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brights

A vehicle's headlights set to their brightest setting; high beams. Geez, it's dark out here—put your brights on so we can see where we're going.
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brights

n. the eyes. (From bright eyes.) Don’t you close your brights and look bored when I’m talking to you!
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AMT picked Bright Computing to add a turnkey infrastructure management solution to its HPC portfolio, to allow its customers to install clusters faster and manage them more effectively.
"Vivid or bright colours can be used on either the upper or lower eye areas and are best applied in minimal quantities," suggests make-up artist Rae Morris.
Brights Cleaning, Thorton-Cleverleys, Lancashire's most prestigious floor care and floor cleaning specialists are extremely well-established, setting themselves above their local competition by specializing in carpet restoration and care by using the state of the art machinery and trade recognized eco-friendly products and treatments.
A model at Cacharel, spring/ summer at Paris Fashion Week Model Desiree Rambakupetwa shot for WM magazine's spring brights photo shoot, wearing cosmetics by Nars at John Lewis.
With so many hot shades to choose from, the future for make-up is oh-so bright.
Maybe, partly because of the disparaging articles, no one thought it was worth writing to FI in favor of the proposal--maybe because they spent the time participating on the brights.net instead.
In Brights writings, one finds a remarkably accurate clinical description of acute glomerulonephritis: "A child, or an adult, is affected with scarlatina ...
Said Renee Hergix, divisional merchandise manager for Herberger's Department Store: "Brights are really big.
Spring is going to be so bright, brighter than it's been for many seasons, and if not in full blocks of colour verging on acid, then also neon, and that's something that hasn't really been done to great effect since the '80s.
The name began (and still functions) as a device to unite a growing number of people into an Internet constituency of individuals (the Brights) who seek greater social and civic acceptance for persons free of supernatural beliefs.
The most serious and common accusation is that, by using Bright, we are claiming that we are intelligent and that religionists are "Dims" or "Dulls." Brights must not foster or perpetuate this conceptual hangover from the adjectival form of "bright." ...
The time has come for us brights to come out of the closet.
NEW fight-club Bright Star Academy attracted a crowd of more than 300 to its first show at Albrighton Sports and Social Club.
The committee learned that the assets of Bright Start and Bright Directions -- which differ only in the investment options offered -- reached $10.4 billion in December.
Q I keep seeing fashion articles praising bright colours like orange and yellow.