ray of light

  1. a column of light (as from a beacon)
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  • _multiplicate refraction_, caused by the unequal _density_ of the constituent parts of the _medium_, whereby the motion, action or progress of the Ray of light is hindred from proceeding in a streight line, and Micrographia Some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies Made by Magnifying Glasses with Observations and Inquiries Thereupon
  • Mirrors, spherical or otherwise, operate on the principle that the angle of reflection of a ray of light equals the angle at which it strikes the mirror's surface.
  • If, however, a bundle of rays of light traverses a medium in which extremely fine dust is present, the ray of light will scatter to the sides and the path of the ray through the medium will be discernible from the side. Nobel Prize in Physics 1930 - Presentation Speech
  • This single observation, although restricted in application, was the only ray of light in the problem of tissue and organ replacement until Gibson and Medawar demonstrated that a second allograft from the same donor was rejected more rapidly than the first (9). Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture
  • The one small ray of light shining through the dark hours was that there were still no new victims. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic
  • As the rays of light pass through an object flatwise, like the blade of a knife through the leaves of a book, and may be admitted through another of like character in the plane of the first, so a ray of light can penetrate with deflection through air and water. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 11, No. 23, February, 1873
  • Well actually, none in Westeros would be able to match him even if you remove balefire as an option, which isn't fire in any sense at all by the way (Balefire is a ray of light which removes things from existence before they were eliminated). al'Thor is something of a demigod and would simply tear dragons from the skies, set Others ablaze and roast knights in their armours. Jaime's Challenge
  • Her futile attempt to erase Patti LuPone's "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" from collective memory cleared the way for her second great period, emblematized by 1998's Ray of Light and last year's Music. Madonna: Zero to 90's
  • His emblem is a ray of light. COLLINS DICTIONARY OF SAINTS
  • Descend a moment, the corner of sword takes floor put out to cut of technical competence ray of light, tap Feng Weng a meantime the Weng makes to ring at the huge pate of head.
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