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luminous
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  • His throat swelled when his cheek moved against Maria’s hair and there was a hollow aching from his throat all through him as he held his arms around her; his head dropped, his eyes close to the watch where the lance-pointed, luminous splinter moved slowly up the left face of the dial.

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  • The sky was luminous with stars.
  • The snow was luminous from the moonlight.

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