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il·lu·mi·na·tive

 (ĭ-lo͞o′mə-nā′tĭv)
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Of, causing, or capable of causing illumination.
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LEDs are also used for the headlamps, taillamps, fog lamps and other illuminative elements, with lenses constructed from durable material with an almost crystalline quality.
In this work, Catherine describes the stages of the spiritual life according to the traditional threefold schema of the purgative, illuminative, and unitive ways, although she prefers to speak of them as three stairs or steps that the Christian must climb on the bridge of Christ's cross in order to reach heaven.
The context Kershaw brings to bear on Traherne's approach to divine immanence is fascinating and illuminative.
Author, Illuminative Ecclesiology for a Wounded World: Pope Francis and the Praxis of a Poor and Merciful Church (Orbis Books, forthcoming)
Chesterton, during the war wrote an illuminative book on what he calls the Crimes of England.
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By giving us such an illuminative book that simultaneously examines a culture of information and openness as well as represents an exemplar of that culture, Schudson honors that spirit indeed.
Surprising and illuminative, Sam Maloof places not only art, but also the role of the artist, at the heart of our culture.
Then another 16 papers explore dispositions in contemporary metaphysics, habits in illuminative cognition, virtue and politics, the history of philosophy, habit and ethics, passions in morality, two defenses of virtue, and truth.
2] area that remains largely ice-free, Adrian Howkins provides an illuminative exercise in historical reconstruction--charting the route of the Griffith Taylor Expedition (1911) together with its assessment of local ecological conditions--before moving on to consider how this historical data (notes, sketches, geological samples and photographs) might aid contemporary scientific efforts to plot long-term ecosystem change in the region (specifically in relation to rising water levels and climate change baselines).
An intriguing use of light incorporated in sculpture and paintings to give an illuminative affect drew art lovers as this is the first work in recent times where an artist has incorporated light in her artwork.
Theresa of Avila, have laid out a triad of development: the purgative way, the illuminative way, and the unitive way--ultimately to embrace the Transcendent, (3) however understood.