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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of fluoresce.

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Examples

  • Strings of glimmer fluoresced across its edges, betraying a bellyful of rainwater.

    It Wasn't Me.

  • The Prize has been awarded for your work on GFP of course, and for your revelation of how GFP fluoresced, and then using that knowledge to create mutants which extended the palette of colours of tags available.

    Roger Y. Tsien - Interview

  • Many of the trees and flowers also fluoresced blue-white in the moonlight, lighting their way as if they walked in a diamond night.

    TRIANGLE

  • Many of the trees and flowers also fluoresced blue-white in the moonlight, lighting their way as if they walked in a diamond night.

    TRIANGLE

  • Many of the trees and flowers also fluoresced blue-white in the moonlight, lighting their way as if they walked in a diamond night.

    TRIANGLE

  • This image of fluoresced mouse brain cells illustrates their research but seems as much art as science.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • I love the fluoresced mouse brain cells...it does look like art.

    More Random Shots

  • This image of fluoresced mouse brain cells illustrates their research but seems as much art as science.

    More Random Shots

  • The small secret room fluoresced with a gentle hum, as Coffin switched on the light.

    The Art Thief

  • During which procedure he produced a “stream” or “ray” that fluoresced whatever it hit, was warm to the touch, and cast shadows.

    American Connections

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