from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The bright are, or twilight are, when first seen near the eastern horizon opposite the sun just before sunset, due to sunlight reflected from the illuminated portion of the atmosphere. The twilight are rises, as the sun sinks lower, and eventually passes westward over the zenith.
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This is why I dislike the huge anti-twilight movement you see in comments here and elsewhere around the internet.
You peeps who bother to do ur 'anti-twilight' speeches are so lame.
I'm a massive Harry Potter fan and Simpsons fan and totally anti-twilight.
Now, for anti-twilight people, I understand you despise the book, but if you hate it so much, don’t even acknowledge the book.
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