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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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Franchise Dussart (1988:37) discusses shininess in Warlpiri painting, which 'recalls the Ancestral Beings completely beautified when they originally emerged from the Ancestral ground'.
It only needed one coat (so rare in fluorescent shades), but it does need the top coat for shininess, otherwise it's a bit matte.' Semilac UV Hybrid, PS8 each What it does: Aimed at both salons and home users, this gel system has a whopping 130 shades, and as well as being just PS8 a bottle, they claim to last up to three weeks.
"I'm finding the sequins and the shininess a necessary evil" - Singer Jay McGuinness is no fan of the sparkly outfits for Strictly Come Dancing, in which he is competing.
The affected limb may feel warmer or cooler, and the skin can exhibit changes such as blotchiness, paleness, shininess, inflammation, and/or unusual colors of blue/ purple/red (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, 2013).
The Phong Reflection Model (Eq 1) calculates the intensity of light at any point ([I.sub.p]) using the materials specular reflection constant ([k.sub.s]), diffused reflection constant ([k.sub.d]), ambient reflection constant (ka), and shininess constant ([alpha]) along with the direction vector of the light source ([L.sub.m]), the normal vector of reflection (N), the ideal reflection vector ([R.sub.m]), and the viewer vector (V).
In addition to the subjective patient satisfaction questionnaire, subjects were assessed based on total inflammatory and noninflammatory lesion counts; photographic evaluation of skin shininess, texture, and presence of Propionibacterium acnes; cutaneous tolerability scores for stinging, burning, erythema, scaling, and dryness; and adverse events.
Wordsmithing, in which I imagine sentences laid out like strips of copper on the anvil of commerce, hammered with a mallet then smelted of its shininess until you're left with a charcoal briquette, made me hate writing.
Lewis-Williams also argues that the shininess of quartz represents the entoptic phenomena of the first stage of altered consciousness (2002: 18-19).
Especially important if you're a guy, because it turns out that the quality and shininess of a man's shoes is one of the first physical attributes about which others will judge him.
When you come out of the store its shininess blinds you, its beauty dazzles you, but when you start using it daily, difficulties appear and the outcome might not be the one you were expecting.