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The glorious sun of a summer's day poured its rays upon a glittering host.

That Light fills the earth, but here it shineth in darkness that obstructs its rays.

The sun pours its rays into the unclean streets, the thermometer registers eighty in the shade.

London's UnderworldThomas Holmes

From loss of blood and the exposure of the sun's rays, he called loudly for water.

History of Kershaw's BrigadeD. Augustus Dickert

They could see fish in great numbers in the pure water illumined by the sun's rays.

What the Moon Saw: and Other TalesHans Christian Andersen

Realizing the truth of this, Roderick snapped on his light and sent its rays gleaming straight down the corridor.

The Red LureRoy J. Snell

Without the interference of the air, their rays met the eye steadily and much of the effect of comparative distance was lost.

The Skylark of SpaceEdward Elmer Smith and Lee Hawkins Garby

Because the rays of light that pass through the water are reflected in a different degree to those that pass through the air.

As they passed through the shrubbery, he saw distinctly the rays of a lamp stream from Constantia's window.

The BuccaneerMrs. S. C. Hall

At many of the windows—our weakest points to withstand the rays—insulated fabric shields were hung like curtains.

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