ashine

ashine

(əˈʃaɪn)
adv
in a shining manner
References in classic literature ?
When at last a dip of the road hid it from his view, he cocked his steel cap, shrugged his broad shoulders, and rode on with laughter in his eyes, and his weather-beaten face all ashine with pleasant memories.
Argaw Ashine, AU Moves to Take Over Hague Cases, DAILY NATION (May 9, 2012), http://www.
He drew inspiration from a passage in the Baha'i sacred writings that speaks of a house of God in which "all the pillars of the dwelling are ashine with His light.
15 Iguacu 2 Of Lord ran) 6 (2013 to good 5yo+) (Handicap Class4 Chs 2m Catterick 5 March THING SURE 12) 11-(213/ btn (DIAMOND ASHINE 5 12), 11-(Dangerous 2, 11-(4l) De Hero 1 3,899: PSlengths 2 9th, hit and room much not 4th, hit leaders, 5th, headed led, weakened slow).
Ashine, Argaw, Agnelo Izama, Christopher Kidanka, and Tony Eluemunor.
The second prize went to Radio Panos and Argaw Ashine, the journalist who founded it.
Garden terraces in the morning sunlight were ashine with smashed bottles.
Snow knee-deep an' coastin' fine, Frozen mill-ponds all ashine, Seemin' jest to lay in wait, Beggin' you to come an' skate, An' you'd git your gal an' go Stumpin' cheerily thro' the snow, Feelin' pleased an' skeert an' warm `Cause she had a-hol yore arm.
For every child who makes it into the orphanage run by Ethiopian heroine Almaz Ashine, there are hundreds, perhaps thousands, of orphans who don't.
To Thee and Thy creatures we proffer our praise:/To our brother the sun in the heavens ashine,/Who brings us the beauty and joy of our days,/Thine emblem and sign.
Snow knee-deep an' coastin' fine, Frozen mill-ponds all ashine, Seemin' jest to lay in wait, Beggin' you to come an' skate, An' you'd git your gal an' go Stumpin cheerily thro' the snow, Feelin' pleased an' skeert an' warm 'Cause she had a-holt yore arm.
A handsomely restored relic from the past Ashines in any collection.