He asked how far away those twinklers
were, and whether God was on the other side of them.
But we're going to skip round among those little twinklers
up there--the stars--and the splendid planets that my old man so often talks about.
THE phrase 'nul points' or 'nil pwa' became legendary during the years when Irish twinkler
Terry Wogan took the gentle mick out of the Eurovision Song Contest.
On Yellow & Green, there are songs, such as Twinkler
, which begins with a melodic acoustic guitar (albeit against the background of a mildly ominous sounding giant fly's buzz); there are lyrics, such as those on March to the Sea, that can seem uncommon for a heavy metal band: There was a whisper/Once there were heralds and parades/ You sang your secrets through the tolling of the tide/ The fugitive rooms, the amateur tombs/ The silence and the cries/ The quickening beat/ Your march to the sea/ Never to return; and on Purple, their latest, there are guitar solos and drum lines, such as the one on The Iron Bell, which can make them sound like a southern jam band (albeit one that is probably amped up on speed and steroids).
Field work, outreach programs, camping, spiritual retreats, physical fitness activities, livelihood activities, arts and crafts, and plays are elements of Girl Scouts lives that prepare them for responsibilities in the home and community, starting as Twinkler
Scout (ages 4-6) until they reach Cadet Girl Scout (ages 15-21).
In the country's total darkness, each star becomes a twinkler
and you knew if you were just a little taller, you could reach up and touch one.
Vega is the queen star of high summer: a bright, slightly sapphire-tinted twinkler
. It's the brightest star that ever passes nearly straight overhead as seen from near the populous 40[degrees] latitude line on Earth.
He was sexy as well, and a terrible twinkler
, so it can't be bad.