照明, イルミネーション, 照度, 朗らか
Noun(1) a condition of spiritual awareness; divine illumination(2) the degree of visibility of your environment(3) an interpretation that removes obstacles to understanding(4) the luminous flux incident on a unit area(5) painting or drawing included in a book (especially in illuminated medieval manuscripts
(1) Before his illumination , Rousseau's thoughts had turned incessantly upon his relation to his fellow men.(2) higher levels of illumination are needed for reading(3) Today I shall search for sources of spiritual illumination and reach out to them in order to absorb their light.(4) The most amazing thing about it is that you get about 12 times the battery life of a light putting out comparable illumination .(5) Where access is not too long and difficult, battery packs like those used for video lights can provide excellent illumination .(6) I rarely venture into the fridge before work, and when I get home, the kitchen light provides ample illumination .(7) It comes equipped with transmitted and reflected light illumination .(8) A third of the light generated by street illumination goes straight upwards, which is a terrible waste and of no benefit to anybody.(9) Electricity enthralled Shelley: its sparkling, elusive, almost magical qualities resembled nothing so much as poetic inspiration, or spiritual illumination .(10) She performed on a bare stage with minimal props; only fairly late in her career did she employ lighting effects beyond mere illumination .(11) The use of blue light in this experiment is important because white light illumination caused significant heating artifacts.(12) So perhaps a theological illumination is the kind of enlightenment which Bach is pointing us towards and one which doesn't suggest a triumph of human reason, which is a triumph which can only fail in the end.(13) The portrait miniature seems to be a development of two older traditions: the medieval illumination of manuscripts and the Renaissance portrait medal, which was itself a revival of a classical form.(14) Moreover, her reading does allow for the illumination of crucial aspects of Smithson's practice that might otherwise have gone undetected.(15) This list includes the brushed metal-look instrument panel trim, ambient foot lights, and welcome illumination .(16) And then, with our mind made impassible and spiritual, we shall participate in a spiritual illumination from him, and in a union that transcends our mental faculties.
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Different Formsillumination, illuminations
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