 11, won over by its impressive size and shininess.
Last week I had a flash of self-doubt and began thinking there maybe something more to what was inside the shininess and the MASSIVE boxes and the mugs.
It was mysterious, the black shininess of it all," sighed Holly Johnson.
They are not looking for the shininess of an import; or the sameness of a domestic light beer, but they are looking for this.
The mode dial is machined with finest tuning on its pitch of spin, form of plate and shininess.
An example of this is the use of fibers powered by tiny, rechargeable batteries that can be turned on by the wearer so that the fibers give shininess or glow when the lights are dimmed.
Whether, like Macbeth, you are hallucinating or whether you are seeing a real dagger, you experience redness and shininess as outside you, as covering the surface of a dagger.
The sharpness, colour, translucency and shininess of the obsidian appear to have combined to make it a highly desired good in exchanges (Torrence 2004b, 2005: 364365).
When you look at a plant, for example, really look at it -- it's texture, it's shininess, it's colour; you are completely in the now, studying an object.