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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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Reportedly, these new desk lamps are part of the JingDong 'Jingzao' brand lighting products and feature a human-centric lighting design enabled by the SunLike Series LEDs.
Another posits that the sun drifted outward from close to the centre of the galaxy, since many sunlike stars seem to lurk there.
This report comes just a few weeks after the Kepler team announced it had detected two rocky planets around a sunlike star-Kepler-20e and Kepler-20f-the first Earth-sized planets ever found and the smallest known at the time.
Many of us are feeling a sunlike warmth after long, cold nights of icy darkness in what one of the founders of our republic called "public happiness" - happiness shared with fellow citizens.
Even the array of small canvases on the back wall had its proper space as a kind of summary of the large canvas called Dispersion, the only vaguely representational piece on view, in which a cluster of yellow and orange lines suitably radiates outward from a sunlike hub of light.
Scientists using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope have found that at least 20%--and perhaps as many as 60%--of Sunlike stars could have rocky planets.
But she responds like the pure little flower she is to the sunlike warmth of her new maid's obvious concern for her life as a rich man's slave.
The massive number, with 22 zeroes, comes from astronomer Alan Boss who reckons each Sunlike star has a world like ours .
This brief theatrical career brought him tangentially into the orbit of Shakespeare, whose sunlike luster likely made Munday's small planet visible to literary historians in the first place.
Sam Fine's clients--including Iman, Naomi Campbell and Tyra Banks--are some of the most naturally beautiful women in the world, yet, through his artistry, he transforms their natural sparkle into sunlike brilliance, elevating beauties to style icons.
As many as 75 percent of sunlike stars in the Milky Way have at least one nearby companion star.
After years of effort, only one or two out of each 100 million sunlike stars have been examined.