New light

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(Zool.) See Crappie.

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The Skynses Their traffic Hunting Food Horses A horse- race Devotional feeling of the Skynses, Nez Perces and Flatheads Prayers Exhortations A preacher on horseback Effect of religion on the manners of the tribes A new light.
It did not enter his head that he was in love with Natasha; he was not thinking about her, but only picturing her to himself, and in consequence all life appeared in a new light.
Each one watched for an unexpected fact, which might throw some new light on their uranographic studies.
I had seen nothing, in her language or her actions, to justify it at the time; and even with the new light thrown on her by the words which the stranger had addressed to the policeman, I could see nothing to justify it now.
Of this existence we know many things, but no new light falls upon any page of that; in memory is written all of it that we can read.
Led by the new light that had fallen on her, Emily returned to the library the next morning with a definite idea of what she had to look for.
Her face clouded again--she saw my proposal in a new light.
I have been afraid that you may think of me in a new light, or a new character.
Marianne's eagerness to be gone declared her dependence on finding him there; and Elinor was resolved not only upon gaining every new light as to his character which her own observation or the intelligence of others could give her, but likewise upon watching his behaviour to her sister with such zealous attention, as to ascertain what he was and what he meant, before many meetings had taken place.
Sure to see this very obscure subject under a new light.
He paused over his work, and looked at me with a grave and stern attention which presented his face in quite a new light.
Viewed by the new light in which he saw Geoffrey's character after the quarrel on the heath, the letter conveyed but one conclusion to his mind.