How To Use Sun 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.
  • The demonstration is set for Sunday to coincide with World AIDS Day.
  • an uncomfortable day in the hot sun
  • The sun was shining, the food at the restaurant was good and I was left with a warm glow in my tummy afterwards.
  • Each item was skewered on a cocktail stick and laid like sun rays around the plate, which also had a flower intricately carved out of turnip for decoration.
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  • A few fields have the remains of small sunken stone dwellings, intimate as those at Skara Brae.
  • The sun came through after days of rain.
  • 'If he _has not fulfilled_ his promise to write,' but 'If he _did not write_ as he undertook to do' ([Greek: _egrapsen huposchomenos_]); nor 'If he _has commenced and finished_,' but 'If he _commenced and finished_' ([Greek: _arxamenos sunetelese_]). A Reply to Dr. Lightfoot's Essays
  • Sed vt bonis et cordatis omnibus, etiam extraneis, satisfaciam qui maledicentiam istam Germanicam lecturi vel audituri sunt, aut olim audierint, ne et hi nos meritò calumniam tantam sustinere credant: Tum etiam vt alios qui istis virulentis rhythmis A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas
  • Tre is going to be on suntan lotion duty quite a lot on the cruise. The Sun
  • These frigging Congresspeople better wake up and see the sun before it's too late! GOP is 'no friend of seniors' DNC says in TV ad
  • The embassy had been shut down due to Mongolia's support for South Korea's "sunshine policy" of conciliation toward the North.
  • Words are confusing, but they're nothing compared to non-words, mainly because non-words lead to rash assumptions and misunderstandings.
  • While you're in Miami, make sure you stay up to see the sun come up … and try a drink called Miami Vice, which is a mix of daiquiri and pina colada. Insider's guide to music pilgrimages: Hip-hop, dance, disco, electro
  • The soldier bargained that he should not have to go on guard on Sundays.
  • The sun beat down with fierce intensity.
  • In Chinas modernization drive, the misunderstanding on "Middlebrow" is not beneficial to the understanding and the promotion of the core ideology of Chinas traditional culture.
  • A sudden gust of wind blew his sunshade inside out.
  • Close to the mangroves a big hawksbill turtle surfaced then lay motionless in the sunshine, no doubt sunbathing.
  • The beast was as huge as an aurochs, its glossy midnight mane shining in the sunlight as it pawed the ground restlessly with one forehoof.
  • On a sunny summer day one can be overwhelmed by the abundance of the wildlife. Times, Sunday Times
  • The undulating holloway, which has itself sunk through the steady erosion of cartwheels and hooves up to fifteen feet beneath the hillside, translates you from the present into an earlier era when John Nash carved out his woodcuts in English boxwood at the kitchen table under a single lamp-bulb and cultivated the half-wild garden. Wildwood
  • The sun was bright in a sky already shading into a cooler, breezier blue, and the trees surrounding the compound glowed with the first, bright brush strokes of fall.
  • The orbit of the earth (or the circle which the sun seems to describe round the earth), is called the ecliptic, which is divided into twelve equal parts, called signs, and are distinguished by the following names and marks, [again, the symbols for the signs can be seen in the A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies Or, a Private Tutor for Little Masters and Misses
  • Wet meadows between rock outcrops include grasses, sedges, mosses, pitcher plant Saracenia purpurea, sundew Drosera sp. and purple fringed orchid Habenaria psycodes. Gros Morne National Park, Canada
  • It is also shifting plenty of feminine, lacy lingerie, in the kind of bright colours that go well with a sun tan.
  • This is mostly true for fans, friends, and family of unsung folk hero Tim Hardin, the prolific songster who wasted his life living wasted.
  • Try poppies, cornflowers, stocks, love-in-a-mist, cosmos, mignonette, larkspur, honesty, ox-eye daisies, marigolds, phlox, sunflowers, zinnias - whatever takes your fancy.
  • Daniel Defoe, The Consoli - dator: or Memoirs and Sundry Transactions from the World in the Moon (London, 1705). COSMIC VOYAGES
  • The fans certainly looked like they didn't have a care in the world as they lay in their hundreds sunning themselves on the grassy slopes surrounding the stadium in the hours before the game.
  • Other handy bits and pieces like plasters, handkerchief, aftersun and a needle and thread can also come in handy, and don't take up too much room.
  • He might have caused a storm in a teacup in the corridors of the Westminster press lobby as journalists squabbled over who had the story, whether it was attributable and who had told The Sun anyway.
  • At the top end of the glen darts of sunshine poked through the billowing clouds and encouraged us to go for it and, fully rigged up in waterproofs, we were soon splashing our way up into the Lairig Eilde.
  • Eleanor, out walking, wheeling the wicker perambulator in the sharp October sunshine. THE GOLDEN LION
  • What looked like solar panels rose up at the back, white light gleaming from them like sunshine in outer space. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is probably a measure of the depths to which political conversation has sunk — all the more remarkable given the chaos that male leaders have through the generations created — that this non-gender-specific "ballsiness," as it were, is so frequently trotted out as a measure of high praise. half-cocked
  • In my own garden I have an old stone wall with remnants of whitewash that reflects the sunlight and heat in summer.
  • Among the flowers most commonly represented are roses, lilies, fleurs-de-lis, and sunflowers.
  • Intense sunlight may be a trigger to skin cancer.
  • But although there was a scare with my first sample being clear, as we'd only just arrived, my second proved that I, along with the entire Sunday Herald table, was completely ratted and therefore allowed to keep the trophy.
  • The sun was so strong we had to pull down the blinds.
  • That's the forecast for the forecastable future -- showers and thundershowers as the warm and sun suck moisture out of our sodden lebensraum and turn it back into clouds. Showers
  • It's an hour after sunrise on day three of the photographic safari and a solitary vulture is crossing a flat sky. Times, Sunday Times
  • And sometimes those mistakes wind up back to back on a Sunday afternoon.
  • As we got closer, a face so old and cragged with such deep wrinkles they looked like sun-baked crevasses formed by thousand of years of standing in the wind and rain. Guanajuato restaurants
  • People were gulping down sundowners, women seemed to be, rather disinterestedly, sipping their drinks and picking up a bite.
  • The snowy dome of Fujisan reddening in the sunrise rose above the violet woodlands of Mississippi Bay as we steamed out of Yokohama Harbour on the 19th, and three days later I saw the last of Japan — a rugged coast, lashed by a wintry sea. Unbeaten Tracks in Japan
  • One cloud is enough to eclipse all the sun
  • The morning sun slanted through the glass roof.
  • Worse still, every paper lists him as a definite starter in Sunday's game.
  • Despite serious technical obstacles, space agency officials are considering whether to launch a Jupiter space probe powered entirely by sunlight.
  • Kirkwall lifeboat was called out to a boat aground in the Rousay Sound on Sunday afternoon.
  • Suzy Menkes noted in an article that the jewels the Duchess of Windsor gave Princess Michael included: ‘a gold sunburst suite set with pearls and a pair of emerald panther earrings.’
  • The looming discal peril demands tough action by Robert Chapman on Sunday, Jul 2, 2006 at 12: 03: 29 PM Is NJ Gov. Jon Corzine Running for President?
  • Amid fireworks, a color guard and torrents of cheers, 62 former Redskins were introduced on Sunday night at FedEx Field, from Carl Kammerer, who played in 1963, to Darnerien McCants, who retired in 2004. Shanahan, McNabb are helping the Redskins recapture their past
  • To top it all, hers is bright sunflower yellow. Times, Sunday Times
  • The sunset scene shows a classic cumulonimbus cloud formation.
  • Outlook for tomorrow and Sunday: Mainly dry and mild, with sunny intervals after clearance of any early mist or fog.
  • The mud beneath my feet was soft and with every step, I sunk in to my ankle or deeper.
  • Because today's a public holiday, Sunday night was without that familiar cramp in the neck from thinking about Monday's workload, even though I actually have to work later in the arvo today.
  • Reg apparently came most Sunday afternoons to help welcome the anxious new arrivals.
  • Comparison of voluntary food and water intake and digestion in Kirk's dik-dik and suni. Chapter 11
  • Faulkner wore jeans faded at the knees, a broad hat, and photochromic sunglasses.
  • The manager of a dressmaking factory noted with amazement that her employees all took Sunday for a gala day and not as a day of rest. A Renegade History of the United States
  • Reuters Samsung Electronics 'Galaxy S smartphone, branded with NTT DoCoMo's logo, on display at Japanese electronics show CEATEC, in Chiba, on Oct. 5, 2010. Samsung, DoCoMo Team Up to Sell Galaxy Devices
  • I worked another 12 hour shift on Sunday, getting home in time to catch the tail end of the Oscars.
  • But there was understandable outrage when sundry fund managers and regional stockbrokers were confronted with the hat. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was a day when the fine hairs on your skin seem to crinkle up in the sun.
  • They are then strung from trees and dangle in the scorching sun. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pondus limi, inde aworden is flæsc pund fyres of thon read is blod and hat factus est caro; pondus ignis, inde rubeus est sanguis et calidus; pund saltes of thon sindon salto tehero pund deawes of thon pondus salis, inde sunt salsae lacrimae; pondus roris, unde aworden is swat pund blostmes of thon is fagung egena factus est sudor; pondus floris, inde est uarietas oculorum; pund wolcnes of thon is unstydfullnisse _vel_ unstatholfæstnisse pondus nubis, inde est instabilitas thohta mentium; pund windes of thon is oroth cald pund gefe of thon is pondus uenti, inde est anhela frigida: pondus gratiae, id est thoht monnes sensus hominis. English Dialects From the Eighth Century to the Present Day
  • There was a patch of raw skin on my back where the sun had burnt it.
  • Dr Lotto has invented special paving slabs made of photovoltaic cells and recycled glass to harvest sunlight and to help power the structure. Times, Sunday Times
  • A little bit overcast is actually a lot better than a sunny sky for us out there," Miller said. NHL players excited to go outdoors in Buffalo's chill
  • The contrail went straight up, bisecting the Sun, forcing the crowd to squint and awkwardly block the Sun to see the contrail.
  • In my opinion, the population of sun dried tomatoes in a state of olive oil inundation is something you are forgetting to include. Brunch en Casa
  • The cosmic symbol of the rising sun expresses the universality of God above all particular places and yet maintains the concreteness of divine revelation. Ignatius Insight Article on Restoring Ad Orientem
  • There are chocks of assorted age and make, battered into shapeless bashies, as well as many fine #1 Friends, sunk and overcammed deep into fingercracks which refuse to give up their dead.
  • In the Virginia songs, on the other hand, the chorus is usually sung twice after each verse -- often the second time with some such interjaculatory expression as "I say now," "God say you must," as given in Slave Songs of the United States.
  • On Saturday we finished the fencing, stapling sheep netting to the rails, and on Sunday gave the pig ark and the old chook ark a coat of water-based preservative.
  • For a week after the headlands of Tarifa and Spartel have sunk under the eastern horizon, the vessel is kept every day upon her course, -- her top-gallant and studding sails all distent with the wind blowing freely from over Biscay. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 104, June, 1866
  • Derry Rovers Youths gained sweet revenge over rivals Spink Celtic in this Shield match played in the Ben Mulhall Park on Sunday, April 7.
  • His hair was starting to gray around the edges, and his eyes were sunken, hidden away behind bags and wrinkles that were now forming.
  • The organisers are hoping that families, schools, groups and businesses will plant thousands of sunflowers. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was a big man and a strong, the sightliest of men and a good skald; and when he was fully grown he fared between sundry lands, and was well accounted of wherever he came. The Story Of Gunnlaug The Worm-Tongue And Raven The Skald 1875
  • The Kuiper belt is an icy disk of debris orbiting the sun, beyond Neptune, and is the original home of many comets.
  • It was a Sunday, so she could lie in till almost lunch time.
  • In Belgium, 2,500 truckers, taxi drivers and tour bus operators staged a protest on Sunday in Brussels.
  • It was warm and sunny, and we followed fields and footpaths, finally stopping in a wood. Times, Sunday Times
  • His voice sunk to a barely perceptible level.
  • Every morning he would be up before sunrise raring to go, throwing clods of earth at the windows of staff to awaken them.
  • Hence it became necessary to distinguish one from the other _by name_, and thus the notation from midnight gave rise, as I have remarked in one of my papers on Chaucer, to the English idiomatic phrase "of the clock;" or the reckoning of the clock, commencing at midnight, as distinguished from Roman equinoctial hours, commencing at six o'clock A.M. This was what Ben Jonson was meaning by attainment of majority at _six o'clock_, and not, as PROFESSOR DE M.RGAN supposes, "probably a certain sunrise. Notes and Queries, Number 214, December 3, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
  • Flight Through the Ages, which opened with a picture of Icarus and his wax wings, melting when he flew too close to the sun. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1)
  • These aetherial lines of force stretch out into space on every side of the sun, and in fact form concentric magnetic shells around the sun; which magnetic shells coincide with the equipotential surfaces of the Aether and Gravitation
  • On Sunday evening, after the dishes had been washed and Jared was in bed, Charisse and Stefàn were lounging comfortably on the plush leather cuddler sofa in their den and listening to a classic Grover Washington, Jr. CD. Who Said It Would Be Easy
  • It's still early in the morning; the air is cool and exhilarating, and the low sun softens the landscape and transfigures the dour colours of the hills.
  • Free-range pigs have shelters shaped as triangles or half circles, but most porkers were lurking inside; pine trees had snow plastered on the north side of their trunks and the hot sun on the south side.
  • It was nice listening to the two kids laughing their heads off as they played "moviemaking" on Sunday. shlemazl
  • The hard labor of the farm was mostly done by them, and on the floor of the big kitchen, toward sundown, would be squatting a circle of twelve or fourteen "pickaninnies," eating their supper of pudding (Indian corn mush) and milk. November Boughs ; from Complete Poetry and Collected Prose
  • Just be sure to wear a sunhat and a long-sleeved high-collared shirt while you do it.
  • And she, warm with what Dick had just told of him, pleasured at the goodly sight of him, dwelling with her eyes on the light, high poise of head, the careless, sun-sanded hair, and the lightness, almost debonaireness, of his carriage despite his weight of body and breadth of shoulders. CHAPTER XXIII
  • After breakfast, basking herself in the sun, Frona descried a familiar bunch of men rounding the tail of the glacier in the direction of CHAPTER 4
  • The oblique rays of the sun on the orchards create this typical landscape that traditional iconography would associate with an earthly paradise.
  • Sunlight glinted off the windows of a tall apartment building.
  • The crunch leaves of autumn had shrivelled and the sun was a lazy, dusky peach colour.
  • The Popular Party led by Prime Minister José Maria Aznar is expected to win Sunday's general election although a poll taken a week ago showed the Socialists closing the gap.
  • Buildings can be designed to absorb and retain heat from the sun to save on heating costs.
  • Leo got a door to pucker open, and they walked out into the light of a fusion-lamp sun. METAPLANETARY
  • Half an hour later, Willie's nose zigzagged up a rise onto level patch of sun where, a hundred years ago, a house had stood.
  • We walked into the bedroom of Ting Sun, Yao country the English is busy in searching the home position of the Deng of that square, but I seize an opportunity the decoration of lo this bedroom.
  • Fans who gathered there to watch the Raiders play on Sunday repeatedly used the term "love-hate relationship" when describing Davis. NYT > Home Page
  • Willoughby in outwearying: she asked herself how much she had gained by struggling: -- every effort seemed to expend her spirit's force, and rendered her less able to get the clear vision of her prospects, as though it had sunk her deeper: the contrary of her intention to make each further step confirm her liberty. Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
  • The setting sun drooped in the west.
  • Her job was to work the bar on weeknights, except Thursday, and Sunday night, and on Monday to Friday she had to work the golf course.
  • In the figure of the sun, the text also allegorizes desire as the very medium that allows the Lover, the dreamer and the writer to ‘see.’
  • British summers mean we get rain, wind, sun, snow and frost all in the same week but our winters are just so glum, no blizzards just unrelenting dankness.
  • Growing in part shade, the clusters of pure white bell-shaped flowers look their best as the sun moves from them and they are left to give a patch of light in front of a dark-leaved heuchera.
  • That should have spelled the end of the convertible, except for one thing: The open car with its sun-baked, wind-blown passengers became a symbol of youth, freedom, and sexuality.
  • Old deliberate contemplations, perceptions after long regard ingathered from abundant nature, theories leisurely compacted in sunshine or storm, to stand in the fields of memory, crowned with beauty by the indulgent years. Apologia Diffidentis
  • You can easily combine your sport with a winter-sun holiday full of sightseeing and safaris.
  • Fill the blanks in these Sun headlines. The Sun
  • Granny viewed the eclipse by projecting the sun's image on to a sheet through her binoculars.
  • But surely, I say, there are some people blessed with sunny dispositions - it doesn't necessarily mean they're valiantly trying to stop themselves from sliding into despair.
  • Religion: Muslim ( mostly Sunni ) - 94 %; Coptic Christian and other - 6 %.
  • These conditions are challenging - retaining acidity and preventing sunburnt fruit are two of the main problems - but the abundance of very young vines is still a huge factor limiting the overall quality.
  • As darkness drew near I joyfully and thankfully watched the pinks, purples, blues and golden colors of the sky melt together into a picture-perfect sunset.
  • 'Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt.' RORATE CÆLI
  • Danny Gill said the cake sale on Sunday was a most successful event and he thanked all who were associated with the event.
  • To make a Secondary World inside which the green sun will be credible, commanding Secondary Belief, will probably require labour and thought, and will certainly demand a special skill, a kind of elvish craft. Kicking the Hobbit
  • There was once a moment,we misunderstood it was a lifetime.
  • 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
  • At some time in their lives, they've played the piano, flute, clarinet, violin and cello and sung in choirs.
  • I'll treat myself to a sunbath .
  • On Sundaye mornynges itt is a fayre sighte to see her going to and fro churche in a _chapeau de Paris de la dernyère agonie_, bearyng a _parasolett a la ripp snap mettez-la encore debout_ style; and whych shee sayes is like a _homme blasé_, because it is Used Upp. Sundaie afternoon yee may find her in ye The Continental Monthly, Vol 2, No 6, December 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
  • His dig at Sunderland last week only enhanced his reputation. The Sun
  • 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
  • The employee needs to probe deeply and almost overcommunicate why they wanted to leave and see if it will change in the future," says Peter Vergano, senior manager of human-resources strategic staffing for Samsung Electronics Americas. When to Take a Counteroffer From Your Employer
  • Cultural misunderstandings do happen. Times, Sunday Times
  • 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
  • Sunset found me in the cove, not hidden by the leaves as before, but sitting in the boat astrand. A Trip to Venus
  • So the historic gold and bimetallic standards receive attention, both as union and disunion (breaking-up).
  • And if you -- if my good angel will but be mine again I will cry 'apage' -- I tear her toils asunder. Margery — Volume 05
  • Vermont, far removed from all beasts of prey -- why is it that upon the sunniest day, if you but shake a fresh buffalo robe behind him, so that he cannot even see it, but only smells its wild animal muskiness -- why will he start, snort, and with bursting eyes paw the ground in phrensies of affright? Moby Dick, or, the whale
  • Listen to our astronomers talk about the magnitudes and disunites and composition of the stars, and compare with their story that which was written in the astronomy of a few centuries ago. The World's Great Sermons, Volume 10 Drummond to Jowett, and General Index
  • Hale also gained prominence as an astronomer with his invention of the spectroheliograph and the discovery of magnetic fields in sunspots.
  • She will spend a week relaxing in the Californian sunshine with a select team of stylists hand-picked from across the globe.
  • The huge trees offered shade from the sun.
  • After posting a "sunny, bright, cozy loft" on the rental marketplace, the woman, who uses the pseudonym EJ, returned to find the apartment ransacked by a renter using the name "DJ Pattrson. ABC News: Top Stories
  • When a person has any kind of injury - a broken shin, for example, or a sunburn - the pain system becomes hypersensitized, firing up in response to normally painless sensations induced by, for instance, walking or a gentle massage. undefined
  • I don't want there to be any misunderstanding.
  • Non-sense viral video for Samsung with the goal to communicate the series of LCD TVs with ultraslim LEDs. Archive 2009-03-01
  • She has sunk into the background in the past two weeks - friends say that she has had enough of the stress and has decided to no longer face the public gaze.
  • Fireworks and the nightglow created by tethered balloons happen after sunset. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fashanu will give Jones, who he believes is one of soccer's most misunderstood men, a glowing character reference.
  • The only sign of life there today came from a mouldy old caravan, all steamy windows and grimed with neglect, where a radio was playing Sunday morning music of the popular kind.
  • As the light streams through the windows of the minivan and reflects off Joni's earrings, Joel remembers the way the late-afternoon sun used to glint on the river as he made his way back from class to his off-campus apartment…the way his heart used to pound whenever he caught a glimpse of his downstairs neighbor, a balalaika player named Clarisse. The Search
  • Some days it will be hot and sunny and on those days, you will want to make plenty of lemonade to sell.
  • Rooms feature beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls and sunken baths. Times, Sunday Times
  • November 28th, 2008 at 3: 07 am an illinois mortgage broker ppfllc morgage financial debt bankruptcy helplines organization says: an illinois mortgage broker ppfllc morgage financial debt bankruptcy helplines organization … burrow individualizes restatement linoleum sunkThink Progress » Much bigger than the Dukestir.
  • He carried the splashy, two-fisted style of great New Orleans pianists like Professor Longhair toward modern-jazz dissonance, then back toward propulsive barrelhouse; he sang the lyrics, but only after he had whooped and scat-sung, from baritone to falsetto. Jazzfest: “Thank God I Made It” - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com
  • Nearby there is a stretch of white sand beach perfect for sunbathing.
  • Shares of Sun dipped slightly to $3.80 at the time of this report.
  • It overlooked an alley, and the bay windows were sun-blocked by the townhouse at 93.
  • The Sun understands the case could hinge on mobile phone footage of the incident filmed by the men and since seized by cops. The Sun
  • Then I came back, raced home from the airport Sunday afternoon and worked for eight hours straight.
  • After a dozen golden oldies had been sung loudly if untunefully, it was noticed that a number of non-MEOSA guests had fled the premises.
  • Areas on the surface of the Sun called coronal holes, where the magnetic field is quite open and highly energetic charged particles stream out and hit the earth's magnetic field and interact with it.
  • A life without a friend is a life without a sun
  • On the back, it warns, "Avoid keeping under direct sunray," which goes for hearts, too, I'd say. Archive 2009-01-01
  • In the bright sunlight she had to narrow her eyes.
  • I was startled at the news that 129 persons were killed last Sunday in the attempt by rebel air force officers to overthrow the government in the capital.
  • Once you've had a skinful you'll get really sick - mixture of the alcohol and the sunstroke.
  • Their yaks share these high, sunny pastures with blue sheep and plump marmots.
  • 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.
  • The sun was well down behind the snowy peaks before the bus made it to the top. The Crossing-Place
  • For the Schlachtfest, Stralsunders gathered in hundreds, the women in their dirndls and men in old-fashioned suits, gobbling pig knuckle, leberwurst, knockwurst, dozens of waxy, greasy boiled potatoes, and of course, blutwurst. Blood Lite II: Overbite
  • The warmth of the summer sun is what keeps me going through the winter. Times, Sunday Times
  • And she didn't think she would lose, not with the sunbeam falling on her face like the God's golden promise.
  • Putting it on skin is thought to help reduce sun damage - one of the biggest giveaways of ageing skin. The Sun
  • It is early evening, but the sky is prematurely dark; thunderheads have blocked the last rays of the sun.
  • If the craft had kept the same attitude permanently, then that side facing the Sun would have baked.
  • The tomato began to decompose after half a day in the sun.
  • Sunday was no exception as Bell was in the thick of Walter's four bobbles and was credited with a forced fumble.
  • These apparent discrepancies in visual behaviour can easily be misunderstood.
  • A week earlier they were about to be held to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford by the struggling Wolves when Park Ji-sung won the game in Fergie flexitime. Sir Alex Ferguson thrilled by comeback but knows he has problems
  • Randy is Mr. Lahey's obsequious sidekick, lover and Sunnyvale's assistant trailer park supervisor.
  • I must have cut a wretched figure, filthy and sunburnt, to the brother who heard my explanations about who I was and why I was here.
  • This evening of games on the beach includes water-sport taster sessions, rock-pooling, bird walks, star-gazing and a barbecue at sunset. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a direct correlation between exposure to sun and skin cancer.
  • Rub some of this cold-cream into your skin to protect it from the sun.
  • The sun was nearly blinding, but it made for a gloriously bright day.
  • Purple and green dinosaur inflatable float with green vinyl seat bucket and yellow inflatable adjustable sunshade.
  • Barilla is another example: it is built on the classic Italian image of tomato sauce, pasta, a carefree way of life, songs and sun.
  • Colorado Plateau sandstone is nearly totemic in texture and color: voluptuously carved by wind and water, bared to a glory of sunset colors.
  • During the eclipse, the moon passed between the sun and the Earth, leaving a bright rim of fire.
  • Hale and hearty, though aged, strong-featured, with the tough and leathery skin produced by long years of sunbeat and weatherbeat, his was the unmistakable sea face and eyes; and at once there came to me a bit of Kipling's A Winner of the Victoria Cross
  • I want to walk along a tropical beach at sunset or ramble through a ruined temple at sunrise.
  • If it were a little more curved it would collapse, imploding on itself in a cosmic crunch; a little less curved, and every star, planet, sun and galaxy would fly apart from each other and so would every atom of matter in each of them.
  • The Sun Valley Center simply calls the house The Center, Hailey, and makes little of the Pound connection; the arts organization's main building is in nearby Ketchum Pound House
  • As a sunbow laughs and is lost on the waves that range220 A Nympholept
  • The church has a spacious yard on the right side where several leafy trees grow and which are used as a parking space for the congregation on Sunday.

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