starshine


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starshine

(ˈstɑːˌʃaɪn)
n
starlight
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It was aglow with light, as the sea itself, and the eyes were flashing in the starshine.
He was smiling to himself as he looked up into her virginal face, so innocent, so penetratingly innocent, that its purity seemed always to enter into him, driving out of him all dross and bathing him in some ethereal effulgence that was as cool and soft and velvety as starshine. WE KNOW THERE ARE NASTY THINGS IN THE WORLD!
For a long time they were content to walk together in the evenings, or to sit side by side on a bench in the park, neither uttering a word for an hour at a time, merely gazing into each other's eyes, too faintly luminous in the starshine to be a cause for self-consciousness and embarrassment.
When he tried to think of the Alice he loved he saw, not the shadowy spirit occupant of the west gable, but the young girl who had stood under the pine, beautiful with the beauty of moonlight, of starshine on still water, of white, wind-swayed flowers growing in silent, shadowy places.
All about me were nobleness of purpose and heroism of effort, and my days and nights were sunshine and starshine, all fire and dew, with before my eyes, ever burning and blazing, the Holy Grail, Christ's own Grail, the warm human, long-suffering and maltreated but to be rescued and saved at the last."
It's harder, of course, for newer stars who look like a more established luminary to snatch their own share of starshine.
Starshine and a few good fallen breezes, to remind us where
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(8) zombie ghost: the distinction between zombie and ghost is sometime blurred by the overemphasis on returning from the dead; the zombie ghost is not actually a zombie, but rather someone who has returned from the dead with all or most of his/her faculties intact; most of such narratives can be considered ghost stories (Clive Barker, Sex, Death, and Starshine, 1984);
Stark, in contrast to the dark intimacy of the candlelit birth cave and the starshine of Epiphany.
O'Quinn, BSN, RN, CPN, is a Clinical Nurse II, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Starshine Hospice and Palliative Care, Division of Home Care Services, Cincinnati OH.