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GLOWSGreat Lakes Olde World Syder Competition (Michigan)
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In the darkness of the night one of the servants noticed, above the high body of a coach standing before the porch, the small glow of another fire.
Doesn't it look as if that glow were in Moscow?" remarked one of the footmen.
I wasn't jingled, I wasn't lighted up; but I was warmed, I glowed, my happiness was pyramided.
Do not fear me; I am warm at heart, though rude and cold without," said Winter, looking kindly on her, while a bright smile shone like sunlight on his pleasant face, as it glowed and glistened in the frosty air.
The vivid presentation came like a pleasant glow to Dorothea: she felt herself smiling, and turning from the miniature sat down and looked up as if she were again talking to a figure in front of her.
She shall still recline Upon the scented balustrade and glow With spring that thrills her warm blood into wine.
Then she turned slowly back to the glow of her own radiant hearthstone.
Her face was brilliant and glowing; but this glow was not one of brightness; it suggested the fearful glow of a conflagration in the midst of a dark night.
She didn't seem to be aware of anything and only spoke - always to the glow.
in thy bright, clear flow Of crystal, wandering water, Thou art an emblem of the glow Of beauty - the unhidden heart - The playful maziness of art In old Alberto's daughter;
Forthwith, however, as soon as the order was given, there was an intense red glow out of the bowl of the pipe, and a whiff of smoke came from Mother Rigby's lips.
Albin de- scribed it as leaving a greenish streak behind it that glowed for some seconds.