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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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Corin Redgrave said she would remembered as a shiningly beautiful woman both in face and in spirit.
The young innocents are shiningly good, the bad uncle and his shadowy world of investors incredibly nasty.
Gathering up into an exquisite sheaf of flowering poetic inquiry and discreet contemplative traversal of self and other both early proses devoted to Poussin and Baudelaire, characteristic, at once dense and aerated texts offered to Pierre Tal Coat, "poesophical" (as Jean-Claude Pinson would say) meditations centered on the work of Michel Leiris and Salah Stetie, other serenely patient and carefully caressed "poems" on writing and painting, Du Bouchet's L'emportement du muet is indeed a book that speaks of passion and unsayableness, dispersal and a telluric presence with which language and plasticity brilliantly, shiningly engage, though conscious of that Holderlinian "openness" that ever has powerfully drawn the mind of this exemplary poet.