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The flames from Castra Regis and from Diana's Grove made all around almost as light as day, and now that the lightning had ceased to flash, their eyes, unblinded, were able to judge both perspective and detail.
It was very dark indeed in the wood, for the lightning was now becoming infrequent, and the hail, which was pouring down in a torrent, fell in columns through the gaps in the heavy foliage.
Near the top I stumbled upon something soft, and, by a flash of lightning, saw between my feet a heap of black broad- cloth and a pair of boots.
The lightning flashed for a third time, and his face leaped upon me.
The storm had raged for full three hours; the lightning had grown fainter and less frequent; the thunder, from seeming to roll and break above their heads, had gradually died away into a deep hoarse distance; and still the game went on, and still the anxious child was quite forgotten.
At the same moment the lightning flashed into the room through the ill-closed shutters; the roar of the thunder burst over the house, and shook it to its foundation.
The landlady set it down to the lightning, which flashed into the room again at the same moment.
ye'll find Miss Blanche a bit baulder than to skirl at a flash o' lightning, that gait
Another flash of lightning came through the darkness, and showed Blanche's figure standing at the door.
The lightning went right out over the sea, and lit up the waves and the ships far away.
This caught his attention last year and motivated him to educate south Georgians about lightnings dangers.
According to information presented by NLSI (National Lightning Safety Institute) approximately 40 % of lightnings hitting the ground multiply, i.
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