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  • The green-glowing marmosets, and other transgenic animals that glow, are used by scientists to gain insight into genetic diseases.

    Boing Boing

  • By the time Sinestro pulled a giant green-glowing fish out of Kyle Rayner's chest, it actually almost made a kind of sense.

    SINESTRO CORPS WAR

  • After crying green-glowing tears in the ladies†™ room for a few minutes, I adjusted my dress, re-set my eye blinkers, and went back into the club.

    365 tomorrows » 2006 » February : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • And from the way they both hovered around the Lightbringers — a green-glowing witch with long sandalwood-scented dark hair and the unmistakable gentleness of a healer, and a blond, blue-eyed doll with the sound of a waterfall resounding behind her words — Remy saw that the impossible had happened for both of them.

    Watcher 3] Fire Watcher

  • Before the Royal Alchymist could respond, a green-glowing figure appeared on the streaming quarterdeck before them.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • Three swift paces, brought him to the green-glowing sigil.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • Affixed in it was the green-glowing plaque of moonstone called Fortress, which shielded all rooms on this top floor of the South Tower from windwatching, and interdicted any person other than herself from entering or leaving without her freely spoken permission.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • June Bug had her mirror out, and stood staring at what looked to Lauren like a green-glowing map drawn by earthworms.

    Memory of Fire

  • Lauren slid her hand up to the elbow straight into the green-glowing mirror in reply.

    Memory of Fire

  • Its feral grin of steel teeth was stained with the green-glowing slime.

    Bloodlines

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