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  • n. Alternative spelling of sun shower.


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  • But it was only a "sunshower," and when Mr. Minturn, with a quizzical look, told her to "take care, for she was losing some of her pearls," she laughingly wiped the glittering drops away and retorted:

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  • After that he bought me a sunshower and never forgets to get enough water for that shower on the 3rd day.

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  • After a brief sunshower, we enjoyed amazing food and danced to the funky rhythms of SoulFarm.

    Mazal Tov to Drew and Kelly! | Jewschool

  • Walking through a sunshower to the parking lot after visiting the Buckle Churches, I encountered the only rude Turk I met in the entire journey, a young man who called me a “dickhead” for not buying his ice cream.

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  • The wind smelled of humus, lichen, the musky odor of pecan husks broken under the shoe, a sunshower on the fields across the bayou.

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  • By the time they had returned to the neighborhood of the mountains the sky had become blue, with only occasionally a passing sunshower, and

    The Second Deluge

  • As for the recent fine, it's turned out to be a momentary sunshower in Southwest's otherwise friendly skies, a high-priced slap on the wrist at worst.

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  • Nor will I look foward to a delightful sunshower or a spooky thunderstorm.

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  • Dead face upturned to greet the sunshower lines on life lines on future lines on paper lines on hope

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  • Re: Tell PETA to Stop Exploiting the Autistic Community (Got Autism Billboard) by sunshower Friday, October 10 @ 11: 19: 20 EDT

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  • A sunshower is an unusual meteorological phenomenon in which rain falls while the sun is shining . These conditions often lead to the appearance of a rainbow, if the sun is at a low enough angle . The term "sunshower" is used in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Britain, but is rarely found in dictionaries.

    December 31, 2006