The bell again; the glare of light
and heat dispelled; the factories, looming heavy in the black wet night - their tall chimneys rising up into the air like competing Towers of Babel.
I thought how the same feeling had come back when I saw a face looking at me, and a hand waving to me, from a stage-coach window; and how it had come back again and had flashed about me like Lightning, when I had passed in a carriage - not alone - through a sudden glare of light
in a dark street.
As the room was only lighted by some ten or fifteen miserable candles, and the windows were without shutters, it would have been but a dreary, cheerless place for the solemnities of a Christmas eve, had not the large fire that was crackling at each end of the apartment given an air of cheerfulness to the scene, by throwing an occasional glare of light
through the vistas of bushes and faces.
Suddenly a strong glare of light
flashed across the scene, the fog rolled upward in thick wreaths, and several cannons belched across the plain, and the roar was thrown heavily back from the bellowing echoes of the mountain.
The New York Bert Smallways saw, for all its glare of light
and traffic, was in the pit of an economic and financial collapse unparalleled in history.
A glare of light
in the distance, casting a warm glow upon the sky, marked where the huge city lay.
There is a lecture-room across the way, from which that glare of light
proceeds, and there may be evening service for the ladies thrice a week, or oftener.
Then there was a sudden and awful glare of light
all about us, and in that very instant every one of the millions of seats was occupied, and as far as you could see, in both directions, was just a solid pack of people, and the place was all splendidly lit up!
One house in a back street was bright with the cheerful glare of lights
; there was the sound of music in it too, and the tread of dancers, and there were cheerful voices, and many a burst of laughter.
The rest of the bear is made from much fainter stars and so you need to get away from the glare of light
pollution and into a darker location to see them.
Last week, drivers were affected by the glare of light
reflected in mirrors at Pelaw station in Gateshead and had to wait with their trains in the station while extra checks were carried out.
IN THE strangely detached world of radio, the shy man can bloom in ways which would have been denied him in the glare of light