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When Poe blew this away through the resulting aperture in the parchment the darkness of the depths rose, and rises still from that small hole all these years incessantly pouring its dark hellish gases like soot, like smog, like the poisonous effulgence of combustion engines over Thrift and Virtue and Reason and Natural Law and the Rights of Man.
They give to the subject just that degree of effulgence and excess, no more, no less, that the subject requires.
There was much bargaining in a spirit of gentlemanly give-and-take, under the effulgence of Umansky's gilded smile, before a formal denial was worked out.
If it be to the degree of effulgence, 'tis very sensible, and mankind have agreed to it; they all represent glory and extraordinary beauty by brightness.
Thus remarked Anna Varona whose photography on canvas, with its title "Light" inscribed on the surface, is an effulgence of emotion.
There is no effulgence of faith in the closing scenes of Hamlet: there is rather the appearance of distant light.
And if I may borrow his favorite verbum (or word) he uses to extol the effulgence of others, it is only fitting to say that Mwalimu Harold Isaacs is simply a SUPERLATIVE Afrikan
The purity of his private character gave effulgence to his public virtues.
All reverently though I deem of thee, Though scarce of earth the homage that I pay, Forgive, if 'mid this fond idolatry A voice of human sympathy find way; And whisper that while Truth's and Science' ray With such serene effulgence o'er thee shone, There yet were moments when thy mortal day Was dark with clouds by secret sorrow thrown, Some lingering dream of youth--some lost beloved one.
The woman from whose ripped-open body a bloody infant emerges (looking both like a monster and like the innocent fetus in the scenes toward the end of Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey) stares at a framed amalgam of Bierstadt's Yosemite paintings on the wall, serenely radiating its effulgence.
While she is an alluring figure on stage, moving with enviable ease and grace, it is the effulgence of her distinctive soprano that makes the portrayal outstanding.
Displaying His unequaled effulgence and riding with great speed, He will kill by the millions those thieves who have dared dress as kings.