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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of radiate.


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  • A general feeling of ubi sunt radiates from the text of Beowulf.

    Ubi sunt | clusterflock

  • There are also more models featuring grills, griddles and, my favorite, the French top: a large, flat cast-iron surface whose heat radiates from the center.

    Dreams of a high-end kitchen range go on the front burner

  • But their fame sometimes seems to sit uneasily? though it is difficult to tell whether the discomfort radiates from the band themselves or from their devoted and possessive fans.

    Love, Belle and Sebastian-style

  • Remember, she even held her own standing next to Bill Clinton, and that man radiates from a distance of a football field.

    Betraying Hillary

  • This is how it must have begun with all of the people she has come to fall in love with, the murderers and the monsters, the celebrities whose loathsomeness radiates from the television screen.

    The Uses of Enchantment

  • Although presented in the context of their homes and personal environments, a certain amount of vulnerability and discomfort radiates from the sitters and is passed onto the viewer.

    Cool Stuff: Steve Schofield’s The Land of the Free | /Film

  • What radiates from the pages of Frances Spalding's book is a fascinating character, hugely resilient, devoted to her loved ones and immensely talented.

    Saturday on a Thursday and my old friend Gwen.

  • Your skin radiates; you don't notice you're sweating because all of you is at the end of that pipe, that pole, moving the glistening stuff around.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Its always called arrogance or smugness, and that vibe radiates from the commercials (which is my chief complaint against them).

    Scripting News for 5/3/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • An uneasy charisma still radiates from the figure of "de Man."



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