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  • n. Plural form of brightness.

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Examples

  • Still, orange, red, and yellow objects might still look different to them: the colors have different brightnesses.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

  • “If changing brightnesses and temperatures of two different planets are correlated, then some planetary climate changes may be due to variations in the solar system environment,”

    Al Gore needed for Mars and Neptune mission — Meandering Passage

  • In this art they, the darknesses and brightnesses, constitute the woof of the play.

    Mary Hallock-Greenewalt « Alex McLean

  • See all those individual stars, with different colors and brightnesses?

    Well, That was Fun.

  • One thing you can do is to measure the color and brightnesses of individual stars.

    Well, That was Fun.

  • If changing brightnesses and temperatures of two different planets are correlated, then some planetary climate changes may be due to variations in the solar system environment.

    Swindle and Inconvenient Divergence « Climate Audit

  • The clouds wring sunlight out in folds, and these lurking sea brightnesses are, maybe, how complexity looks.

    Seaside and mess poem

  • If we moved about the sun, then we might expect to see the sun from all angles--which is to say, we might expect to be able to notice the differences between the brightnesses of the sun from front and back.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • If changing brightnesses and temperatures of two different planets are correlated, then some planetary climate changes may be due to variations in the solar system environment. posted by GayandRight @ 11:56 AM

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • The twin orange brightnesses pushed their light upwards, sparking and spitting like a roman candle fireworks display.

    The Welkening

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