1 She gave him a light pat on the arm.
2 It was drained of light, severe, stone cold.
3 Giles crumpled the newspaper and turned out the light.
4 A shaft of light like a yellow banner sloped from roof to floor.
5 Grant us to be thy servants on earth; grant us to spread the light of thy.
6 She waved her hand at the trees standing bare in the clear light of January.
7 Darts of red and green light flashed from the rings on Mrs. Manresa's fingers.
8 All that inner darkness became a hall, leaf smelling, earth smelling of yellow light.
9 Pointz Hall was seen in the light of an early summer morning to be a middle-sized house.
10 But alas, sunset light was unsympathetic to her make-up; plated it looked, not deeply interfused.
11 It blazed a soft yellow, a lambent light under a film of velvet; it filled the caverns behind the eyes with light.
12 The light but variable breeze, foretold by the weather expert, flapped the yellow curtain, tossing light, then shadow.
13 All these eyes, expanding and narrowing, some adapted to light, others to darkness, looked from different angles and edges.
14 Hirsute, handsome, virile, the young man in blue jacket and brass buttons, standing in a beam of dusty light, was her husband.
15 She came in like a swan swimming its way; then was checked and stopped; was surprised to find people there; and lights burning.
16 They were bringing up nets full of fish from the sea; but Isa was seeing--the garden, variable as the forecast said, in the light breeze.
17 For she turned, and Giles stepped forward; and the light breeze which the meteorologist had foretold fluttered her skirts; and she went, like a goddess, buoyant, abundant, with flower-chained captives following in her wake.
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