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  • s  having brief brilliant points or flashes of light
    `glistering' is an archaic term

  • As always, the Tureck style was unhurried, her touch firm and glistering, her phrasing spacious.
  • Two glistering exceptions are Alan Alexander Milne and Arthur Stuart Menteth (If Winter Comes) Hutchinson.
  • For listeners who can stay with Hawes's clipped, glistering piano through 16 selections, the set kindles a kind of inner momentum rare to the recording studio.

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