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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILLUME
Three candles that illume every darkness: truth, nature, knowledge.
Can one illume a leaden sky,Or tear apart the shadowy veil Thicker than pitch, no star on high,Not one funereal glimmer pale?
I admired the condensed wisdom of this, but, like experience, it only serves to illume the path over which I have passed.
All my faculties tend to self-preservation; there, they converge as rays in a focus; in that focus they illume and—they burn.
But, my young friend, it is not the light of the noon-day sun that ought to illume Christian charity.
Even if you have only one light for ten darknesses, it will be enough to illume them all.
Even so will it be with England; ere ten centuries have rolled away, her sun-like splendour will illume a western world.
Live in the sunshine, don't live in the gloom, Carry some gladness the world to illume.