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  • adjective comparative form of sunny: more sunny

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Examples

  • On average, about 200 Watts falls on each square meter of Earth’s surface, but you might preferentially put your cells in sunnier, clearer places, so let’s call it 250 Watts per square meter.

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  • On average, about 200 Watts falls on each square meter of Earth’s surface, but you might preferentially put your cells in sunnier, clearer places, so let’s call it 250 Watts per square meter.

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  • On average, about 200 Watts falls on each square meter of Earth’s surface, but you might preferentially put your cells in sunnier, clearer places, so let’s call it 250 Watts per square meter.

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  • Working at what might be termed the sunnier end of the PR industry - parties, junkets and launch events, mainly for fairly small, leisure - and media-based businesses - she had thus far no occasion to lock horns with Parlabane, nor had she imagined doing so unless his editor went insane and made him the food critic.

    Be My Enemy

  • One year after the election of President Obama, as his initiatives for change collide with stubborn political realities, it gets harder by the day to recall the sunnier political realities they displaced: the soaring rhetoric of the campaign; the pomp and lift of Inauguration; even the headlong rush for results that marked his first hundred days in office.

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  • A child of the Midwest grows up in Middle America, thrives, receives disproportionate attention and investment from the community, realizes his or her potential and then moves away to a "sunnier" state in his or her prime.

    David Gray: What LeBron James' Decision Means for the Midwest

  • A child of the Midwest grows up in Middle America, thrives, receives disproportionate attention and investment from the community, realizes his or her potential and then moves away to a "sunnier" state in his or her prime.

    David Gray: What LeBron James' Decision Means for the Midwest

  • The past day or 2 it's been sunnier which is more common for the region, but insanely windy!

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  • The past day or 2 it's been sunnier which is more common for the region, but insanely windy!

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  • Rounder and "sunnier" than old-fashioned Bordeaux.

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