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I'd exchange this whole pale summer for one hour of broad, torrid noonlight.
And while thus all without is unreal, it is also fleeting as the shadows of the flying clouds; and when God awakes, it disappears as they before the noonlight that clears the heavens.
This very day, in broad noonlight, a band of the men, carrying guns, came to Leonard's farm, which lies out there by the wood, invested the doors and gate, while their leader and some of the men marched into the room where the farmer and his family were sitting, and demanded money and the calf out of the stable.
As he rode up, and his gorgeous banner gleamed in the noonlight, the soldiers saluted him.
Night it enters into the full noonlight described in the "Spiritual
Yes, we golden boys, the moderns, have geniality everywhere -- a bounty broadcast like noonlight. "