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lu·mi·nous

(lū'mi-nŭs),
Emitting light, with or without accompanying heat.
[L. lumen, light]

lu·mi·nous

(lū'mi-nŭs)
Emitting light, with or without accompanying heat.
[L. lumen, light]

luminous

Emitting or reflecting light.

luminous

1. Emitting or reflecting light. 2. Having the capacity of stimulating the photoreceptors.
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Adams has clothed this fanciful story in exquisitely orchestrated music, which the musicians, under conductor Joana Carneiro, realized luminously.
When he's reunited with his childhood sweetheart Vera Phillips (Keira Knightley) in the Blitz - luminously pretty Vera is singing in Tube stations - Dylan tells her "we're soul mates", neglecting to mention he's married to Caitlin (Sienna Miller).
Luminously beautiful imagining of a journey up the Amazon by Edward Elgar
But it's true in a triumphal way regarding the Brazilian drama's director, Chico Teixeira, and its luminously natural star, Carla Ribas.
They] point to a creating Reason and show us a creating Intelligence, and they do so more luminously and radiantly today than ever before.
In intricate yet luminously flowing sentences reminiscent at times of Marcel Proust, and with a fervent sense of justice rivaling that of Charles Dickens, Marc Linder has written a definitive study of a critical provision of federal labor law whose enormous impact deprives over 30 million employees of the right to minimum wage as well as time and one-half overtime pay for any work in excess of 40 hours in a workweek.
As chief designer for the Fred Harvey Company, which worked with the Santa Fe Railway, she created hotels as luminously romantic as the landscape they inhabited.
The great projects of the living creation point to a creating Reason and show us a creating Intelligence, and they do so more luminously and radiantly today than ever before.
My whole life has been an uphill struggle to cope with the unfairness of being a seven stone, luminously beautiful brunette who ended up something else.
This volume treads luminously into these "four things.
a case filled with unnecessary make-up (she is luminously beautiful) and another case filled with clothes for every clime and social eventuality.
The threshold between the outside world and the oratory is marked by a sculptural cast-glass door, designed to gather and refract light, which glows brightly at the perimeter and luminously at the centre as a result of the lens-shaped plan.