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hurtling through the sky with a sleigh full of special deliveries and short on time as usual and all he can see below is a confusing coruscation of luminosity.
Some readers may find such coruscation invigorating; others, perhaps not.
By taking seriously the mechanics of coruscation and the logic of intuitive persuasion, one may begin to appreciate the strange contours of secularism and its reverberations in everyday life.
The box will be made of 'metal', whilst the light is simply 'light' with no coruscation whatsoever.
For her part, Winnie hears but little of his self-aggrandizement and is absorbed in other visionary thoughts--absorbed at and by the kitchen table, the domestic locale most intimately associated with her dead brother: "Mrs Verloc was sitting in the place where poor Stevie usually established himself of an evening with paper and pencil for the pastime of drawing these coruscation of innumerable circles suggesting chaos and eternity.
Coruscation and Reflection, for Violin and Piano (1998).
The acquisition of a word of a high register early in life anticipates Vivian's ever-expanding exploration of complex words: "So imagine the effect that the words of John Donne first had on me: ratiocination, concatenation, coruscation, tergiversation" (43).
Whoever in the Pentagon had the coruscation to "embed" reporters did a good day's work.
199) And what is laughter save a coruscation of the delight of the soul, that is to say, a light appearing outwardly according as it exists within?