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The phenomena of magnetism were ascribed by him to the irradiation of angels.

The force of the irradiation has been directly proportional with the squares of the distances.

However, is it not interesting to attribute the apparent movement to irradiation?

That was charming and vivacious, and his smile was an irradiation.

"Excuse me," he said with an irradiation of smiles, but yet with a kind of bewilderment.

The exceptionally acute psychiatrist Meynert shows how physiognomics depends on irradiation and parallel images.

Therefore we shall live for ever: and for ever show forth His praise and blaze out like the sun with the irradiation of His glory.

It is classed as an effect of irradiation, and is caused by the sun shining through the depressions between the lunar mountains.

Now the optical law which most affects the technique of stained glass is that of which the effect is known as "irradiation."

Joscelyn, of New York, investigated the causes of the irradiation manifested by luminous bodies, as for instance the stars.

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