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  • n  the quality of being bright and sending out rays of light

  • In the meantime, his active little figure had been acquiring added effulgence, reflected from the lights of Broadway.
  • Even in his prewar and wartime effulgence, Hirohito was not worshiped as a personal god but as a symbol of the nation.
  • He goes for a tangerine at night: "Opening the refrigerator he is dazzled by the burst of light, finding it comparable to the effulgence which in the Rembrandt print reveals the .

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