Nothing he had seen here shed any light on his problems.
Maybe one of them could shed some light on her situation.
Perhaps I can help shed some light on your question.
She also shed some light on her approach to the law.
"Perhaps you might be able to shed some light on the problem?"
A new study may shed some light on the best course.
In each case, a director shed new light on a problem play.
Maybe one of them could shed light on what had happened four years ago.
But these don't shed very much light on the case.
When you're very near it will shed a green light.
The court documents also shed more light on previous years' results.
Congressional hearings today may shed more light on this question.
"Maybe they can shed a little more light on all of this."
He held the lamp high to shed more light and looked around.
These data might shed more light on a question like "What role does salary play in quality?"
The inflation report will shed more light on the Bank's interpretation of the situation.
The suit may shed more light on who, if anyone, can be held liable.
Can you shed a little more light on the matter for me?
The traders hope the figures will shed more light on the direction of the economy and interest rates.
But important price reports are due out this week, which could shed more light on the direction of interest rates.
And now it's just too late for me to throw a little light on the matter.
It will be important to throw light upon what he has done.
Perhaps there may be some one who can throw light upon what is dark to me.
But in the very nature of things he cannot help throwing light upon himself.
The reason he gave threw further light on his current state of mind.
But this did throw a new light on his own status.
I can't say they threw a new light; for nobody can make sense of them.
A fire this big will throw light over the hill.
Its language seems to throw light on the story about Helen.
And it threw light on what one candidate's team really thought.