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They also need some sunlight to grow and you need room to put them

This is the third year they've run it and the timing's slightly different

but the best part is the music and lighting They're magical

It teaches them about how white light or ordinary light is made up

The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again less sure about everything

This momentous decree came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of withering injustice

The only slight problems with this cot were that it had no brakes

This cot was slightly different in that although the side bar did not drop down

They need to provide maximum energy but they must also be compact and light for easy transport

yes But actually I think I prefer this lighter shade here Sky

Actually it's slightly less than the £250 it's £225 but the annual fee is only £300

And the stateof the art electronic sound and lighting systems have been installed

and this was called The Lights of New York

Holmes's cold thin fingers closed round my wrist and led me forward down a long hall until I dimly saw the murky fanlight over the door

Here Holmes turned suddenly to the right and we found ourselves in a large square empty room heavily shadowed in the corners but faintly lit in the centre from the lights of the street beyond

The blind was down and a strong light was burning in the room

I was about to make some remark to him when I raised my eyes to the lighted window and again experienced almost as great a surprise as before

In the dim light I saw his head thrown forward his whole attitude rigid with attention

As he sank to the level of this opening the light of the street no longer dimmed by the dusty glass fell full upon his face

It was always at night the rough hand on your shoulder the lights in your face

He finished the story in his diary When I saw her in the light she was quite an old woman

A hand fell lightly on his shoulder

They were brown light brown

What time do they turn the lights off at your flats Twenty three thirty

The clock said nine meaning twenty one hours but the light seemed too strong for evening

It was bright with cold light

In this place he felt the lights would never be turned out

There was an explosion of yellow light

There was a strong light in his face

They made sure he was not comfortable and was in slight pain

O'Brien touched the lever moving it just a little and the pain grew slightly less

There was blinding light and the feeling that he had been thrown back on the bed where he already was

It is dark in the art gallery, but Harry has a light

I am delighted with the house I am renting from him

I was delighted to see a warm fire and a table full of food

Unable to move, I stared in horror at the shape behind the glass, and screamed There were rapid footsteps outside my bedroom door, and then I saw the light of a candle in the room

I waited in the kitchen until it was light enough outside for me to find my way through the deep snow back to Thrushcross Grange

I like being dirty, and I'm going to be dirty! As he ran miserably out of the room, Hindley and his wife laughed loudly, delighted that their plan to separate the two young people seemed to be succeeding

Just then we heard a horse outside, and there was a light knock on the door

Edgar Linton entered, his handsome face full of delight at receiving Catherine's unexpected invitation

However, he grew more and more annoyed as he watched his wife's delighted face

There was no moon, and no lights were visible anywhere

so it depends what time your flight gets in

Well, we'll take your flight details so you don't need to worry too much about that

OK. And you'll be coming from the UK? What flight will you be travelling on?

Oh, it's Air Canada flight number AC936, from London Heathrow. Right

Things are slightly different in racket sports like tennis

set in a small forest by a lake and that's Day Six, the highlight for many

She wore a light silk dress and thin shoes, which did not seem at all suitable for a long walk in the snow

I was delighted to find her again, but I pretended to be angry to punish her

She was delighted to rediscover her cousin Linton, who was keeping warm by the fire

I'll go to the police! To the devil with you, Ellen! Miss Cathy, I'm delighted that your father will be miserable

1801 to 1802 I was delighted to come back to the Heights, and hoped I could make Cathy's life more comfortable

Suddenly in the darkness I saw a light moving on the ceiling

I saw a light, and I thought it was a ghost, I cried, holding tightly on to Bessie's hand

It was good to be back in my familiar bedroom, with a warm fire and candle light.

We were delighted, and all rushed out into the garden to eat our lunch.

Her look calmed me. What a smile she had! It was an intelligent, brave smile, lighting up her thin face and her tired grey eyes.

I could see him clearly in the moonlight.

You live in in that house? he asked, surprised, pointing to Thornfield Hall, which was lit up in the moonlight.

At the far end of the room Adele was delightedly telling Mrs. Fairfax about the presents she had received.

One night I was woken by a slight noise.

I saw it was coming from Mr. Rochester's door, which was slightly open.

Then I saw the light of his candle approaching through the darkness, and he appeared, looking pale and depressed.

There was energy in his voice and a strange light in his eyes.

He had obviously told the servants that he had accidentally set fire to his room by knocking over a lighted candle.

When she and Mr. Rochester sang together, it was a delight to hear.

Her hair still looked black, by candle light at least, and her teeth still seemed perfect.

I was delighted to see my old friend Bessie again.

Give me my name, say, "Edward, I'll marry you! " he cried, his face very pale in the moonlight.

Outside, the storm continued furiously all night, and in the morning we discovered that the great tree at the bottom of the garden, which had stood for hundreds of years, had been hit by lightning and torn in half.

No, wait. There was candle light in my room, and a strange shape examining the wedding dress hanging in my cupboard.

The moonlight shone into my bedroom, as it did then, and I saw a vision on the ceiling, a white figure looking down on me.

In the distance I could see a faint light, and I decided to try to reach it.

But suddenly there was light in my darkness, and God called me to be a missionary.

so neither of us heard the light footsteps approaching the cottage along the grassy path.

Married to the lovely Rosamund Oliver! Let me just imagine it! My heart is full of delight!

No, I didn't! But then whatAnd I stopped as light flooded my mind and I saw clearly the chain of circumstances which connected us.

It was a delight to see Diana's and Mary's faces when they arrived cold and stiff from their long journey,

There was a total silence in the house, and the room was full of moonlight.

In my room I fell to my knees to thank God for the sign he had sent me, and waited eagerly for daylight.

She was lighting some candles.

He kissed me. I'm no better than the great tree hit by lightning at Thornfield, he said.

Diana and Mary wrote back with delighted congratulations, but St John did not reply.

But . . . I know I can't stay here long, and . . . I would like to live in a lighthouse, after the hospital, please.

A lighthouse, or a home for blind people.

Lighthouses have sea all round them, don't they? he said.

Nobody could look at me in a lighthouse, so I would be happy there.

I did not want Merrick to live by himself, like a man in a lighthouse.

He sat in his room, and read his books, and said no more about living on a lighthouse.

Lights shone brightly from the shop windows.

It's one o'clock! cried Scrooge delightedly, and nothing has happened!

The clock now struck a deep, sad ONE, and immediately light shone into Scrooge's bedroom.

But the strangest thing about it was that from the top of its head shone a bright, clear light.

Perhaps this light was sometimes too bright, because under one arm it carried a hat, which looked like a large extinguisher.

Why was he so delighted to see them?

She was laughing delightedly as she began to pull him towards the door.

Here it was Christmas time again, but it was evening, and there were lights in the shops and streets.

He remembered and enjoyed it all with the greatest delight.

The light on the spirit's head was burning very clearly.

The light that shone brightly from the ghost of Christmas Past showed that she was crying.

The noise became twice as loud, as the children received their presents with delight, and kissed their father gratefully.

And Scrooge, noticing that the ghostly light was burning high and bright, suddenly took the extinguisher, and pushed it down hard on the spirit's head.

But although it covered the ghost's head and body, Scrooge could not hide the light, which continued to shine out strongly from underneath.

At one o'clock, instead of a spirit, a strong light shone down on Scrooge's bed.

After a few minutes he thought that perhaps the light was coming from the next room, so he got up and went to the door.

Light shone from the torch which it was holding in its strong right hand.

Oh, it was a wonderful pudding! They were all delighted with it.

As they disappeared in the light of the spirit's torch, Scrooge could not take his eyes off them, especially Tiny Tim.

The ghost was delighted to see all this excitement, and made sure that he lifted his torch over every poor family, to give them more fun, and better food, and greater happiness.

The spirit took Scrooge to a lighthouse built on a lonely rock, several miles from land.

A light was kept burning at the top, in order to warn sailors to keep away from the dangerous rocks.

Later the friends played guessing games, and Scrooge joined in the games with delight.

A light shone down from above, on to the body of a dead man, covered with a sheet.

It's difficult to work by candlelight. And I don't want to show red eyes to your father when he comes home.

Often! But he was very light to carry, and your father loved him so much!

Here are my bed curtains! he cried delightedly.

No fog at all, a clear, bright, cold day, golden sunlight, blue sky, sweet clean air, merry bells.

What a delightful boy! said Scrooge.

It was the season of light, it was the season of darkness.

He touched Lucie's face lightly with his lips, whispered a few words, and went into the next room.

It was moonlight in my dream. The pale light shone on the windows and grey stone walls of the old house.

For a moment, the house seemed full of light. I thought that we were living there, happy and secure.

The moonlight shone more clearly. Now I saw that Manderley was an empty shell.

I woke up. Manderley was far away. Hard, bright sunlight shone into our bare hotel room.

Here, the hard light of the sun shines on white walls.

They were fat, rude women like herself. My job was to talk to them, light their cigarettes and tidy the room after they had gone.

Only a little sunlight came through their thick branches. Everything was very quiet.

The old house was perfect. It was built in a small hollow and its grey stones glowed in the sunlight.

Mrs Danvers was standing at the top of the wide flight of stairs.

This room led into a large, light bedroom with wide windows.

I thought I would light the fire in the library. It's rather cold in there.

Did Rebecca use the cottage a lot? Yes, she did. She slept in the cottage sometimes. She had moonlight picnics on the shore.

I turned the handle of the nearest door and went inside. Everything was dark. I found the light and switched it on.

Coloured lights were hung in the trees outside.

Manderley had been made into a place of light and beauty, just for me.

I walked across to the window. I could see the coloured lights in the trees.

Every window of the house was coloured by the falling lights.

I walked slowly into the house. The lights had been turned off. The rooms were empty.

I went up the stairs and along the corridor to my room. It was almost light now and a bird had started to sing.

I got out of bed and opened the curtains. Sunlight filled the room. I could not hide in my bedroom any longer.

Maxim was talking in quick, short sentences. I held his hand tightly. I saw a light in the cottage and went in.

I must have fallen asleep. I woke up suddenly. It was five o'clock. I got up and went to the window. There was no wind. Lightning flashed against the grey sky.

Well, said Maxim, lighting a cigarette. Perhaps someone should phone that number. Would you mind, Frank?

The dark trees were all round me. Then I was standing on the terrace. Moonlight shone on the windows.

I went on watching the sky. It was still getting lighter. A blood, red light was spreading across the sky.

But the sky in front of us was full of dreadful light. And the light was red, red like blood.

The amber light came on. Two of the cars ahead accelerated before the red light appeared.

some people maintain that this delay, while apparently so insignificant, has only to be multiplied by the thousands of traffic lights that exist in the city

The green light came on at last, the cars moved off briskly, but then it became clear that not all of them were equally quick off the mark.

With a rapid movement, what was in sight has disappeared behind the man's clenched fists, as if he were still trying to retain inside his mind the final image captured, a round red light at the traffic lights.

The lights had already changed again, some inquisitive passersby had gathered around the group, and the drivers further back who did not know what was going on,

protested at what they thought was some common accident, a smashed headlight, a dented fender, nothing to justify this upheaval,

He was puzzled that they should still be at a standstill, Why aren't we moving, he asked, The light is on red, replied the other.

From now on he would no longer know when the light was red.

lightly running his fingers over them, but at the same time it was as if all of this were already dissolving into a kind of strange dimension,

He had even reached the point of thinking that the darkness in which the blind live was nothing other than the simple absence of light,

Please, don't frighten me, look at me, here, I'm here, the light is on,

I know you're there, I can hear you, touch you, I can imagine you've switched on the light, but I am blind.

Pay attention, I'm going to switch off the light and you can tell me, now, Nothing,

No, it was on the street when I was stationary at a red light, some person brought me home, the car was left in the next street,

They left. Below, in the lobby, his wife switched on the light and whispered in his ear.

The light, this light, had been transformed into noise for him.

This is a diesel engine, it must be a taxi, he said, pressing once more on the button for the light.

The blind man explained that he was in his car, waiting for the red light to change when suddenly he could no longer see,

And you say it came on all of a sudden, Yes, doctor, Like a light going out, More like a light going on,

He was most careful to obey the traffic lights, under no circumstances to go when the light was red, to respect the amber light, to wait patiently for the green light to come on.

At a certain point, he realised that he had started to look at the lights in a way that was becoming obsessive.

He then started to regulate the speed of the car to ensure that he always had a green light before him,

In the end, disoriented as he was, tense beyond endurance, he drove the car into a minor road where he knew there were no traffic lights, and parked almost without looking, he was such a good driver.

She did not remove her glasses, the street lighting disturbed her, especially the illuminated ads.

perceived the seriousness of the disaster that was to blight their lives when her husband, weeping his heart out, fell into her arms and told her what we already know.

but, at the same time, he was anxiously waiting for the light of day, and these are the exact words that came into his mind,

The light of day, knowing that he would not see it.

or as had been confirmed in his own case, a touch of myopia, a slight astigmatism, all so mild that he had decided, in the meantime, not to use corrective lenses.

In that case you ought to call a doctor, a real doctor, quipped the functionary, and, delighted with his own wit, he hung up.

Then he filled the balloons with helium, a gas that is lighter than air.

He also had a video camera to record the flight.

It gets power from the sun to run many of its lights.

They want to start making regular space flights.

There have not been any flights yet.

They're really good. They had a video with all the highlights of the festival at a stand in the lobby to the library, so I heard them

That is what the Warriors of the Light try to teach.

And, one day, the leader of the caravan made the decision that the fires should no longer be lighted, so as not to attract attention to the caravan.

Although their flight appeared to have no pattern, it made a certain kind of sense to the boy.

I am learning the Language of the World, and everything in the world is beginning to make sense to me… even the flight of the hawks, he said to himself.

But the boy told him about the hawks: that he had been watching their flight and had suddenly felt himself to have plunged to the Soul of the World.

One could open a book to any page, or look at a person's hand; one could turn a card, or watch the flight of the birds

Only the lights in the great tent remained.

The ground was covered with the most beautiful carpets he had ever walked upon, and from the top of the structure hung lamps of hand wrought gold, each with a lighted candle.

When the boy left the tent, the oasis was illuminated only by the light of the full moon.

The steel of its blade glittered in the light of the moon.

Who dares to read the meaning of the flight of the hawks? he demanded, so loudly that his words seemed to echo through the fifty thousand palm trees of Al Fayoum.

Why did you read the flight of the birds?

The alchemist lighted the fire, and soon a delicious aroma filled the tent.

They began to ride out over the sands, with the moon lighting their way.

Fatima went back to her tent, and, when daylight came, she went out to do the chores she had done for years. But everything had changed.

If what you had found was only a moment of light, like the explosion of a star, you would find nothing on your return.

They dug a hole and lit their fire in it, so that the light of the flames would not be seen.

It's like the flight of those two hawks; it can't be understood by reason alone.

The tribesman who was searching the alchemist's belongings found a small crystal flask filled with a liquid, and a yellow glass egg that was slightly larger than a chicken's egg.

What is love? the desert asked. Love is the falcon's flight over your sands.

The wind screamed with delight, and blew harder than ever. The tents were being blown from their ties to the earth, and the animals were being freed from their tethers.

The alchemist lighted the fire, and the monk brought him some lead, which the alchemist placed in an iron pan.

The other son was a poet, and delighted all of Rome with his beautiful verses.

The moonlight cast shadows through the dunes, creating the appearance of a rolling sea;

There, illuminated by the light of the moon and the brightness of the desert, stood the solemn and majestic Pyramids of Egypt.

Their backs were to the moonlight, and the boy could see neither their eyes nor their faces.

Then we have a light lunch and a big dinner.

Every Friday evening we put the spotlight on different arts and culture facilities, and look at the shows and events that are on offer in the coming week.

Something we're planning to do to help control the flow of traffic in the area is to install traffic lights half way down Hill Street where it crosses Days Road.

Yes, we do have halls which tend to cater for slightly older students.

Hello, I'm delighted to welcome you to our Wildlife Club,

The park is only open during daylight hours, so bear that in mind if you decide to go there.

The north, east and west sides were set in the earth, and only the sloping, south facing side was exposed to light.

Sunlight floods in through the glass wall and to maximise it there are lots of mirrors and windows inside the house.

That helps to spread the light around. So that's the first thing light is utilised as fully as possible.

The switch itself doesn't light up, but the little square below will be black if the switch is off.

The middle one of these three controls you'll see it's slightly larger than the first one controls the radiators.

Then there's a little square indicator under the third knob that's a kind of alarm light.

Walking down another street, Underneath the red lights, I am watching where the shadows fall,

And when you need a light in the lonely nights;

And when you need a light in the lonely nights; Carry me like a fire in your heart; Carry me like a fire in your heart;

And when you need a light in the lonely nights, Carry me like a fire in your heart, Carry me like a fire in your heart,

Under the moonlight, reaching your heart,

I see the storm grow, there's a light in the desert tonight;

Could be I'm heading for a night on the river, But I see the lights of a car, shining in the dark,

And all of the light that's in your eyes, shining here tonight,

With romantic music and the lights down low, And as you stand there amazed at the door,

It is a place on the edge of town, Just shining in a hell fire light, they're waiting,

They're waving arms and flashing lights, Standing out on the road,

So if you're going to the edge of town, Don't lose in a hell fire light, (they're waiting,

Plenty of time to turn out the light, I want to keep this feeling inside, for a little more,

Staring at the shadows and the flickering lights,

I never knew love could be the sunlight in your eyes, On a day that you may not have seen,

And in the dark night, you'll follow the bright light, And go where the love must go,

This is the place we used to go, With romantic music and the lights down low, And as you stand there amazed at the door,

Or the highlights in your hair that catch your eyes,

Just to see her for a night, And in the candlelight, To talk and remember early days;

The separate letters that never see the light,

She is sleeping now, softly in the night, And in my heart of darkness she has been the only light,

Take care, it's such a lonely sky, They'll trap your wings my love and hold your flight, They'll build a cage and steal your only sky,

The old cathedral lights are low She and I we'd often go there To admire and sometimes kneel in prayer;

Out there it's such a lonely sky, They'll trap your wings my love and hold your flight,

And all of the light that's in your eyes, shining here tonight,

The flights will be limited to an area on Virginia Tech property away from the main campus grounds, according to the university's Mid Atlantic Aviation Partnership.

This is the most complex delivery flight operation that I am aware of that's occurred on US soil, Blanks told Bloomberg.

But they don't recognize me now In the light of day

Let me photograph you in this light In case it is the last time That we might be exactly like we were Before we realized We were sad of getting old It made us restless

My God, this reminds me Of when we were young Let me photograph you in this light In case it is the last time That we might be exactly like we were Before we realized

Let me photograph you in this light In case it is the last time That we might be exactly like we were Before we realized

Old friend, why are you so shy? Ain't like you to hold back or hide from the light.

And then we focus on their heads. And slightly to one side.

They live up there, and slightly to one side.

As the strong man exults in his physical ability, delighting in such exercises as call his muscles into action,

and men of the highest order of intellect have been known to take an apparently unaccountable delight in it, while eschewing chess as frivolous.

The narrative which follows will appear to the reader somewhat in the light of a commentary upon the propositions just advanced.

At the first dawn of the morning we closed all the messy shutters of our old building; lighting a couple of tapers which, strongly perfumed, threw out only the ghastliest and feeblest of rays.

Then we sallied forth into the streets arm in arm, continuing the topics of the day, or roaming far and wide until a late hour, seeking, amid the wild lights and shadows of the populous city, that infinity of mental excitement which quiet observation can afford.

He seemed, too, to take an eager delight in its exercise if not exactly in its display and did not hesitate to confess the pleasure thus derived.

You stepped upon one of the loose fragments, slipped, slightly strained your ankle, appeared vexed or sulky, muttered a few words, turned to look at the pile, and then proceeded in silence.

By this time the cries had ceased; but, as the party rushed up the first flight of stairs, two or more rough voices in angry contention were distinguished and seemed to proceed from the upper part of the house.

To this horrible mystery there is not as yet, we believe, the slightest clew.

but nothing whatever has transpired to throw light upon it.

more susceptible of feeble impressions of light than the interior),

A careful search soon brought to light the hidden spring.

About five feet and a half from the casement in question there runs a lightning rod.

reach to within two feet of the lightning rod.

I picked the ribbon up at the foot of the lightning rod.

The police are at fault they have failed to procure the slightest clew.

In passing down an alley in the rear of the Rue Morgue, the fugitive's attention was arrested by a light gleaming from the open window of Madame L'Espanaye's chamber, in the fourth story of her house.

Rushing to the building, it perceived the lightning rod,

A lightning rod is ascended without difficulty, especially by a sailor;

Mont Blanc stands firm with its snow capped summit, and the Northern Lights gleam over the land of the North;

it is quite light, for above three hundred lamps are burning there.

And so he struck a light, and whisk! came the dog with eyes as big as tea cups.

Lights were shining from every window, and there was a savory smell of roast goose, for it was New year's eve yes, she remembered that.

It gave a warm, bright light, like a little candle, as she held her hand over it.

It was really a wonderful light.

It burst into a flame, and where its light fell upon the wall it became as transparent as a veil, and she could see into the room.

She lighted another match, and then she found herself sitting under a beautiful Christmas tree.

The Christmas lights rose higher and higher, till they looked to her like the stars in the sky.

She again rubbed a match on the wall, and the light shone round her;

And she made haste to light the whole bundle of matches, for she wished to keep her grandmother there.

And the matches glowed with a light that was brighter than the noon day,

uttered by a little boy, who clapped his hands with delight when the lid of the box, in which they lay, was taken off.

The tin soldier could already see daylight shining where the arch ended.

After a while, a flash of lightning seemed to pass through him, and then the daylight approached, and a voice cried out, I declare here is the tin soldier.

The flames lighted up the tin soldier, as he stood, the heat was very terrible, but whether it proceeded from the real fire or from the fire of love he could not tell.

One evening a terrible storm came on; there was thunder and lightning, and the rain poured down in torrents.

It swam on the water, and dived, but it was slighted by every creature because of its ugliness.

and from the thicket came three glorious white swans; they rustled their wings, and swam lightly on the water.

everybody seemed to be delighted, and the emperor appointed the two swindlers Imperial Court weavers.

They are all as light as a cobweb, and one must feel as if one had nothing at all upon the body; but that is just the beauty of them.

Then it was suddenly light up among the trees, and she fancied it must be the moon,

Then a light broke in on her mind, and her heart expanded.

They read deep and learned books to him, and then the lightest and most trifling that could be found, but all to no purpose.

It was not quite dark; the northern lights shot forth red and blue flames, like continuous fireworks,

and the snow glittered, and reflected back the light, so that the night here was one long twilight.

and, stretching out his arm, the walls of the hut sunk down, as though they had been formed of a light, airy veil of mist,

The shutters were closed outside the windows, but the light could still be seen shining out over them.

It was a long way that he had to travel before he came to the river, and Little Claus was not too light to carry.

He took the sack on his shoulders again, although it seemed to him as if the sack had become lighter;

How light he is to carry now! Yes, that is because I have heard a psalm.

On the following morning, when the flower once more stretched forth its tender petals, like little arms, towards the air and light,

When quite a little child she would delight in catching flies, and tearing off their wings, so as to make creeping things of them.

but while she acknowledged this in deep penitence, a beam of radiant light shot suddenly into the depths upon her.

was the stony form of Inge changed, and as a little bird she soared, with the speed of lightning, upward to the world of mortals.

The sweet, fresh air; the soft radiance of the moon, as its light spread over the earth;

and when the last bread crumb had been found and given, the gray wings of the bird became white, and spread themselves out for flight.

as it dived into the sea, and rose again into the clear sunlight, white and glittering.

The country people say that this appearance is caused by lightning;

The tree bends for ward slightly, and the branches hang quite down to the ground just like green hair.

Do not look at the lightning when the cloud bursts; even men cannot do that.

In a flash of lightning heaven opens, and we can look in; but the sight will strike even human beings blind.

Proudly and boldly he looked up, while the lightning flashed across the sky as if the whole world were in flames.

refreshed by the rain, but the buckwheat lay like a weed in the field, burnt to blackness by the lightning.

It was dirty work, but they took great delight in it.

He looked out over it, and over the rampart, and over the nunshill opposite, where the convent lay, and the light gleamed forth from the nun's cell.

they seized their weapons and put him to flight like a wild beast.

Then he scattered the dry leaves over the light earth with his foot,

left to him by his sister, and he placed it in his sleeping room, close by his bed, for it was very lovely in appearance, and the fragrance sweet and delightful.

Well, I understand that it is a personal slight to me, cried the beetle.

All this was very delightful, and when the beetle woke up he crept forth and looked around him.

At the back, large palm trees were growing; and the sunlight made the leaves look quite glossy;

it was mild and agreeable in broad daylight, and dark at night, as it generally is;

Rejoice with us, said the air and the sunlight. Enjoy thine own bright life in the fresh air.

Oh, that the evening were come, thought the tree, and the tapers lighted!

At last the tapers were lighted, and then what a glistening blaze of light the tree presented!

and he looked forward joyfully to the next evening, expecting to be again decked out with lights and playthings, gold and fruit.

But they dragged him out of the room and up stairs to the garret, and threw him on the floor, in a dark corner, where no daylight shone, and there they left him.

But when he went on and related all about Christmas eve, and how he had been dressed up with cakes and lights, the mice said, How happy you must have been, you old fir tree.

And then the tree related the whole story; he could remember every single word, and the little mice was so delighted with it, that they were ready to jump to the top of the tree.

then the servant dragged it out upon the staircase where the daylight shone.

This is delightful. We can let the goose walk about with a string tied to her leg, so she will be fatter still before we roast her.

Some live in hydrothermal vents holes in the ocean floor hundreds of metres down where there's lots of pressure and no sunlight.

One Christmas I wrapped a broken lightbulb in a box and gave it to mother as a present.

I pretended to drop it and the broken lightbulb made a glass shattering noise and she thought that I had broken her present.