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Drive through dust or precipitation, and those roof lights will also refract off those particles right in front of your eyes.
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The color is an intense hue that may resemble the blue generated by light refracted through a clear crystal.
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It’s a question weighed and refracted in a thousand different ways in Danielle Evans’s “The Office of Historical Corrections,” a magnificent, searing collection of six stories and a novella.
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Throughout the process, Rushing says, the focus was on refracting the essence, not the specifics, of the 1960 classic.
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The rays of the sun are refracted on the light grey sandy carpet, and are reflected back with scorching power.
Hewn out of the solid rock, a smooth and glistening pavement refracted those noon-day beams like burnished metal.
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Light from the picture is refracted within the eyes, forming an image on each retina.
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Meanwhile the first days after Deering's departure wore a soft, refracted light like the radiance lingering after sunset.
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In the past, however, light refracted and unrefracted has been a constant stimulus to responsive actions.
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For one ray the angle of refraction is so large that the refracted ray is parallel to the surface.
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