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adjective as in beamed

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adjective as in starry

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Dominique is an aspiring actor who radiates down-to-earth warmth and subsidizes her work in student films with a day job hawking athleisure.

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Those gamma rays are probably produced in a different manner, by electrons radiating gamma rays while circulating within the cosmic accelerator.

Somehow, with Alabamian excellence stretching as usual from the players to the coordinators to probably the water staff and surely back to the coach, one slender marvel of a 175-pound player radiated.

Stones can hold a lot of heat and radiate that warmth for a long time when properly insulated.

The smile on Heidi’s face, the love that radiated from her to everyone who had literally risked their lives to celebrate their mother.

From the summit, carrying the two-month-old fetus, Lakpa decided to keep the child, who “radiated and sparkled inside me.”

In the shadow of the Nazi era, anti-Semitism is seen as a cancer that must be radiated to prevent its spread.

Beyond the knitwear, colors radiated in the collection mostly through outerwear.

It radiated determination and purpose, while leaving the critical options open.

But they radiated joy as the first women to represent their nation at the games.

In Edinburgh we were near the center from which Scott's vast influences radiated.

We know of no place in the town whose religious influence has been more actively radiated.

The reddish, stony and parched ground, radiated the torrid heat of the sun that was westerning behind the hills.

Joy and the excitement of triumph radiated from the charming features of the baker's wife.

From the bottom of the Yarrow shaft radiated numerous empty galleries.


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