GLEAMS


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GLEAMSGroundwater Loading Effects of Agricultural Management Systems
GLEAMSGreat Lakes Educators of Aquatic and Marine Science (various states)
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They thronged the narrow length of our schooner's decks with their ornamented and barbarous crowd, with the variegated colours of checkered sarongs, red turbans, white jackets, embroideries; with the gleam of scabbards, gold rings, charms, armlets, lance blades, and jewelled handles of their weapons.
At that instant Tom flashed a pocket electric lamp he had taken from beneath his pillow and in the gleam of it he and Ned saw fluttering about the tent some dark, shadow-like form, at the sight of which Tom's chum cried:
I could see his staring eyes and gleams of light on his studs and watch chain.
He closed the door behind him immediately, that he might shut in the stream of light: a few steps would be enough to carry him beyond betrayal by the gleams from the shutter-chinks and the latch-hole.
Close at his heels came sixteen squires, all chosen from the highest families, and behind them rode twelve hundred English knights, with gleam of steel and tossing of plumes, their harness jingling, their long straight swords clanking against their stirrup-irons, and the beat of their chargers' hoofs like the low deep roar of the sea upon the shore.
Unfortunately for Astoria, this bright gleam of sunshine was soon overclouded.
Why, it will gleam through the holes, and make thee look like a jack-o'-lantern
The great yellow eyes were fixed upon him with a wicked and baleful gleam, and the red tongue licked the longing lips as Sabor crouched, worming her stealthy way with belly flattened against the earth.
The gleam of the electric light flashed across the stone floor and rested for a moment upon a trapdoor, which Meekins had already stooped to lift.
said the Emperor reassured, and with a kindly gleam in his eyes, he patted Michaud on the shoulder.
David smiled sadly, though not without a momentary gleam of pleasure, at this allusion to his beloved vocation.
Detecting the gleam of Governor Bellingham's lamp, the old lady quickly extinguished her own, and vanished.