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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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In most cases the tips of the brushes have curved surfaces where (it appears) individual stibnite needles have fused, giving the specimens, along their tops, a sort of shiningly crumpled look which is not at all unattractive (just "different").
There, finally, is the prospect of a novel worthy of the name; one that sits at the very antipodes of this one; one that takes place in a shiningly hypothetical, alternative world; one that deals in currency whose value can never decline; one that is uncorrupted by the real; and one that is truly, in a word, explosive.
A shiningly lovely girl who has worked hard to propel herself from Mickey Mouse Club to international pop star to movie star.
He wrote of a hotel's revolving door that it "moves shiningly upon its four leaves--/ One leaf answers another, flashing a message
Our delightful bedroom, shiningly clean, had hairdryer, tea-making facilities and fine views over fields.
Corin Redgrave said she would remembered as a shiningly beautiful woman both in face and in spirit.