Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of illuminator.

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Examples

  • Each of the volunteer "illuminators" will be responsible for one of the 500 individual points of light that will be placed at 820ft (250m) intervals along the route of the 84-mile

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • And I hazarded our lives, perhaps, if you please, on a psychological guess that I had convinced our mutineers that we had an inexhaustible stock of illuminators in reserve.

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  • Of course, suspended from the rings, are the illuminators, and when they have run down the stays fifty feet the lines will automatically bring them to rest.

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  • Whether they were attacking the poop tentatively to learn whether or not I had exhausted my illuminators, or whether or not they were trying to rescue Ditman

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  • My first spring was to the tripping-lines on my illuminators.

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  • Nevertheless, the illuminators had earned the respect of the mutineers for my fireworks.

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  • Icon painters, silversmiths and manuscript illuminators produced exquisite liturgical objects for example, the manuscripts commissioned by Emperor John VI Kantakouzenos in the 1350s.

    The Glories of Byzantium

  • Above all he was the 20th century reviver of the medieval craft of the miniaturists and illuminators of sacred texts, a multi-patriot who devoted his enormous talents to the struggle for freedom and against political evil, an artist who so forcefully depicted the battle to defeat the Nazis and their Axis allies, that Eleanor Roosevelt declared him a "one man army against Hitler."

    Arthur Szyk: A New Exhibit of the Great Illuminator

  • “Newspapers ought to be illuminators of the public mind,” he informed his readers upon taking over; as such, “the office of an editor is one of great importance and responsibility.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • Seeing that the Czechs were using night vision goggles, none of the women had activated their illuminators.

    The Athena Project

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