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  • Most nights our house is lit-up as if we were trying to direct ships to shore.

    Eco-Justice

  • All lit-up like a Shatterday night, they danced the fanny-wanko.

    Baby Blue

  • Ford posed by the lit-up circle where a driver might ordinarily pump his gas.

    Ford Unveils 'Car Of The Future'

  • In the row of lit-up homes, the Martin house is, as always, dark.

    Hopefulness

  • Even after Christmas comes and goes, the lit-up lawns and trees glitter under the dark skies.

    Homes for the Holidays

  • Of a lit-up crystal side table, said Mr. de Villemejane, "sitting is OK, but no kicking."

    Butterfly in House of Glass

  • Otley Courthouse Arts CentreLumiere, Durham, Sat & SunArtichoke's light festival includes neon works by artists including Martin Creed, a huge lit-up waterfall, plus talks.

    This week's new events

  • Now there's a rare use for pens and pencils, and hundreds of students are becoming absorbed in lit-up screens.

    Laela Zaidi: An A In Tetris

  • Lights had begun to appear in the corridors of the quadrangle, and here and there in a professor's office, while Roble and Encina looked like lit-up ferries.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • "Her lit-up, excited expression was quite possibly the best thing that had ever happened to me in my entire life, besides the birth of my kids and maybe my wedding day," writes Christensen.

    Holly Cara Price: Book Review: The Astral by Kate Christensen

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