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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
References in classic literature ?
If perhaps it was not so strange and magnificent as the sunlit cloudland of the previous day, it was at any rate infinitely more interesting.
There was a startled silence punctuated only by the odd noise of the bird in the sedge; and then, before anyone could speak again, a new face and figure passed in profile round the three sunlit windows, as the prince had passed an hour or two before.
And yet amidst adjacent clouds one seam opened briefly into sudden blue, sending down a sunlit ladder to one small square of earth where I once stood.
Those warm and sunlit autumn days are perfect for whiling away some time in the garden or going for a picnic.
They have travelled a long way but still the sunlit uplands seem stubbornly to remain one further ridge away" - Chancellor Philip Hammond warning that austerity will continue.
For Ehra's 32nd birthday, they went on a cruise on the sunlit waters of Lake Travis.
Aldebaran will vanish on the Moon's invisible dark limb just a little beyond the Moon's sunlit celestial-eastern side, the side where the hills and crater walls cast thin shadows.
Our Picture Editor's choice of today's top picture DAVE Evans sent over this lovely sunlit picture.
polished wood, sunlit silver keys hanging from a chain, a faded plastic
So instead of promising sunlit uplands, he is now telling us about stormclouds approaching.
Its sunlit area, or phase, looks just a little fuller--the crescent shape looks thicker.
FLYING upside down over the sunlit bay, the pilot of this custombuilt stunt plane must be head over heels for San Francisco.