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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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Aside from her own qualities - "I am ambitious and very driven, though I don't quite know why" - she has a shiningly happy home life and is part of a close family among whom mutual support is a defining virtue.
While too many portentous namings risk appearing overly predictable and even heavy-handed, Stovel sees Laurence's artistic hand both steady and shiningly stellar.
So it was all shiningly new, a pioneering EVENT when they gathered in the Roosevelt to watch the first statuettes handed out.
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!" He also spoke of souls at a crossing like bottles that could not open themselves.