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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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She made no reply, only she shivered a little as she stepped back into the sunshine.
A slumberous veil diffused itself over his countenance, and had an effect, morally speaking, on its naturally delicate and elegant outline, like that which a brooding mist, with no sunshine in it, throws over the features of a landscape.
They stood watching her, with faces full of love and hope and tender pride as she walked away, leaning on her husband's arm, with her hands full of flowers and the June sunshine brightening her happy face--and so Meg's married life began.
If there could ever be any sunshine here, it would come from above our heads.
The blessed sunshine and the quiet moonlight shall come through our window.
said her mother; "thou must gather thine own sunshine.
Soon every house was blazing merrily, while the ancient fire-tender sat upright in the sunshine blinking at the destruction of his village.
Leave your clutter in the hall, boys, and sit quietly down if you choose to stop here, for we are busy," said Aunt Plenty, shaking her finger at the turbulent Clan, who were bubbling over with the jollity born of spring sunshine and healthy exercise.
He slowly moved his head back and forth under it and turned from side to side, now in the sunshine, now in the shade, feeling the shadow, as it were, testing it by sensation.
If otherwise, then the only conclusion I could reach was that the sensitive skin recognized the difference of temperature between shade and sunshine.
2 percent of the currently outstanding shares of Nature's Sunshine.
Residents in Smith's 12th District reportedly received three phone calls in three hours Sunday evening, with the same message charging that Smith broke campaign promises to close Sunshine Canyon Landfill.