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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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Everything else was unchanged, the sun still shining mercilessly on the steaming marsh and the tall pinnacle of the mountain, and I could scarce persuade myself that murder had been actually done and a human life cruelly cut short a moment since before my eyes.
Snow-white was quite sorry at his departure, and as she unbolted the door for him, and the bear was hurrying out, he caught against the bolt and a piece of his hairy coat was torn off, and it seemed to Snow-white as if she had seen gold shining through it, but she was not sure about it.
asked Gilbert as they crossed the bridge over the Lake of Shining Waters, in which the moon lay like a great, drowned blossom of gold.
There, in mid-air, shining softly out of the dark background of the trees, still hovered the starry apparition of the child.
I shall call it--let me see--the Lake of Shining Waters.
There doesn't seem to be much connection between grubs and lakes of shining waters, does there?
Also she wore twisted brooches and shining earrings in the form of flowers; and round her soft throat were lovely necklaces.
But when loathsome old age pressed full upon him, and he could not move nor lift his limbs, this seemed to her in her heart the best counsel: she laid him in a room and put to the shining doors.
And Gerda went to the Ranunculuses, that looked forth from among the shining green leaves.
Oh, this is the hostility of light to the shining one: unpityingly doth it pursue its course.
Perhaps I'd better say right away that I KNOW the sun is shining to-day.
To help the delusion, the solid ground itself seemed gone, and the mountain, a shining waste of immense white heaps and masses, to be a region of cloud floating between the blue sky above and the earth far below.