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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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Malik Hasan shone for the winning side with bowling figures of 4-30 and handy contribution of 27 with the bat as Shining Club got to their target in just 10 overs.
Big valentine wishes to all NMG girls, and extra-big valentine wishes to our Shining Star girls
To heave-ho water from the well in a shining bucket.
Tara Smith Shining Moment Glosser, PS12 (Your Beauty at Marks & Spencer) The pump spray doesn't make for impressive distribution but I loved both the packaging and fragrance of this vegan haircare brand.
Stephen King announced the release date this week for his "Doctor Sleep," the long-awaited sequel to "The Shining.
Jarrow and Hebburn's acting neighbourhood inspector Sam Rennison said: "Anyone shining a laser or light at an aircraft should be aware they're not only causing significant danger but they're committing a criminal offence.
Save the Children's chief executive Justin Forsyth said: "We believe that all children are born to shine and we know we'll see some real talent shining through from across the UK over the next few weeks.
CCTV controllers said they had seen Griffiths shining a laser beam from the Prince Charles Road location and police were sent to arrest him.
The result is an exhibition which is diverse and inspirational and which is a shining example of how to be creative.
Gamma-ray bursts are the ideal tools to study the transition from a dark universe filled with neutral hydrogen atoms to a shining cosmos containing an abundance of ionized atoms, says Loeb.
His absolute favorite story, repeated often, was of Abraham Lincoln, shining his shoes one morning when Secretary of State William Seward entered and exclaimed, "Mr.