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Often several mock suns appear at the same time.
The invader's foreleg brushed the wall, and the mock sun went out.
At one moment the whole sky was a rainbow, flaming with radiant mock suns.
The sun was circled by a luminous double halo, with mock suns on either side.
"It is a mock sun," exclaimed my father.
The sun is alone, except in thick weather, when there sometimes appear to be two, but one is a mock sun.
Mock suns in the sky.
The time occupied by the apparition of these meteors was comparatively short; suddenly the three mock suns united in one, and plunged into the sea.
Wonderful golden bars radiated from the sun's gleaming centre of light low to the south and from a fabulous mock sun much higher in the sky.
Aristotle (Meteorology III.2, 372a14) notes that "two mock suns rose with the sun and followed it all through the day until sunset."
He says that "mock suns" are always to the side, never above or below, most commonly at sunrise or sunset, more rarely in the middle of the day.
In 1629 and 1630, Scheiner observed Mock suns (parhelia) and halos; his observations also included an eclipse on April 8, 1633.
Mr. Quasthoff's projection of texts and their meanings was exquisite, never more so than in his plaintive evocation of "The Mock Suns."
It's usually seen in Antarctica - big halos around the sun, and at two points of the halo these mock suns, but I don't think we ever had four mock suns per side.
Sometimes referred to as a parhelion or "mock sun", a sundog is a relatively common atmospheric optical phenomenon associated with the reflection / refraction of sunlight by the numerous small ice crystals that make up cirrus clouds or cirrostratus clouds.
He is personified by Lionel Popkin, whose revolving body is elongated and distorted in a huge shadow after Ms. Tipton has wondrously projected an enlarging and blurry sun in the previous song, "The Mock Suns."
Then the actual birthing of the Sun dog into this world began to happen.
Pop and the Sun dog had all three dimensions.
Even when he wasn't turning to look he could hear the Sun dog gaining.
But sun dogs are indicators that weather conditions are likely to change in the next 18 to 36 hours.
The Sun dog lunged up from wherever it was, driving the picture still wider.
Sun dogs are red-colored at the side nearest the sun.
For the atmospheric phenomena, see Sun dog and 22 halo
Yesterday I saw a "sun dog": a rainbow around the sun.
It is theoretically possible to predict the forms of sun dogs as would be seen on other planets and moons.
As many as three distinct arcs may extend from the sun dogs.
His songs have been featured in a number of independent films, including the 2009 feature, "Sun Dogs."
His poignant story plays out in the feature documentary Sun Dogs (2006).
Even fractions of parhelic circles are less common than sun dogs and 22 halos.
His piano and steel guitar can be heard on the upcoming feature film, "Sun Dogs".
The franchise was replaced by the Utah Sun Dogs (1997-99).
A sun dog (parhelion when it's being posh) is an effect seen around the sun.
The plural scientific term for a Sun dog
These luminous spots are called "sun dogs" or "parhelia".
Zoria wheeled dazzling through cloudless heaven, ringed with sun dogs.
Sun dogs are always aligned to the parhelic circle (but not always to the 22 halo).
The Sun Dog, a short story by Stephen King.
On rare occasions, faint arcs extend upwards or downwards from these sun dogs.
These arcs extending from the sun dogs are "Lowitz arcs".
The colors of the sun dog finally merge into the white of the parhelic circle (if the latter is visible).
A sun dog, a frequent atmospheric optical phenomenon, is a bright "spot" beside the true sun.
In 2006, the three companies came under one name, Sundog.
Either we take back Sundog or they're going to do what they say.
It moved around from the dark side of Sundog out into the light.
That's why we abandoned Sundog in the first place, remember.
We need to cover every option there is for taking Sundog out of their hands.
'It's important for us to make sure we have control over what is and isn't known about Sundog.
Now they could see Sundog in all her terrible glory.
He had not thought the man would turn sundog.
I've been through the papers you've supplied to me about Sundog.
Hand the keys to their installation back to Sundog, just in case they need them.
Sundog has attributed its performance to a strong corporate culture.
We were getting that anyway, without Sundog, just on a smaller scale.
How could Sundog have got that far without someone realizing the implications?
Sundog was something like this, only with the extra dimension of space added in.
It seemed that every sundog in the world had filtered into the Bubble.
If the play failed disastrously, he would simply be one sundog among others.
He suggested the cause may have been a sundog.
It wasn't me that rubber-stamped the decision to go into Sundog.
He'd done his best to show them how to shut his part of Sundog down.
If that's down, Sundog grinds to a halt in minutes.
But the specs are too close to the Sundog model to be a coincidence.
We're pretty much out of it as far as talking to Sundog's concerned.
'No one can talk to Sundog except through the networks we created.
He was a sundog once, a cometary miner, they say.
Sundog has clients in the engineering, manufacturing, health and technology industries.
You get this thing called a parhelion, a sundog.
Parhelion's goal is to develop products without using a modified form of the actual viruses.
I know what a parhelion is,' she replied.
A sun dog (parhelion when it's being posh) is an effect seen around the sun.
College has organized a festival named "Parhelion '09."
As dawn broke, the meteorological phenomenon known as parhelion occurred: three suns were seen to be rising.
Like a parhelion.
The battle is also remembered for the appearance of a complete sun dog (also known as a 'parhelion') in the sky before the battle.
I had seen, for instance, in one of my states of ecstasy, a luminous spot on the firmament, a prismatic parhelion.
While the sun touches the horizon, a Liljequist parhelion is located approximately 160 from the sun and is about 10 long.
A false sunrise or dawn sundog is a very particular kind of parhelion, belonging to the optical phenomenon family of halos.
The subhelic arc crosses the parhelic circle in an acute angle, and at a sun elevation of 27 it passes exactly through the 120 parhelion.
The rise of rave culture in the 90s spawned nights such as Fantasia, Wild Turkey and Parhelion.
My Egypt's armour buckling in its sheet, I scrape through resin to a starry bone And a blood parhelion.
In the arcs of the parhelion is the microtext , which roughly translates to "Let them have the Holy Scripture in their own language".
While other drug companies use these techniques to tackle AIDS, malaria and similar illnesses, Parhelion is working to develop safer vaccines for animals.
Reynolds added that "Valley of the Calm Trees" had been retitled "The Parhelion", to reflect its lyrical content.
The prelude to the Battle of Mortimer's Cross in Herefordshire in 1461 is supposed to have involved the appearance of a complete parhelion with three "suns".
The new patent was obtained by Richard G. Olsen, a founder of Parhelion and a retired professor of virology at Ohio State University.
William Shakespeare described this parhelion phenomenon and its portentous symbolism in Act Two Scene One of Henry VI, Part 3:
A fish eye photo by Günter Röttler, Hagen, September 1983 featuring a parhelic circle with a 120 parhelion and a Liljequist parhelion.
Sun dog, also: sundog (scientific name: parhelion), an atmospheric phenomenon that creates bright spots of light in the sky, often on a luminous ring or halo on either side of the sun.
A Lowitz arc is an optical phenomenon that occurs in the atmosphere; specifically, it is a luminous arc that extends from a "sun dog" (parhelion) and may continue above or below the sun.
A 120 parhelion (plural: 120 parhelia) is a relatively rare halo, an optical phenomenon occasionally appearing along with very bright sun dogs (also called parhelia) as ice crystal-saturated cirrus clouds fill the atmosphere.