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We may see skies brighten a bit in the afternoon with rather mild highs from 60 to 65.
Clouds will hang tough at first, but skies should quickly brighten by the afternoon.
With one bite, all the pleasures converged — the company, the atmosphere, and those garlicky, herbed bread crumbs baked to a deep brown on top of briny seafood, brightened with freshly squeezed lemon.
Whether someone you know has moved into a new place, or has just been hanging on to their old, worn out vacuum for a bit too long, consider brightening up their space with a new vacuum cleaner.
A number of Reddit contributors pointed out that many USPS vehicles don’t have air conditioning, and that customers who leave ice water or cold drinks for carriers can brighten their day.
That you have given away in charity must rather tend to brighten up your mind.
His intelligent eyes were glazed and far away, only the impassive, hairless face remained, with little or no soul to brighten it.
THE SERFGUY THORNE
The stories are the windows that Dr. Goss opens upon the practical themes that brighten every page of this winsome book.
He was smiling, too—a friendly, genial smile that seemed actually to brighten the room.
A BUSY YEAR AT THE OLD SQUIRE'SCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS
Over the rim of his glass his eyes began to brighten in a manner which his guest already knew to be a prophecy of something good.
THE MAYOR OF WARWICKHERBERT M. HOPKINS

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