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“So, it was like a ray of sunshine when Franklin Delano”
“A ray of sunshine was slanting into the stable and lighting up the carter’s left ear and a hoof of one of the horses.”
“The Requiescat in Oscar's first book of poems was written in memory of this sister who died in her teens, whom he likened to “a ray of sunshine dancing about the house.””
“This morning, at Fontenay, before opening his eyes, he felt a ray of sunshine passing through his eyelids.”
“The "Requiescat" in Oscar's first book of poems was written in memory of this sister who died in her teens, whom he likened to "a ray of sunshine dancing about the house.”
“At this moment, a ray of sunshine streaked the deep blue water, and a gleaming sea-bird, which had been sitting like a tuft of foam upon a wave, rose with outstretched pinions, and soared away.”
“She carries a ray of sunshine in her right hand; and that's as magic-working a wand as any fairy ever wielded – hey, Mr. Carleton?”
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