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  • noun Plural form of emanation.

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Examples

  • The alien host, the spongy nebulae, the zip and twang of the photon torpedo, the bluster of the starship captain at his bridge — these, according to Hubbard, were not the idle tropes of pulp-fictioneers and drugged-up sci-fi hacks but the stuff of deepest prehistory, somber emanations from the memory of the species.

    Lost In Space

  • So a Contitutionally-unenumerated right to privacy results in emanations and penumbras from the Constitution that allows third trimester partial birth abortions, and restricts laws against sodomy and makes birth control a subject for strict scrutiny of legislation limiting its availability.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Diane Wood on the Second Amendment

  • Some of Erickson's buildings have the grim, stolid blankness of brutalism, but others, especially the well-sited ones that have gathered a cloak of greenery, feel primitive in a good way, magical emanations from the earth.

    Profile of Vancouver architect Bing Thom

  • The alien host, the spongy nebulae, the zip and twang of the photon torpedo, the bluster of the starship captain at his bridge — these, according to Hubbard, were not the idle tropes of pulp-fictioneers and drugged-up sci-fi hacks but the stuff of deepest prehistory, somber emanations from the memory of the species.

    Lost In Space

  • The alien host, the spongy nebulae, the zip and twang of the photon torpedo, the bluster of the starship captain at his bridge — these, according to Hubbard, were not the idle tropes of pulp-fictioneers and drugged-up sci-fi hacks but the stuff of deepest prehistory, somber emanations from the memory of the species.

    Lost In Space

  • The far better explanation is "You find the right in the emanations from the penumbras."

    Balkinization

  • The far better explanation is "You find the right in the emanations from the penumbras."

    Balkinization

  • They feed on various things, perfume, music, incense, smoke from cooking, or emanations from a monk's meditation.

    The Gaki in "Children of the Night" by Mercedes Lackey

  • They feed on various things, perfume, music, incense, smoke from cooking, or emanations from a monk's meditation.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • When women understand that governments and religions are human inventions; that Bibles, prayerbooks, catechisms, and encyclical letters are all emanations from the brain of man, they will no longer be oppressed by the injunctions that come to them with the divine authority of "Thus saith the Lord."

    Eighty Years and More: Reminiscences 1815-1897

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