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lucidity

 [loo-sid´ĭ-te]
clearness of mind. adj., adj lu´cid.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē),
The quality or state of being lucid.

lucidity

/lu·cid·i·ty/ (loo-sid´it-e) clearness of mind.lu´cid

lucidity

[lo̅o̅sid′itē]
Etymology: L, lucidus, clear
pertaining to clarity of mind, perception, or intelligibility.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē)
The quality or state of being lucid.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē)
The quality or state of being lucid.
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In what can be interpreted as either a lack of political courage or extreme lucidity, Taxation Commissioner Laszlo Kovacs presented, on 5 July, his communication on reduced VAT rates (see Europolitics 3339 and 3340), confirming that he would not come forward with legislative proposals as long as the member states have not given him a clear mandate to do so (after the latest proposal was rejected by the Council).
This is a dazzlingly-different movie with Bening brilliant as Augusten's boozy mother, veering from moments of lucidity and love to sheer selfishness and despondency.
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This stunning emergence of a kinder and wiser person from the dying body of my mother came to a halt only in her last few days, when the pain of her tumor began to require such high doses of morphine that she was unable to speak with any lucidity.
Swept into a sort of floating temporality as depicted by the virtual cloud embedded in the screen, we move between recent history and pure science fiction, between lucidity and hallucination.
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To a topic--Brazilian race relations--historically fraught with ambiguity, uncertainty, and disagreement, it brings clarity, logic, and lucidity, not to mention several truckloads of data.