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Looking at these stars suddenly dwarfed my own troubles and all the gravities of terrestrial life.
But a moment's observation of her figure as she stands in the window without any support, looking out at the stars --not up-gloomily out at those stars which are low in the heavens, reassures him.
She looked out, and the night was peppered with stars.
It was not so high as the glowing star of the six colored suns, but was descending slowly through the air--so slowly that at first it scarcely seemed to move.
By attentively watching, the observer would then have perceived the other molecules of the mass, following the example of this central star, become likewise condensed by gradually accelerated rotation, and gravitating round it in the shape of innumerable stars.
A very short chapter, in which however is a sun, a moon, a star, and an angel.
Skidder, who had cast her in his mind for the star part in a private, romantic (unspoken) drama in real life.
I tell you: one must still have chaos in one, to give birth to a dancing star.
Each separate star which is photographed produces its separate effect on the plate, just as it would upon ourselves if we were looking at the sky.
Do you see the twinkling star, that is, may be, the length of four rifles above the prairie; hereaway, to the North I mean?
And when Joe said, not friends he hoped, Dolly was quite surprised, and said not enemies she hoped; and when Joe said, couldn't they be something much better than either, Dolly all of a sudden found out a star which was brighter than all the other stars, and begged to call his attention to the same, and was ten thousand times more innocent and unconscious than ever.
Following his eyes, she saw that he was gazing at a star.