SUN


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SUNSunday
SUNSeconda Università Degli Studi di Napoli (Italian: Second University of Naples; est. 1991)
SUNSurat Utang Negara (Indonesian: sovereign bond)
SUNSun Valley/Hailey, ID, USA (Airport Code)
SUNSenior Unlimited Nudes (San Francisco, CA)
SUNSunset Railway Company
SUNStudents United for Nature
SUNSeniors United Nutrition (Volusia County, Florida)
SUNShipping Unit Number (shipping)
SUNSearching for Unregistered Names
SUNStanford University Network
SUNSaskatchewan Union of Nurses (Canada)
SUNSunoco
SUNSeattle Urban Nature (Washington)
SUNSecond University of Naples (Italy)
SUNSouthern Utah News (Kanab, UT)
References in classic literature ?
Upon the veranda of his house by the ravine, Wing Biddlebaum continued to walk up and down until the sun had disappeared and the road beyond the field was lost in the grey shadows.
Edna walked on down to the beach rather mechanically, not noticing anything special except that the sun was hot.
Methinks now this coined sun wears a ruddy face; but see
I was in one of the most grand attitudes I ever struck, with my arm stretched up pointing to the sun.
The hotel merely has a property interest in the sun, it has nothing to do with the management of it.
I suppose the reader never makes nonsense rhymes from sheer gladness of heart,--nursery doggerel to keep time with the rippling of the stream, or the dancing of the sun, or the beating of his heart; the gibberish of delight.
Their apprehensions arise from several changes they dread in the celestial bodies: for instance, that the earth, by the continual approaches of the sun towards it, must, in course of time, be absorbed, or swallowed up; that the face of the sun, will, by degrees, be encrusted with its own effluvia, and give no more light to the world; that the earth very narrowly escaped a brush from the tail of the last comet, which would have infallibly reduced it to ashes; and that the next, which they have calculated for one-and-thirty years hence, will probably destroy us.
The Queen consented with many tears, and the King at once bade his son set forth in search of the Tree of the Sun, from which he was to pluck a golden apple.
It was then ten in the morning; the rays of the sun struck the surface of the waves at rather an oblique angle, and at the touch of their light, decomposed by refraction as through a prism, flowers, rocks, plants, shells, and polypi were shaded at the edges by the seven solar colours.
The alternations of night and day grew slower and slower, and so did the passage of the sun across the sky, until they seemed to stretch through centuries.
The sun is ever full and bright, The pale moon waneth night by night.
The grass exhaled an odour of summer; flies buzzed in the air, the sun shone on the river and warmed the slated roof.