glow

  • 41glow — 1. verb 1) lights glowed in the windows Syn: shine, gleam, glimmer, flicker, flare 2) a fire glowed in the hearth Syn: smoulder, burn 2. noun the glow of the fire Sy …

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  • 42glow —    Ena, ena ena, a ā.   Also: ōwena, ōwela, hāweo, huluhulu weo, liko, lamalama, makawela, maka weli, kū ena, pua ena, lau ena, kauluwela, pua ahi, pu e ene, liholiho, makali.    ♦ Sunset or dawn glow, alaula …

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  • 43glow — švytėjimas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. glow vok. Glimmlicht, n; Leuchten, n; Leuchtung, f rus. свечение, n pranc. lueur, f; luminescence, f …

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  • 44glow — švytintieji gyvūnai statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Gyvūnai, spinduliuojantys matomosios spektro dalies šviesą. Daugiausia gyvena jūrose (pvz., medūzos, vėžiagyviai, jūrų lelijos, įvairios giliavandenės žuvys). Sausumoje… …

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  • 45glow — žara statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Dangaus spalvos keitimasis vakare, saulei nusileidus. Žarą, kaip ir ryto aušrą, sukelia Saulės spindulių išsisklaidymas Žemės atmosferoje. atitikmenys: angl. daybreak; dawn; glow;… …

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  • 46glow — 1. verb a) To give off light from heat or to emit light as if heated. The zealots glowed with religious fervor. b) To radiate some emotional quality like light. The new babys room glows with bright, loving colors. 2. noun a) The state of …

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  • 47GLOW — Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling (Community » Sports) * Graduate Learning On The Web (Computing » Networking) * Girls Leading Our World (Community) * Global Games Corporation (Business » NASDAQ Symbols) * God Loves Our Worship (Computing » Software)… …

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  • 48GLOW — Gross Lift Off Weight NASA …

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  • 49glow — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. flush, sheen, light, radiance, warmth. v. shine, gleam, flush, burn, blaze, flame. See heat, feeling, color, vigor. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. luminosity, radiance, brightness, flush; see light 1 . See… …

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  • 50GLOW — Gross Lift Off Weight ( > NASA Acronym List ) …

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  • 51GLOW — Gross Liftoff Weight Contributor: MSFC …

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  • 52glow — v. n. Fragm. Sci. 141; [glewe]. Wright’s L. P. p. 38 …

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  • 53glow — gləʊ n. radiance, gleam; redness; feeling or appearance of warmth, blush (from exercise, etc.) v. gleam; radiate; shine; blush, redden, turn red or pink; be filled with a strong emotion (i.e. joy, pride, anger, etc.) …

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  • 54glow —    obsolete    to sweat    A usage of women and horses, from the visual effect on the skin. Sweat remains the subject of taboo because of the odour secreted from the armpits and the crotch …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 55glow v — When neon lights were perfected, the inventor was positively glowing. glowingly adv …

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  • 56GLOW — abbr. GLOBAL GAMES CORP NASDAQ …

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  • 57glow — I. v. n. 1. Be incandescent. 2. Shine brightly. 3. Burn, be hot. 4. Be ardent, be warm, warm, become excited, feel intensely. II. n. 1. Incandescence, white heat. 2. Brightness, bright color, reddening …

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  • 59Glow fuel — is a generic term used to describe a fuel source used by models generally the same or similar fuels can be used in model airplanes, helicopters, cars and boats. Glow fuel can be burned by very simple two stroke engines or by more complicated four …

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  • 60Glow-Worm Caves Tamborine Mountain — is a tourist attraction at Tamborine Mountain in South East Queensland, Australia.The caves are concrete man made buildings, in which the local Queensland glow worms Arachnocampa flava have been introduced. The caves are in a naturalistic style,… …

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