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The beast stood immobile, glaring at us with yellow eyes in the winter dark and illuminated unevenly by Sergey’s light as our pace quickened.
What’s really interesting, though, are the fuzzy jets and streamers surrounding the comet, which are especially prominent when illuminated like this from behind.
Even if nothing is actually decided at the conventions, they still shine a spotlight on the parties, illuminating emerging factions and up-and-coming politicians, setting the stage for — and creating — the future of each party.
Visitors will enter through an illuminated maze, then be invited to contribute words from kiosks, after which an AI-powered algorithm will collect and parse them into poetry, and perhaps shoot them into outer space.
In the ocean’s depths, it might take more than a little light to illuminate some of the planet’s darkest fish.
A Barclays report released last year illuminated a global education crisis where 6 of 10 children are not achieving minimum reading and math proficiency scores.
In the depths of the ocean, it might take more than a little light to illuminate some of the planet’s darkest fish.
We alone have the ability to make music and art that speak to our experiences or illuminate truths about our world.
Two many-branched candelabra, holding wax lights, brilliantly illuminate the game.
Great artists appear in clusters, and amid the other constellations that illuminate the intellectual heavens.

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