sun vs son

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Definitions

  • 1) The star around which Earth and other planets orbit. It provides heat and light to Earth. It has a mean distance from Earth of about 150 million kilometers (93 million miles), a diameter of approximately 1,392,000 kilometers (865,000 miles), and a mass about 335,000 times that of Earth.
  • 2) A star that is the center of a planetary system.
  • 3) The radiant energy, especially heat and visible light, emitted by the sun; sunshine.
  • 4) A sunlike object, representation, or design.
  • 5) (Mach.) See Sun and planet wheels, above.
  • 6) (Zoöl.) a species of bear (Helarctos Malayanus) native of Southern Asia and Borneo. It has a small head and short neck, and fine short glossy fur, mostly black, but brownish on the nose. It is easily tamed. Called also bruang, and Malayan bear.
  • 7) (Bot.) See sunn.
  • 8) (Zoöl.) any one of several species of starfishes belonging to Solaster, Crossaster, and allied genera, having numerous rays.
  • 9) (Zoöl.) See Heliozoa.
  • 10) (Zoöl.) the squeteague.
  • 11) in the world; on earth.
  • 12) (Zoöl.) a Brazilian humming bird (Heliactin cornutus). Its head is ornamented by two tufts of bright colored feathers, fiery crimson at the base and greenish yellow at the tip. Called also Horned hummer.
  • 13) a picture taken by the agency of the sun's rays; a photograph.
  • 14) That which resembles the sun, as in splendor or importance; any source of light, warmth, or animation.
  • 15) (Med.) the condition of fever produced by sun stroke.
  • 16) (Zoöl.) any small lustrous beetle of the genus Amara.
  • 17) (Med.) exposure of a patient to the sun's rays; insolation.
  • 18) The luminous orb, the light of which constitutes day, and its absence night; the central body round which the earth and planets revolve, by which they are held in their orbits, and from which they receive light and heat. Its mean distance from the earth is about 92,500,000 miles, and its diameter about 860,000.
  • 19) (Zoöl.) a South American humming bird of the genus Heliangelos, noted for its beautiful colors and the brilliant luster of the feathers of its throat.
  • 20) The direct light or warmth of the sun; sunshine.
  • 21) (Mach.) an ingenious contrivance for converting reciprocating motion, as that of the working beam of a steam engine, into rotatory motion. It consists of a toothed wheel (called the sun wheel), firmly secured to the shaft it is desired to drive, and another wheel (called the planet wheel) secured to the end of a connecting rod. By the motion of the connecting rod, the planet wheel is made to circulate round the central wheel on the shaft, communicating to this latter a velocity of revolution the double of its own.
  • 22) (Astron.) dark spots that appear on the sun's disk, consisting commonly of a black central portion with a surrounding border of lighter shade, and usually seen only by the telescope, but sometimes by the naked eye. They are very changeable in their figure and dimensions, and vary in size from mere apparent points to spaces of 50,000 miles in diameter. The term sun spots is often used to include bright spaces (called faculæ) as well as dark spaces (called maculæ). Called also solar spots. See Illustration in Appendix.
  • 23) (Zoöl.) a singular South American bird (Eurypyga helias), in some respects related both to the rails and herons. It is beautifully variegated with white, brown, and black. Called also sunbird, and tiger bittern.
  • 24) (Zoöl.) the finfoot.
  • 25) Any heavenly body which forms the center of a system of orbs.
  • 26) any star around which a planetary system revolves
  • 27) a person considered as a source of warmth or energy or glory etc
  • 28) first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship by most Christians
  • 29) the star that is the source of light and heat for the planets in the solar system
  • 30) The rising of the sun; sunrise; day.
  • 31) A Japanese measure of length, equal to of a meter, or 1.19 inches.
  • 32) The central body of the solar system, around which the earth and other planets revolve, retained in their orbits by its attraction, and supplied with energy by its radiance.
  • 33) A revolution of the earth round the sun; a year.
  • 34) In electric lighting, a group of incandescent lamps arranged concentrically under a reflector at, near, or in the ceiling of a room or auditorium.
  • 35) See sunn.
  • 36) An amended spelling of son.
  • 37) The sunshine; a sunny place; a place where the beams of the sun fall: as, to stand in the sun (that is, to stand where the direct rays of the sun fall).
  • 38) Anything eminently splendid or luminous : that which is the chief source of light, honor, glory, or prosperity.
  • 39) The luminary or orb which constitutes the center of any system of worlds: as, the fixed stars may be suns in their respective systems.
  • 40) In heraldry, a bearing representing the sun, usually surrounded by rays.
  • 41) expose to the rays of the sun or affect by exposure to the sun
  • 42) To expose oneself or itself to the sun.
  • 43) To expose to the sun's rays, as for warming, drying, or tanning.
  • 44) To expose to the sun's rays; to warm or dry in the sun
  • 45) (under the sun) On the earth; in the world.
  • 46) (in the sun) In the public eye.

Definitions

  • 1) A male person who has such a close relationship with an older or otherwise more authoritative person that he can be regarded as a son of the other person.
  • 2) A male descendant.
  • 3) A male child, a boy or man in relation to his parents; one's male offspring.
  • 4) A male person considered to have been significantly shaped by some external influence.
  • 5) A familiar address to a male person from an older or otherwise more authoritative person.
  • 6) A male adopted person in relation to his adoption parents.
  • 7) UK, colloquial A friendly address to a person of equal authority.
  • 8) Used as a familiar form of address for a young man.
  • 9) Christianity The second person of the Trinity.
  • 10) One personified or regarded as a male descendant.
  • 11) A man considered as if in a relationship of child to parent.
  • 12) One's male child.
  • 13) Jesus Christ, the Savior; -- called the Son of God, and the Son of man.
  • 14) The produce of anything.
  • 15) A native or inhabitant of some specified place.
  • 16) Any young male person spoken of as a child; an adopted male child; a pupil, ward, or any other young male dependent.
  • 17) A male descendant, however distant; hence, in the plural, descendants in general.
  • 18) A male child; the male issue, or offspring, of a parent, father or mother.
  • 19) See School of the prophets, under Prophet.
  • 20) the divine word of God; the second person in the Trinity (incarnate in Jesus)
  • 21) a male human offspring
  • 22) In the New Testament, Christ as the promised Messiah.
  • 23) In the years preceding the revolution, one of associations formed to forward the American cause.
  • 24) One adopted into a family; any young male dependent; any person in whom the relation of a son to a parent is perceived or imagined.
  • 25) A person or thing born or produced, in relation to the producing soil, country, or the like.
  • 26) A form of the termination -tion, in some words derived through Old French, as in benison, malison, venison, reason, season, treason, etc. See -tion.
  • 27) An original spelling of sound.
  • 28) One of the secret associations, similar to the Knights of the Golden Circle, formed in the North during the civil war, for the purpose of giving aid to the Confederacy.
  • 29) A person whose character partakes so much of some quality or characteristic as to suggest the relationship of son and parent: as, sons of light; sons of pride; the son of perdition.
  • 30) A male child; the male issue of a parent, father or mother.
  • 31) One of Christ's followers; one of the regenerate.

Examples

  • 1) It is hard to imagine any writing about sun and surf being quite so dry.
  • 2) You can watch the full video at sun motors.
  • 3) You could slide the roof back to dine under the sun or stars.
  • 4) The sun shines a light on your hidden strengths and inspires you to use them.
  • 5) Walk fully clothed to your sun lounger.
  • 6) The little leaves go and follow the sun across the sky.
  • 7) This means that it may help to protect against sun damage.
  • 8) The sun is high and the flowers are in bloom.
  • 9) Our days begin early to beat the heat of the sun.
  • 10) The sun will warm key relationships at work and home and you can end misunderstandings between friends.
  • 11) Jamaica is trying hard to position itself as the new place in the sun.
  • 12) When the sun goes down the creatures come out.
  • 13) The sun provides the earth with more energy in an hour than humanity uses in a year.
  • 14) Top up your tan on the sun deck or have a dip in one of the pools.
  • 15) Your first appearance on the beach or sun lounger is crucial.
  • 16) We simply cannot afford to compete with countries where there is sun all year round.
  • 17) She had also packed four litres of sun cream.
  • 18) Plant in full sun or partial shade.
  • 19) The stars displace the sun without a sound.
  • 20) The sun shines a light on something in your home with an unexpected value.
  • 21) Good intentions turn into action now the sun inspires you to make a commitment to a fitness plan.
  • 22) Solar eclipses occur when the moon lines up between the Earth and the sun.
  • 23) Perhaps she was waiting to feel the heat of the sun's rays against her cheeks.
  • 24) Offshore targets Is the sun about to set on tax havens?
  • 25) It captures the sun's energy and converts it into an electrical current that can power lights or small appliances.
  • 26) ‘Venus orbits around the sun faster than the earth, which also has a longer distance to cover.’
  • 27) ‘In 1705 Halley showed that the comet, which is now called after him, moved in an elliptical orbit round the sun.’
  • 28) ‘Copernicus must surely have had it in mind when he came up with the idea that the earth orbited the sun.’
  • 29) ‘Galileo was charged with heresy by the Christian church for having the temerity to suggest that the earth went round the sun.’
  • 30) ‘One of his ideas was that the movement of the Earth round the sun meant that the Earth moved towards and then away from the star causing it to brighten and fade.’
  • 31) ‘Ptolemy's view that all planets and the sun orbited the earth, was no longer a real option.’
  • 32) ‘This is nonsense, because time is a man-made convention based on the movement of the earth about its axis and orbit around the sun.’
  • 33) ‘They found a Jupiter-like planet orbiting a sun-like star at nearly the same distance that Jupiter orbits our sun.’
  • 34) ‘The values he gave were inaccurate but he wrote that earth rotates at its axis and revolves round the sun.’
  • 35) ‘Meteors are usually pieces of asteroids which orbit the sun between Mars and Jupiter.’
  • 36) ‘Does the fact that Aristotle was a slave-owner who judged the sun to move round the earth diminish the genius of his poetic theory?’
  • 37) ‘Lunar eclipses occur when the sun, earth and moon are lined up, and the moon moves into the earth's shadow.’
  • 38) ‘The Kuiper belt is an icy disk of debris orbiting the sun, beyond Neptune, and is the original home of many comets.’
  • 39) ‘In cultures where the seasons do not change and the sun is strong year round, the sun is worshiped with great pyramids and blood sacrifices.’
  • 40) ‘To Pope Urban VIII in the seventeenth century, it was both common sense and a matter of faith that the sun revolved around the earth.’
  • 41) ‘Troms's polar location results in bright summers when the sun never sets and long, dark winters when day never breaks.’
  • 42) ‘Make sure you head back to the city in good time, though, you would not want to get stuck in this wilderness, even in the late spring and summer when the sun hardly sets.’
  • 43) ‘I was walking in those woods on Christmas Day just as the sun was going down.’
  • 44) ‘Even though it was a winter wedding, the sun smiled down on proceedings all day.’
  • 45) ‘There is not one track on this album that doesn't pay ultimate tribute to the sun and the glory it brings to our lives.’
  • 46) ‘A planetary scientist at the California Institute of Technology has discovered the first extrasolar planet under three suns in the constellation Cygnus.’
  • 47) ‘Remember, our solar system is contained within the Milky Way galaxy which in turn is comprised of many other planets, suns and stars!’
  • 48) ‘Astronomers hope to study the structure and evolution of the Universe, and to search for planetary systems around other suns.’
  • 49) ‘Circles are the subject matter of her new work and she uses them to explore her fascination with planets, moons, suns, fireballs and comets.’
  • 50) ‘Another treat, this time for sci-fi fans, is David Twohy's Pitch Black, an unexpectedly creepy film set on a planet with three suns during its first total eclipse for 20-odd years.’
  • 51) ‘Did you know that stars are all suns, like our sun?’
  • 52) ‘Around stars where the light that reaches us started out only hundreds or thousands of years ago, the South African Large Telescope can search for planets around suns too distant for lesser telescopes.’
  • 53) ‘Astronomers are now finding compelling evidence that smaller and smaller planets orbit distant suns.’
  • 54) ‘How can you anyone think, with all the countless billions of suns in the universe, that we could be alone?’
  • 55) ‘The only light was shining in from the viewing window, from two of the planet's suns; the third hadn't yet risen.’
  • 56) ‘A Caltech researcher has identified a planet that has three suns.’
  • 57) ‘Sato's daytime photos lack the automatic surrealism of his night shots, but the best of them make up for it with the strange comedy of his effort to create a universe with multiple suns, mirror in hand.’
  • 58) ‘The LBT will be used for everything from tracing the universe back to its origins to trying to capture visual images of planets circling distant suns.’
  • 59) ‘In fact, there were quite a few stories about planets with two suns.’
  • 60) ‘He also claimed that the stars were other suns and that space was infinite.’
  • 61) ‘It seemed that it was nearing dawn, although how long night would be on a planet with two suns I didn't know.’
  • 62) ‘In the ancient teaching all planetary spheres, including suns, are septempartite (seven-fold) in nature, the same as a human is said to be.’
  • 63) ‘The stars, he said, were nothing more than other suns, and our sun was nothing more than a nearby star.’
  • 64) ‘Would the writer contend that, if any planet had a sun as ours does, it would teem with life as the Earth does?’
  • 65) ‘All except for 47 Ursae Majoris are gas giants orbiting closer to their suns than Mercury orbits our sun.’
  • 66) ‘Plant it in an area which receives full sun, digging it into soil which has been improved with the addition of compost and manure.’
  • 67) ‘Buy them in bloom, and plant them in full sun (light afternoon shade in hot climates).’
  • 68) ‘It compensated for standing in the hot sun without proper food or water for five days!’
  • 69) ‘And the little mammal makes her way out in the morning sun, looking for food to raise her youngsters.’
  • 70) ‘With no shelter from the sun, and little food or water, people became ill.’
  • 71) ‘So, leaving Ben to schmooze over a free lunch we got a ride downtown and enjoyed some welcome healthy food in the sun.’
  • 72) ‘Deciduous trees or vines will allow partial access to the winter sun and shade in summer.’
  • 73) ‘What can I put on the windows to keep the heat in the room for the winter and keep the sun out in the summer?’
  • 74) ‘Many of those dissenting voices seem to wonder how, given the precarious financial situation, the players can jet off to the sun for four days.’
  • 75) ‘It occupies a narrow bed running alongside a path which gets the afternoon sun in summer, but little in winter when the sun is lower in the sky.’
  • 76) ‘But my child is only young, and is unable to apply lotion or cream properly and regularly in order to be protected from the sun on a hot summer day.’
  • 77) ‘It was our first clear day; the sun was turning the tops of the peaks gold.’
  • 78) ‘The next day the sun came back, and it didn't rain again the entire trip.’
  • 79) ‘The 25-year-old was due to attend the court last month but the judge was told he had taken his partner and their child to the sun for ten days.’
  • 80) ‘Balanced charm is what this wine does best: an easy sophistication, like lying in the sun on a winter's morning.’
  • 81) ‘The promenade was often crowded with gentlemen and ladies, shaded from the summer sun by parasols, and children scurrying on the beach.’
  • 82) ‘It is like working on a chain gang in the hot sun, all day long.’
  • 83) ‘A 15 to 30 minute tanning session is equivalent to an entire day spent in the sun.’
  • 84) ‘The pool was usually filled with swimmers, spellbound by the cool shower that tamed the summer sun.’
  • 85) ‘Forget your lazy day at the beach; forget a sweltering day in the sun; I'm going sailing.’
  • 86) ‘There is little doubt that Erris deserve their day in the sun but what made this victory extra special was the manner in which it was achieved.’
  • 87) ‘The sun of the Roman Empire set, so to speak, in the East, and it is to Byzantium we must turn our eyes for the continuation of the art of horsemanship as of the Fine Arts.’
  • 88) ‘When the sun of the Stuarts set forever on the bloody plain of Culloden, Prince Charlie fled the stricken field with a few followers to the mountain fastnesses of Scotland.’
  • 89) ‘After many suns the fighting stopped and the people came back again, but the beautiful valley of the great river was all changed.’
  • 90) ‘Five suns passed, and still another five suns had risen and set, and yet no braves returned.’
  • 91) ‘Before any more suns set, before opportunists destroy the ethical science-based practice of medicine, before our children abandon the dream of practicing medicine, let us pledge to stand shoulder to shoulder and march forward toward our goal.’
  • 92) ‘For the Indian security forces, whose speedboats, armed with heavy machine guns, cruised past visitors sunning themselves on the lake's famous house boats, the coming of summer means just one thing: the start of the fighting season.’
  • 93) ‘Tuck into clotted cream and freshly baked scones while sunning yourself on the terrace overlooking the beach.’
  • 94) ‘While other children were sunning themselves on beaches in Brittany or sending postcards from Greece, we were getting drenched at Culloden or counting midge-bites by Loch Arkaig.’
  • 95) ‘When the campers arrive in Varna and Balchik, they will not just be sunning themselves on the beach.’
  • 96) ‘It's late summer in Dresden and the locals are sunning themselves on the beach.’
  • 97) ‘Editors and managing directors can theoretically produce the papers for weeks on end while the owner suns himself in Palm Beach or the South of France.’
  • 98) ‘Even if you're not sunning yourself at the beach, the sun's UV rays are still powerful enough to do permanent damage, especially to children's sensitive skin.’
  • 99) ‘Of course while I'm sunning myself on the beach next week, I'll be sure to think of you all in the office. you never know, you might even get a post card.’
  • 100) ‘There seemed to be countless possibilities, but in the end I chose to embark on a two week mission to Romania over a couple of weeks sunning myself on a beach.’
  • 101) ‘Sea turtles with shells the size of manhole covers sun themselves on the beach.’
  • 102) ‘There was an oversized red lizard sunning itself on a rock, a wolf was in the shade of a giant tree drinking from the river, an eagle was perched in a tree above the wolf, and a dolphin was in the river.’
  • 103) ‘You can spend hours combing the waters edge surfacing and sunning for a while at any one of many exit docks where there are chairs to enjoy the green jungle view.’
  • 104) ‘I'm mostly sleeping and eating and drinking and reading and sunning.’
  • 105) ‘Rest days pass swimming in the crystal-clear pools of the Merced River, sunning on midstream boulders, watching trout flicker here and there.’
  • 106) ‘He and his lovely wife, Deedee, have settled into a serene retirement where their days consist of shopping, eating and sunning.’
  • 107) ‘The camera follows her heading home on a dirt road, exchanging greetings with an old man squatting on a haystack, and passing old women sunning at the village boundary stones.’
  • 108) ‘Floor plans for the Terrace Lofts are similar to those of the Main Street Lofts, but with an added emphasis on outdoor entertaining or sunning on oversized terraces.’
  • 109) ‘And then the curtains parted to reveal the hotel's roofdeck, where a half a dozen gorgeous women in highly-experimental bikinis were sunning and oiling themselves and each other.’
  • 110) ‘I loved the endless hours I spent splashing in streams, eating blackberries off the bush, catching trout, walking the woods, sunning on rocks, listening to banjos and dulcimers.’
  • 111) ‘Reluctantly motoring out of the slough, we stopped a few times to ogle alligators, huge and small, sunning on the banks, draped across fallen logs or floating quietly in the shallows.’
  • 112) ‘This can actually lessen the burden of sunning the plants once a while.’
  • 113) ‘Like many other Shanghai residents, housewife Sheng Chongming has sunned clothes and quilts from her balcony for dozens of years.’
  • 114) ‘I've seen one neighbor's cat writhing around on the sidewalk and yowling while my cat sunned his fat stomach in our driveway, unfazed.’
  • 115) ‘Looking after valuables, wallets, watches, rings, mobile phones, carrying kit bags, serving meals and drinks, sunning out sweaty clothes are some of his daily duties.’
  • 116) ‘The other memory is of a small group of turkey vultures that, every morning, sunned their wings in a dead oak tree next to our house in Oakland where I grew up.’

Examples

  • 1) This time it was her son, Juliao, who occupied the foreground of her mind.
  • 2) For all the father knows, this letter could possibly be the last words he ever conveys to his son.
  • 3) Granting _alleyn_ to be rightly put for alone, no ancient writer, I apprehend, ever used such a phrase as this; any more than we should now say -- _my son alone_ for _my only son_.
  • 4) During the celebrated Peninsular campaign, as a lady, whose son, a French officer in Spain, was seated in her room, she was astonished to perceive the folding doors at the bottom of the apartment slowly open, and disclose to her eyes, _her son_.
  • 5) But if she was childless, the next of kin of her husband must beget one son by her; he did not _marry_ her, and his connection with her _ceased on the birth of a son_.
  • 6) It's kep 'by a widder woman whose on'y son -- _red-'aired son_ -- went to sea twenty-three years ago, at the age o' fourteen, an 'was never' eard of arterwards.
  • 7) "Ye have forgotten the exhortation which speaketh unto you as unto sons, My son, despise not thou the chastening of the Lord, nor faint when thou art rebuked of him; for whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth, and _scourgeth every son_ whom he receiveth."
  • 8) He copied this stone on 13th September 1855, noting in his diary that Henrietta sketched the church while he copied and translated the inscription which ran as follows -- _Thorleifr Nitki raised this Cross to Fiak, son of his brother's son_, the date being 1084 or 1194 A.D. CHAPTER XXVIII
  • 9) 'The Angel of the Lord said unto Abraham, Because thou hast done this thing, and hast not _withheld_ thy son, _thine only son_, from Me, therefore blessing I will bless thee,' etc.
  • 10) None but a child could become a son; the idea is -- a spiritual coming of age; _only when the child is a man is he really and fully a son_.
  • 11) Gerock (p. 20) thinks that Zacharias 'prayer was not for a son of his own, but for an adopted son– as, for instance, the future husband of Mary who might become his heir, and hence accounts for his surprise and unbelief at the announcement of John.
  • 12) The duties of a father are not the same as those of a son; is the word therefore wholly equivocal when we speak of one person as a _good father_, and another as a _good son_?
  • 13) ‘Throughout their relationship, they had been the main parents to four sons, all of whom had been conceived in previous marriages.’
  • 14) ‘In many cultures, the couple relationship is secondary to the relationship with parents, especially between sons and mothers.’
  • 15) ‘A lecturer who survived the tsunami disaster lost her husband, both her sons and her parents in the tragedy.’
  • 16) ‘One of the messages read simply: ‘In memory of all those who lost their lives from very grateful parents whose two sons were saved.’’
  • 17) ‘Parents with three daughters are about 10% more likely to get divorced than parents of three sons.’
  • 18) ‘As the parents of three sons, my wife and I strived to teach them right from wrong and to tell the truth when asked a question regarding a wrong done to others.’
  • 19) ‘And some relatives don't even know where their parents, brothers or sons are being held.’
  • 20) ‘The data forces us to believe that urban, modern parents prefer sons.’
  • 21) ‘The parents of two sons still make regular weekend visits to the parlor.’
  • 22) ‘It was earlier decided by the committee that only married sons with both parents should be included.’
  • 23) ‘Your problem is similar to that of parents whose sons show some talent on the football pitch.’
  • 24) ‘Family dramas never die and this one tells the tale of two devoted parents and their four sons.’
  • 25) ‘Every good wish to the proud parents and their son for the future.’
  • 26) ‘Alex is the son of British-Bulgarian parents, with an English mother, and a Bulgarian father.’
  • 27) ‘The only people who have my home phone number are my work, my parents and my son's mother - I wonder which one of them it could have been?’
  • 28) ‘But Daniel was also a caring son who did his parents' garden and helped out at the pensioners' Christmas party.’
  • 29) ‘I was born and brought up here, the eldest son of Irish parents.’
  • 30) ‘In the early nineties, I gave birth to a son and like all parents I do sometimes wonder what the future holds for him.’
  • 31) ‘Three years ago, his parents lost their son Michael, 14, in a road accident.’
  • 32) ‘We are friendly with our neighbours, with people at work, and with the kids and parents at our son's school.’
  • 33) ‘This is the land, which until now was being held by sons and descendants of our colonial oppressors at our expense.’
  • 34) ‘Noah is a descendant of Adam, so we're all sons of Adam, too.’
  • 35) ‘God the Father gave His son, Jesus Christ, to die for sinners because He loved us.’
  • 36) ‘These statements make it evident that Christ is not a son by the grace of adoption.’
  • 37) ‘Hence it is said right now to be translated into the kingdom of His dear son.’
  • 38) ‘He is able to overcome the greatest obstacles in order to advance the glorious kingdom of his son.’
  • 39) ‘Rather, we are to go and teach them, baptising them in the name of the Father, and of the son, and of the Holy Ghost.’
  • 40) ‘‘This is Snoop Dogg's corner,’ he says, referring to one of Long Beach's more famous native sons.’
  • 41) ‘Now, basketball officials the world over embrace the notion of their native sons playing in the NBA, given the long-term developmental benefits.’
  • 42) ‘The crowd fed off the energy their native sons were generating, with an awe-inspiring roar of approval.’
  • 43) ‘It was bound to an all Yorkshire affair because the other two semi-finalists were also native sons.’
  • 44) ‘So when the two native sons faced each other they weren't going to give an inch.’
  • 45) ‘A native son, he received his forestry degree from the University of New Brunswick in 1926.’
  • 46) ‘Inside Alabama is an exceptionally readable history of Alabama written by a native son.’
  • 47) ‘I am their native son whom beneficial fate had sent to America and who had not forgotten them.’
  • 48) ‘He is providing a great service and the County Board certainly owes it to its native sons and daughters living outside the county to be able to tune in, happy that they will find out how their old clubs are doing.’
  • 49) ‘The heartbeat of a tranquil and proud village thumped with a louder beat when native sons and daughters turned out in force to pay tribute to one of the own who had reached the promised land.’
  • 50) ‘Now the city's native sons and daughters are speculating on how that complex culture will change in the wake of hurricanes Katrina and Rita.’
  • 51) ‘In Wadowice, Poland, people left school and work early and headed for church to pray for their native son.’
  • 52) ‘The list of names is not exhaustive and many may be surprised by the non-appearance of some of Newry's famous sons, including the late actor and teacher Séan Hollywood.’
  • 53) ‘Bolton will shortly be celebrating the 250th anniversary of the birth of one of its most famous sons, Samuel Crompton.’
  • 54) ‘However York seems to be more than happy to celebrate one of its most famous sons…’
  • 55) ‘A bronze bust of one of Tenby's most famous sons, Augustus John, has just been bought by the town's museum and art gallery.’
  • 56) ‘One of Cumbria's most famous sons is highlighting the plight of the region's threatened farmland birds.’
  • 57) ‘A book written by one of Ulverston's famous sons about a landmark case in naval history is to be relaunched next month.’
  • 58) ‘A legal wrangle over a seaside town's plans to honour one of its most famous sons with a commemorative plaque is set to be resolved today.’
  • 59) ‘He was keen to stick up for one of the town's few famous sons.’
  • 60) ‘The likes of Aimé Guibert, meanwhile, come across as men genetically at one with their environment, as authentic sons of the wine soil.’
  • 61) ‘Then you'll be a man, my son, and what's more, you'll be able to sleep at night.’
  • 62) ‘Ah, now, leave well enough alone, my son, surely what you have is more than enough to go on.’
  • 63) ‘‘Hold on a minute, son,’ he said and the engines started and ran up on to the sand.’
  • 64) ‘If they would have came to me and said, hey, son, why don't we come into my office and talk?’
  • 65) ‘We're the The Sweeney, son, and we haven't had any dinner - you've kept us waiting.’
  • 66) ‘Well I hope you're a method actor, son, because you're really going to enjoy this.’
  • 67) ‘We know you are sick in the head, son, and sure as night follows day, smoking cigars not help.’
  • 68) ‘Don't behave like a drunken grope artist in front of a room full of journalists, son.’
  • 69) ‘After all, there's a war on, son!’
  • 70) ‘Well here we go, happy birthday Karin's dad - and I'd put your foot down if I were you, son.’
  • 71) ‘It works both ways, although I have to say I think you're clutching at straws a bit there, son.’
  • 72) ‘Well that's the best way to cope - you can keep your retreats and your yogic breathing, just get slaughtered, son!’
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