What is sunshine?

  • (noun): The rays of the sun.
    Synonyms: sunlight, sun
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on sunshine:

Sunshine, Louisiana
... Sunshine is a northern neighborhood of the city of St ... The "Sunshine" type of vetiver grass, whose roots have long been used in Louisiana as an insect repellent, was given that name by the USDA in 1989 for Sunshine, Louisiana, where Eugene ... perfumery, agriculture, and bioengineering is essentially the same nonfertile cultigen as Sunshine ...
Sunshine Coast Daily
... The Sunshine Coast Daily is the only daily newspaper specifically serving the Sunshine Coast region of Queensland, Australia ... The circulation of the Sunshine Coast Daily is 21,604 Monday to Friday and 34,716 on Saturday ... The Sunshine Coast Daily website is part of the APN Regional News Network ...
Sunshine Biscuits (Australia)
... Sunshine Biscuits was an Australian producer of biscuits in Albert Park, Victoria ... Limited from 1962, the company changed their name to Sunshine Biscuits in 1962, then to Sunshine Australia in 1972 ... Sunshine Biscuits was founded in 1854 by James Long, and acquired by William Crosby and Co ...
Sarafa Usman - Career
... area of Kwara State, started his football career with Sunshine Stars F.C ... In the 2004/5 season's first round of the League, he played for Sunshine Stars F.C ... of Ilorin and signed with Sunshine Stars F.C. ...
LA Sunshine
... LA Sunshine (L.A ... Sunshine, alternative spelling) is an American old-school MC prominent in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s ...

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Famous quotes containing the word sunshine:

    The art of art, the glory of expression and the sunshine of the light of letters, is simplicity.
    Walt Whitman (1819–1892)

    Hemingway is great in that alone of living writers he has saturated his work with the memory of physical pleasure, with sunshine and salt water, with food, wine and making love and the remorse which is the shadow of that sun.
    Cyril Connolly (1903–1974)

    Hume’s doctrine was that the circumstances vary, the amount of happiness does not; that the beggar cracking fleas in the sunshine under a hedge, and the duke rolling by in his chariot; the girl equipped for her first ball, and the orator returning triumphant from the debate, had different means, but the same quantity of pleasant excitement.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)