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1 The statue throws some light on an artistic centre which, with an independently developed harder, simpler and heavier style, restricts Ionian influence in Athens.
2 and from the planet's point of view, waning should be better, as then the planet sees some light from the moon, but when the moon is full to us, it is dark, and therefore bad, on the side facing the planet in question.
3 A unique green (green appearing neither yellowish nor bluish) is produced on such a device by mixing light from the green primary with some light from the blue primary.
4 However, examples of refurbished bills can shed some light on the working-out of logrolling within the legislature.
5 Translucent minerals allow some light to pass, but less than those that are transparent.
6 Recent advances in genetic analyses have helped shed some light on the ethnogenesis of the Maasai people.
7 In November 2013, Natali shed some light on the production situation;
8 It has also shed some light on prion domains, which are regions in a protein that promote the conversion into a prion.
9 Genetic research may shed some light on this question.
10 As to this, we gather some light from the poetic tribute composed by Pope Damasus I in memory of his predecessor and placed over his grave (De Rossi, "Inscr.
11 If, as is supposed by some, Paulinus appeared to him in the flesh, the bishop's presence at Rædwald's court would throw some light on the king's position regarding religion.
12 Several Journal entries from that year shed some light on what Kierkegaard hoped to achieve.
13 Nevertheless, these tales may shed some light on what Samhain meant and how it was marked in ancient Ireland.
14 These facts seemed to me to throw some light on the origin of species—that mystery of mysteries, as it has been called by one of our greatest philosophers.
15 Aristotle laid out his own thinking about matter and form which may shed some light on the ideas of Thales, in Metaphysics 983 b6 8–11, 17–21. (The passage contains words that were later adopted by science with quite different meanings.) That from which is everything that exists and from which it first becomes and into which it is rendered at last, its substance remaining under it, but transforming in qualities, that they say is the element and principle of things that are.
16 However, a field study published in 2009 shed some light on this.
17 After metallization (with a thinner metal layer to allow some light to pass through), base and pit transfer resins are applied and pre-cured in the center of the disc.
18 The 2017 discovery of Cambrian Period Eolorica deadwoodensis may shed some light on the group's history.
19 In the opening lines of that work, Darwin writes that his intent is "to throw some light on the origin of species – that mystery of mysteries, as it has been called by one of our greatest philosophers," referring to Herschel.
20 Plant originally sang the song in a heavier style, similar to other performances on the album, but was persuaded by Page to re-record it to allow some light and shade on the track.
21 94–97) which describes the expeditions which Antigonus sent against the Nabataeans in 312 BCE, was understood by some researchers – and not so by others – to throw some light upon the history of Petra, but the "petra" (Greek for rock) referred to as a natural fortress and place of refuge cannot be a proper name, and the description implies that there was no town in existence there at the time.
22 Vaughan Williams's recollections throw some light on Ravel's private life, about which the latter's reserved and secretive personality has led to much speculation.
23 The epic poems of Homer, the Iliad and the Odyssey, shed some light on Bronze-Age Ithaca.
24 Modigliani's behaviour at this time sheds some light upon his developing style as an artist, in that the studio had become almost a sacrificial effigy for all that he resented about the academic art that had marked his life and his training up to that point.
25 Also, in the mesopelagic where some light still penetrates, some organisms camouflage themselves from predators below them by illuminating their bellies to match the colour and intensity of light from above so that no shadow is cast.
26 only the actors who play him"), which sheds some light on the so-called continuity error in which Duffman was referred to as "Larry" in "Pygmoelian".
27 As hinted above, the Life of the Scottish saint Cathróe of Metz, written by a cleric (Reimann) who claimed to have been a former pupil of the saint, may possibly shed some light on his background.
28 This discussion and our own investigation convince us that, although these sources cast some light, it is not enough to resolve the problem with which we are faced.
29 In 2002, a story in the August issue of LA Weekly shed some light on the action of Atlantic to drop their rapidly rising artist with commitments and creative work underway.
30 Some light appeared in May, when the Mets won 11 of 18 games to reach eighth place in the ten-team league.