How To Use Moon In A Sentence

  • He specialized in moonlit and winter scenes, usually including a sheet of water and sometimes also involving the light of a fire, and he also painted sunsets and views at dawn or twilight.
  • Cornwall, the which abbeie Henrie de la Pomerey chasing out the moonks, had fortified against the king, and hearing newes of the kings returne home, died (as it was thought) for méere gréefe and feare. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (6 of 12) Richard the First
  • They spent their honeymoon adventurously cruising on a motorcycle, Nona riding comfortably in the side-car. Archive 2009-01-01
  • Mao was your typical twentieth century despot, and only moon-eyed Communists would beg to differ. Chairman Mao in a Dress Not Funny?
  • Daniel Defoe, The Consoli - dator: or Memoirs and Sundry Transactions from the World in the Moon (London, 1705). COSMIC VOYAGES
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  • Jade, which was recovered from the river when its reflection was seen in the moonlight, was an important commodity.
  • He was asleep on the window, looking angelic as the moonlight shone in, making his skin a smooth pale lucid colour.
  • Call me a moon-eyed dreamer: I still believe the work of the serious writer will be recognized for what it is, whether it takes place examples chosen only for clarity and expediency in Ambergris, or 351 West 52 St New York City Apt # D RIGHT NOW, dammit. Evil Monkey on Fantasy
  • The planet Pluto is comparable in size to the moon.
  • The moon passing through the outer region of the Earth's shadow, known as the penumbra, will be visible from Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia's west coast at Stars and Stripes
  • This means the circumference is about 1000 meters, so v is 1000 meters per minute, which yields a simulated gravity about 1/6 of Earth's -- the same as the moon (though the people inside move as though the gravity is Earth-normal). 8/1/08: Launch Pad, day 2
  • For all their rough-and-tumble, burly-bully image, I haven't yet met one who doesn't go all moony over a good painting.
  • Of course they spoke of their brew as if it were a medicinal cure-all when in reality they produced highly refined and greatly prized moonshine.
  • He is almost 30, his name is Toji, and he lives in Shizuoka, Moon’s hometown. Let’s Die Together
  • Chandler said the surf got enormous on a weekend, bringing in the monster numbers of moon jellyfish (technically known as aurelia aurita). Oregon Coast Travel, Tourism, Science, Entertainment News - Breaking News from the Oregon Coast
  • The American troops come home in disgrace and the American military is taunted and ridiculed by the American media, global media, Islamic terrorists, and the moonbats here and aborad. Sound Politics: What It Means
  • A rare total eclipse of the moon will make your emotions a useful bit tougher and ambitions stronger. The Sun
  • No part of the lunar globe became visible in relief against circumfluous solar radiance on any of the plates exposed at Grenada; and what vestiges of "structure" there were, came out almost better _upon_ the moon than _beside_ her, thus stamping themselves at once as of atmospheric origin. A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Fourth Edition
  • Interrupted by just the squat Marble Mountains, we sit insignificantly at the hub of a huge disc of sand curving to every horizon, beneath a dome of stars and the ghostly light of a thin crescent moon.
  • You might consider doing this ritual destruction on a New Moon, as it is a phase of the moon commonly held in association with new beginnings.
  • The full moon instilling some notion of romanticism in the minds of the stupid humans.
  • Then the pleasant little surprises of all kinds that we imagined; and the pleasant looks that greet us when we condescend to accept them; the patience that can translate our most unwarrantable "crossness", because there has been some trifling difficulty in obtaining the half of a star or the corner of a moon which it had pleased us to require, into "such a good sign of being really better"; and then our appetite (which the gods know is at that season singularly keen), how is it not tempted with unutterable dainties and friande morsels, all sorts of amateur cookery in our behalf, where Love himself has not disdained to turn the spit, and look into the stewpan! and all served up so gracefully on the small tray, covered with its delicate white damask cloth, arraying with more than mortal charms the moulds of crystal jelly and pure-looking blanc mange! Zoe: The History of Two Lives
  • It's difficult to conceive of living on the moon.
  • The primavera's sap rises and falls, not with the seasons, but with the phases of moon.
  • The total eclipse begins when the Moon is fully inside the umbra, but it won't be completely blacked out.
  • They may be square in shape like ravioli or in half-moon or oblong shapes.
  • With the moon cozying up to Venus in a special way this week, you could be thinking about making a big move too.
  • If that were so, there would be no need to keep its constantly moving location a secret or to hold it only when the moon is down, during that time some call the shallows of night. beneath an opal moon
  • When louted low the Moon at full to buss the Earth. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Public and private opinion wilted before the simoon of calamitous report. Hidden Treasures Or, Why Some Succeed While Others Fail
  • The letters were carved in a cramped scrawl, moonlight etching the crevices and staining the shadows silver.
  • The moons will look like pinpoints of light lined up on either side of the planet.
  • Here is a road seen between sunset and moonrise: "... all that remained of day was a beamless amber light along the west: but I could see every pebble on the path, and every blade of grass, by the light of that splendid moon". The Three Brontës
  • There were brighter pictures, of early Mexican-Californian life, a pastel of twilight eucalyptus with a sunset-tipped mountain beyond, by Reimers, a moonlight by Peters, and a Griffin stubble-field across which gleamed and smoldered California summer hills of tawny brown and purple-misted, wooded canyons. CHAPTER VIII
  • Thus, among many of the tribes the sun is wakanda — not _the_ wakanda or _a_ wakanda, but simply wakanda; and among the same tribes the moon is wakanda, and so is thunder, lightning, the stars, the winds, the cedar, and various other things; even The Siouan Indians
  • She had waited here in the orchard since dawn and she was prepared to go on waiting until moonset if necessary. The Night Of the Solstice
  • The year was ushered in by starlit skies, a bright silvery moon and biting cold.
  • As we drew closer to the system I cut the engines and let the Moonshadow coast the rest of the way in.
  • ¿No es cierto, ángel de amor, Oh, my angel of love, do you see que en esta apartada orilla that on this secluded shore más pura la luna brilla the moon shines clear and pure Don Juan Tenorio
  • A spider web, revealing its geometric perfection, hung half across one corner of the rude casement; the moonbeams without were individualized in fine filar delicacy, like the ravellings of a silver skein. The Riddle Of The Rocks 1895
  • The small piece of gold glittered brightly in the moonlight, setting off the red ruby it encircled.
  • Roger is the furriest one, Peter is the skinniest, the Ox is the burliest, and Moonie has the most energy: he bounces in between the other three, never settling down or staying still. Going Mutant
  • For it is through believing that the sun rises and sets, the moon passes and wanes, the rain falls and sunbeams pour down that allows the order and sequence of events to happen.
  • how sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank
  • The smooth surface of the lake reflected back the brilliant moonlight.
  • Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.
  • In a sweeping half-moon behind me, the rugged, unspoiled Inishowen Peninsula rolls out across this little known spear of North West Ireland.
  • During the eclipse, the moon passed between the sun and the Earth, leaving a bright rim of fire.
  • By the end of their honeymoon the Haskins were only too pleased to find that Multavia did not boast a national airline.
  • The most beneficial effect of the power moon is being able to learn from the past without letting it hold you back. The Sun
  • An equipment failure of accident on the moon could have left the astronauts stranded.
  • The crew braces for shock, the boat shudders and a giant plume of boat wash is the only mark left in the faint moonlight as the boat races forward into harm's way.
  • (Score: 1) by mooner Tuesday, April 28 @ 12: 45: 56 EDT Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums
  • Overhead, the stars wheel in the heavens and a bright, bright moon shines down on the fields and on the house itself, for it's clear tonight.
  • He moonlights as a nightwatchman at the Meadowbank leisure centre in Edinburgh.
  • There was no sign of the Moon but the odd star managed to look down through gaps in the belts of cloud.
  • MOST people would happily live on the Moon if possible in 50 years. The Sun
  • That night, we anchored in Geneviz Limani - the Bay of the Genoese - and dined on the poop deck as the moon rose and the sound of the lapping tide echoed against the towering cliffs.
  • She was about fifty years old, with a moon face and pixie hairdo, wearing a light cotton kimono.
  • Wanting a decent job and a home is hardly asking for the moon.
  • The residents of a small seaside town are celebrating the anniversary of their town's birth when a pea souper comes rolling in with some ‘scary’ folk out for revenge on the wrongs that were done to them many moons ago.
  • “Unbend thy arblast, and come into the moonlight,” said the The Talisman
  • The stars gleaming and moon shining lit my way to the secluded hill as the noise of everyone behind me faded.
  • When the Moon is fully immersed in the umbra a total lunar eclipse occurs.
  • Manned Orbiting Laboratory gloves with sharkskin palms and sewn-in steel fingernails, so nimble that an astronaut could pick up a dime while wearing them, even when they were pressurized; long johns laced with plastic pipes, to water-cool the wearer; and box after box of headgear, including Armstrong's gold-visored external helmet, once thought to have been left on the moon. The Seattle Times
  • The handle was just a sharply carved crescent moon shape, crudely cut from a tarnishing piece of bronze.
  • To escape from the Moon's gravitational field, a sample must be accelerated to a velocity above 2.4 kilometres per second.
  • The vessel made a small orbit round the moon before launching itself into space at reasonable speeds.
  • A recent such program drew about two dozen pilots of high-performance and turbocharged Mooneys for a weekend in Washington, D.C. Some of the airplanes this group flies - all unpressurized - have service ceilings as high as 28,000 feet.
  • Darkness has now descended and the moon and stars shine hazily in the clear sky.
  • The moon revolves around the Earth.
  • The moon landing inaugurated a new era in space exploration.
  • It's a powerful magical tool, a moonstone sigil named Concealer, able to render a man invisible. IRONCROWN MOON: PART TWO OF THE BOREAL MOON TALE
  • If this is the case but there is no aspect, yet the planet to which the Moon applies is angular, the pregnancy will be successful.
  • That far north, the moon the midnight sun for 24 hours around the clock.
  • ` ` Mornin ', Mr. Babbitt!' 'said Moon, and Babbitt felt himself a person of importance, one whose name even busy garagemen remembered -- not one of these cheap-sports flying around in flivvers. Babbitt
  • It's been 33 years since humans have set foot on the moon or journeyed beyond the close orbit of the Earth.
  • Night always works better, but NO moon or little is optimal, some light is a pref for low light gear as it magnifys the ambient light. Cheeseburger Gothic » Gentlemen’s Club.
  • You could almost regard earth and moon as a double planet. The Sun
  • If you go to their site, they seem to be interested not so much in flying stuff to the moon but in selling beef jerky.
  • A plain surface of benty turf lay before him, bright in the moonlight, dangerous to cross, upon which a few sheep came and went. Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895
  • All the precious stones, except moonstone, opal and sphene, have at least the hardness of quartz, and can barely be scratched by metals, even by hard steel. Scientific American Supplement, No. 1082, September 26, 1896
  • All jellyfish have stinging tentacles to catch food but these moon jellies have only a short fringe along their outer edge. The Sun
  • Under the crystal bright light of a full moon their blue marble shined, iridescent.
  • A partial eclipse of the moon occurs when it is partly in the shadow.
  • Perhaps the most interesting piece illustrated is a brooch with a moonstone intaglio of Aurora within a diamond morning glory.
  • Anthe is a tiny "moon" only about 1km (0.6 miles) in diameter, it lies between the moons Mimas and Enceladus. Tom's Astronomy Blog
  • You could build a tower to the moon. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Moon could also become the principal astronomical observation platform in the solar system.
  • Behind is a huge, bright yellow full moon, and the grassy field underfoot is composed of green, blue, and brown.
  • We can do the Moon with that amount of money and our missive is at least one way to do that. Why the Moon? Here's Why. - NASA Watch
  • His eyes were as big as moons and his mouth was wide open. The Sun
  • In other wet news, the Cassini-Huygens probe successfully buzzed Saturns moon Enceladus yesterday at a height of 50 kilometers (30 miles) and a speed of 14.4 kilometers per second (32,000 miles per hour). Water, water…. somewhere? « Imaginary Potential
  • As the science of robotics advances, the search for resources and signs of life on distant planets and moons will be carried out increasingly by rovers and other robots.
  • Observations took place in clear weather and ended at midnight, prior to moonrise.
  • Ebou Dar seemed to be trying to make up for time lost yesterday, not to mention at High Chasaline and the Feast of Lights, and well it might, considering that tomorrow night was the Feast of Embers, with Maddin's Day, celebrating the founder of Altara, two days after that, and the Feast of the Half Moon the following night. A Crown of Swords
  • It got the name ‘moonshine’ during Prohibition after the light by which mash men tended their illegal stills.
  • A generation later, Empedocles and Anaxagoras hypothesized the cause of solar eclipses, namely the cloaking of the Sun in the shadow of the Moon. Daniel Bruno Sanz: Bad Moon, Burnt Qurans, Birthers and Flat Earthers
  • The moon is a celestial body.
  • Fish and whole forests died and water became non-potable, turning 30 kilometres of the river system into a moonscape.
  • This image evolved over the decades, and the moonshiner became fixed as a corncob-pipe-smoking craftsman filling stoneware jugs with a clear and tasty elixir while keeping an eye out for pesky revenuers. Hipster Moonshine
  • It may derive, distantly, from8 the ancient Greek practice of offering to Artemis, goddess of the hunt and of the moon, a round honey cake into which a candle was stuck.
  • Dreadful!" moaned Sister Ann. "Adnah goes about sighing all the day, and looks over-long in the mirror, and takes unseemly pains with her dressing, and does up her hair with flowers, and has feverishly pink cheeks, and likes to sit in a corner and brood, and takes long walks by herself, and especially, _especially_, seems fond of moonlight! The Wit and Humor of America, Volume V. (of X.)
  • A smooth-faced, moon-faced young man was smiling at her good-naturedly. Amateur Night
  • Coinciding with the moon landing of Apollo 11, the gates of Faerie flood open and Trods and balefires reawaken.
  • It used to be that a new manager enjoyed a honeymoon period. Times, Sunday Times
  • Your love life may be unusually action-packed, from surprise reunions to secret plans for a first or second honeymoon. The Sun
  • Asteroid-sourced raw materials will enable and catalyze the development of an Earth-Moon space economy and humankind's expansion into the solar system.
  • Intermittent intervals of moonlight would mean not having to use flashlights, when he and Larsen entered the enemy's territory.
  • Instead of looking up at an empty balcony, audiences can instead see a fake ceiling with a picture of trees reaching up to a moonlit cloudy night. Times, Sunday Times
  • She opened her eyes to look around the room she was in, but could only see dim shapes in the ghostly moonlight.
  • This is yet another example of the same twentypercentism which has us building single lane bypasses around market towns when floodlit motorways, visible from the moon, are needed.
  • Eastwood honeymooned in Carmel in 1953 and later bought a home there.
  • True, we are expected to moonwalk across the vast waters dividing technology from the masses and tiptoe back on egocentric eggshells, circumventing treacherous misunderstandings and political back-stabbing.
  • Yes, moon launches are spectacular, but the Space Shuttle would turn our spaceward fantasies into reality.
  • It was only a few months ago they were joking (half-joking) with us about landing Will Smith to star in their original sci-fi project, "Earth Vs. Moon. ‘Zombieland’ Writers Reportedly Scripting ‘G.I. Joe’ Sequel » MTV Movies Blog
  • we put in the darkness of the heart is called the moon dancing.
  • The audience learns to care about Kate from the first moment they see her, prepubescent and moony.
  • To-day I became strongly impressed with the idea, that the balloon was now actually running up the line of apsides to the point of perigee -- in other words, holding the direct course which would bring it immediately to the moon in that part of its orbit the nearest to the earth. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 1
  • Thin waning crescent Moon nearby on the 8th. Times, Sunday Times
  • Moondog is the ethereal moniker by which the Fifties Manhattan street musician Louis Hardin was known.
  • Moon River has an instrumental intro. The Sun
  • A full moon hovered in the sky.
  • Robert blinked in the sudden semi-darkness, the only illumination being the moonlight which shone through cracks in the curtains.
  • This means that the spaceship orbits slower than it would if the Moon wasn't there.
  • It once seemed inconceivable to everyone that men should travel to the moon.
  • After all, planetesimal sized portions of the Solar System cannot be considered to be orbiting the Earth, except in the obvious case of the Moon.
  • Half a century ago it's difficult to conceive of travelling to the moon.
  • A money moon gets cash flowing your way but tempts you to be too generous. The Sun
  • On a winter's night in the deserts of northern Mexico one might expect to hear the chilling cries of coyotes or solitary wolf baying at the moon.
  • He was holding a staff that was a bronze color, and was crested with a bronze moon.
  • Denise and her gleaming sunburst guitar are set to take the stage with some feel-good rhythms and tasty new melodies fresh from her new forthcoming album ‘The Tangerine Moon’.
  • The main cause is the tidal pull of the Moon, which has slowed the day length by about two hours over the past 400 million years.
  • Eclipses of the sun and the moon occur every six months.
  • Byng (who incidentally is the brother of Georgia Byng, author of the Molly Moon books for children) estimates the series will be completed in 2038! A Short History of Myth by Karen Armstrong: Book summary
  • Among the other Buddhist works is Suzuki Kiitsu ' s sublime 19th-century scroll painting of Sho-Kannon, who sits tranquilly on a floating lotus, backed by a golden moon and brilliant blue sky. In Search of Beauty
  • Jupiter has sixteen moons
  • Soft glints of moonlight reflected off broken glass pieces and onto their black coats, and I watched them for a minute, their muscles rippling under their skin.
  • The moon pales the stars with her brilliance.
  • In the words of Dr. Reid, "He maintains ... that there is no such thing as matter in the universe; that the sun and moon, earth and sea, our own bodies and those of our friends, are nothing but ideas in the minds of those who think of them, and that they have no existence when they are not objects of thought; that all that is in the universe may be reduced to two categories, to wit, _minds_ and _ideas in the mind_. English Literature, Considered as an Interpreter of English History Designed as a Manual of Instruction
  • We had reached the outer court by this, and were hurrying for the bridge that led to the pontlevis when we saw a tall man, his cuirass glittering like silver in the moonlight, step out of the shadow and signal to a trumpeter, who stood at his side. Orrain A Romance
  • If you mean the moon race, sure VB was central to that ... if you are referring to ballistic missiles, the Redstone, although first, was quickly obsoleted by solid fuel missiles that he had little to do with. What Would Wernher Do? - NASA Watch
  • A thin crescent moon hung in starlit skies, giving off just enough light for him to see by.
  • Peter kept his eyes on the road with great difficulty; he wanted to look at her with moonstruck eyes and experience her loveliness all over again.
  • Hadn't the Russians decided that Siberia-the old barless prison state of the czars and early Communists-was a more practical frontier than the moon? If the Stars are Gods
  • Day-break from mischief of what He did make from mischief of moon eclipse-showing and from mischief of witches on cord-knots blowing and from mischief of envier when envying. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • An important development of the early sixteenth century was the Apocalyptic image of her, standing in front of a sunburst, crowned with twelve stars, with at her feet a crescent moon.
  • It took her two years to ask him out but a sickle moon and a small drop of ‘friendship’ helped.
  • About the time of hibernation a few tunnies or other hibernating fishes are caught while swimming about, in particularly warm localities and in exceptionally fine weather, or on nights of full moon; for the fishes are induced (by the warmth or the light) to emerge for a while from their lair in quest of food. The History of Animals
  • The tidal solutions obtained from SLR and satellite altimetry are used to compute the secular changes in the Moon's orbit elements and the Earth rotation rate in the ecliptic reference system.
  • The Jovian moons Io and Europa are about the same size as Earth's moon.
  • Also recommended, if you like a good chuckle is his Nobel-nominated novel “The Phases of Harry Moon,” which you can find if you look. Happy Birthday Stephen King and H. G. Wells...
  • Rosy Hannah by moonlight is beauty's own self, and to be cut on wood is realy surprising. Letter 65
  • Mr Woodcock's wife Mandy and 18-month-old daughter Maisie were only yards away when he was abused and "mooned" at by young yobs after he went to confront them. Evening Mail news round-up
  • We saw the moon appear and disappear, veiled by clouds.
  • We had a coffee and set off into the jungle under a full moon. Times, Sunday Times
  • Usually, what local parties do when certain defeat is in the offing is find some young up and comer and promise him or her the moon down the road in exchange for going down with the ship this time out. Lance Mannion:
  • There was a slight ray of moonlight visible far above his head.
  • Many moons ago, though, the monument was a landmark for travellers heading to Worsley Village.
  • The people of Namoris were, supposedly, descendants of the Lunarians, immortal beings, the subjects of the moon goddess Celhyst, banished to the Earth and subjected to mortality for some misdeed against their queen.
  • The abbat got armed men about him, and falling vpon the moonkes, slue thrée of them at the high altar, and wounded xviij. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6) England (1 of 12) William the Conqueror
  • What does the moon care if the dogs bark at her? 
  • He arranged terms of intimacy, I am sorry to say, with the housemaid; and, on the third journey, he made an alliance with the potboy at the Full Moon. He Knew He Was Right
  • The road shone frostily under the full moon.
  • And I second anemoona; a new costume always seems to be preferable to rewearing one. thoughts on lrp and characters
  •  Hemmed in by its straightedge boundaries, shining moons and planets of dust would swirl and turn, or glide in, through, and out of the beam's dimensions like miniature ships. I didn't know Nostradamus played in McNamara's band (Novel - excerpt)
  • The scientists are able to calculate accurately when the spaceship will reach the moon.
  • The small round porthole was coated in a thin layer of fog, and he saw nothing but the smooth ocean basking in the moon glow.
  • Your planetary ruler, Saturn, squares the Virgo Moon on Thursday.
  • Although anorthosite and basalt are the dominant rocks on the Moon, significant amounts of several other related rock types occur.
  • Like so much of what's been reported about Lorna Moon, it was largely codswallop, the tittle-tattle of small town gossips.
  • The moon shines on faraway places and love could be crossing continents to find you. The Sun
  • Half a century ago it's difficult to conceive of travelling to the moon.
  • The moon is the satellite of the Earth.
  • She spent the whole summer mooning about at home.
  • And, sure enough, there was Kennedy, with rueful face and a maudlin romaunt about a moonlit meeting with a swarm of painted Sioux, over which the stable guard were making merry and stirring the trooper's soul to wrath ungovernable. A Daughter of the Sioux A Tale of the Indian frontier
  • The most interesting parts occur when the moon plunges into Earth's full shadow, called the umbra, and of course during the period of totality. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Bukovina" reminds me immediately of "Zakarpatie" and Uzhgorod spent honeymoon there, 2 decades ago. languagehat.com: KAPELYE AND KUCSMA.
  • That oculomotor adjustment to a relatively near point induces micropsia for the zenith moon
  • All the miracle of sails; the steady foresail; the sensitive jibs; the press canvas delicate as bubbles; the reliable main; the bluff topsails; topgallants like eager horses; the impertinent skysails; the jaunty moonraker, were just canvas stretched on poles. The Wind Bloweth
  • (Score: 1) by mooner Thursday, April 30 @ 16: 27: 35 EDT Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums
  • Perhaps it was due to the gibbous moon which was shining right through my window on to my bed. THE BLACK OPAL
  • These were the ones whose jeans looked uncomfortably snug, whose faces had a moonish quality that didn't quite seem accustomed, who cloaked themselves in voluminous hoodies. Your college kid, plus 15
  • Tiptoe through the garden for a moonlit soak in the hot tub or simply cuddle up by the fire in your room.
  • The family, is Mulan for the father of story; affection, is this story; affection, is A Bing the moon reflected in the melody.
  • They can clearly see one of their targets, the first quarter moon.
  • Mon 11/30/09 12: 14 AM everytime i saw him i wanted to start singing johanna from todd haha he really chooses the weird and somewhat dark pieces between sweeney todd and new moon 'New Moon' Volturi member Jamie Campbell Bower wants more power | EW.com
  • Each one of these decoherent events amounts to a little kick on the moon, which is a sort of quantum zeno process of reducing the quantum state of the moon. Quantum Hyperion
  • a black moonless night
  • Ifinksoi dat wee iz habbin a failyer ub commoonicatifyin … I wuz jest gunna brush offa dat crum dats onna you fase… You bring your doom upon yourself, feline. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.
  • The prevalence of infi - delity, immorality and vice as surely indicates ap - proaching calamities, as clouds indicate a shower, winds forebode a storm, or the conjunction, or op - position of the sun and moon, in certain places in the heavens, presignifying an eclipse. Sermons delivered on various occasions : first published singly, now republished and collected into a volume, with two new one, never before printed
  • That ` s what we ` re going to remember, and we ` re going to remember the moon walk. CNN Transcript Jun 25, 2009
  • Lemon Verbena, a slender stemmed bush, has delicious lemon-scented leaves. Moonflower is an annual vine with sweet smelling white flowers that open in the evening.
  • Ah, I miss getting to babywear more than once a full moon. » Babywearing Stash Strocel.com
  • Fireflies danced about and the creek water seemed to glow from the moon's reflection.
  • He backed out of the truck and stood looking over the bajada in the moonlight. No Country For Old Men
  • Be prepared tonight for a journey, and meet me at moonrise beneath the Great Cottonwood.
  • Our first real holiday was our honeymoon. Times, Sunday Times
  • He looked at the moon and made the time to be midnight.

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