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  • Too bad I've fallen victim to "Afterglow" and it's not even a minor thing, dear lord I LOVE THAT SONG. and J.D. he's not so bad on the eyes.

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  • And you can get her "Afterglow" live CD-DVD set in stores now.

    CNN Transcript Jun 10, 2005

  • Similar moments of pathos occur in "Break of Day", where the poets notes that, after dawn, the "spent night / stays on in the eyes of the blind", or in "Afterglow", when he refers to "the unanimous fear of the dark".

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  • The Three Rivers show, among the region's largest, has 147 entries this year, "the most we've ever gotten," said Janet Kaiser, whose vibrant "Afterglow" quilt was machine-pieced and hand-quilted from a single piece of batik fabric that reminded her of a Lake Michigan sunset.

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  • "Laws of Illusion" is McLachlan's first studio album in seven years, but it picks up where 2003's "Afterglow" left off.

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  • In my case, I just roll my eyes and put on The Very Best of Steely Dan (available in 4 formats in my household, all mine), or stick on that video of Genesis Live (where the pink lights on "Afterglow" still give me shivers up my spine, reminding me of the first gig my little sister & I ever went to) - and think, "bless".

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  • A ticket that includes the pre-gala VIP reception and "Afterglow" party costs $1,000.

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  • Ruffled purple-pink rosettes of Echeveria 'Afterglow'"kick off their bloom in July but still have flower spikes in winter," she says.

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  • A ticket that includes the pre-gala VIP reception and "Afterglow" party costs $1 000.

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  • And despite becoming a mother during her semi-hiatus, McLachlan did manage an impressive "Afterglow" in 2003, followed by the less-labor-intensive seasonal release "Wintersong" in 2006.

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  • Thanks lk, interesting note.

    May 15, 2010

  • Here in the Bible belt, afterglow is the time after the end of a church service and before everyone gets in their cars to go home. Almost exclusively used in small towns by ladies age 60 and above.

    May 15, 2010