Halo

[album] Halo is a live album, released in 2004, by Current 93. The front cover is a drawing by the same David Tibet which reproduces the cover of a Moody Blues album of 1971 Every Good Boy Deserves Favour. ==Track listing== ...
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halo

[n] - a circle of light around the sun or moon
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Halo

A ring of light that appears around the Sun or Moon. It is produced by refraction in ice crystals. See also: Moon, Sun.
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halo

Radiance encircling the heads of saints and holy persons in art. It is also called an aureole, especially when surrounding the whole figure. It may have originated in Egyptian art, where the Sun god...
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Halo

A light line around object edges in a image, produced by the USM (sharpening) technique.
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Halo

Ha'lo (hā'lo) noun ; plural Halos (-lōz). [ Latin halos , acc. halo , Greek 'a`lws a thrashing floor, also (from its round shape) the disk of the sun or moon, and later a halo round it; confer Greek e'ily`ein to enfold, 'ely`ein
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Halo

Ha'lo transitive verb & i. [ imperfect & past participle Haloed (-lōd); present participle & verbal noun Haloing .] To form, or surround with, a halo; to encircle with, or as with, a halo. « The fire That haloed round
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halo

<radiobiology> The cold, dense plasma formed outside the last closed flux surface during a vertical displacement event. The large currents which flow through this plasma stop the displacement and transfer the force to the vacuum vessel. If care is not taken in design, the halo currents can be large enough to threaten the structural integrity
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halo

(ha´lo) a circular structure, such as a luminous circle seen surrounding an object or light. Fick halo a colored circle appearing around a light, experienced by wearers of contact lenses. halo glaucomatosus , glaucomatous halo a narrow ligh...
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Halo

• (n.) A colored circle around a nipple; an areola. • (n.) A circle of light; especially, the bright ring represented in painting as surrounding the heads of saints and other holy persons; a glory; a nimbus. • (n.) A luminous circle, usually prismatically colored, round the sun or moon, and supposed to be caused by the refraction of
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halo

(from the article `comet`) The large atomic hydrogen halo detected up to 107 kilometres from the nucleus is simply a large coma visible in ultraviolet (Lyman-alpha line). It is ...
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halo

any of a wide range of atmospheric optical phenomena that result when the Sun or Moon shines through thin clouds composed of ice crystals. These ... [1 related articles]
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halo

in art, radiant circle or disk surrounding the head of a holy person, a representation of spiritual character through the symbolism of light. In ... [2 related articles]
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Halo

[metal band] Halo is a drone/sludge metal band formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1994, which is now based in London, England. It is currently signed to Relapse Records. ==Discography== ==Current members== ==Former members== ...
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Halo

[religious symbol] July 22nd, 1916 Preparedness Day bombing image ...
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Halo

[religious iconography] A halo (ἅλως; also known as a nimbus, aureole, glory, or gloriole) is a ring of light that surrounds a person in art. They have been used in the iconography of many religions to indicate holy or sacred figures, and have at various periods also been used in images of rulers or heroes. In the sacred art of Ancient
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HaLo

HaLo (Ayako Hirakata) is a Japanese pop musician. Hirakata can be heard on Lori Carson`s The Finest Thing. Hirakata has also worked with Kate St John and Sid Griffin, and has a separate recording career in Japan. ...
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Halo

[series] The series has been praised as being among the best first-person shooters on a video game console, and is considered the Microsoft Xbox`s "killer app". This has led to the term "Halo killer" being used to describe console games that aspire, or are considered, to be better than Halo. Fueled by the success of Halo: Combat Evolved, an
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Halo

[comics] Halo is a fictional superheroine that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. She first appeared in a special insert in The Brave and the Bold #200 (July 1983), and was created by Mike W. Barr and Jim Aparo. ==Fictional character biography== Halo is a gestalt of a human woman named Violet Harper and an "Aurakle", an ancient
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Halo

[optical phenomenon] A halo (from Greek ἅλως; also known as a nimbus, icebow or gloriole) is an optical phenomenon produced by ice crystals creating colored or white arcs and spots in the sky. Many are near the sun or moon but others are elsewhere and even in the opposite part of the sky. They can also form around artificial lights in
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HALO

Halo: Combat Evolved, or simply Halo, is a video game in the first-person shooter (FPS) genre, created by the Microsoft-owned Bungie Studios. It was released for the Xbox game console on November 15, 2001.
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Halo

Group of optical phenomena, in the form of rings, arcs, pillars or bright spots around the Sun or Moon, produced by the refraction or reflection of light by ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere (Cirrus clouds, diamond dust, etc.)
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Halo

A light line around object edges in a image, produced by the USM (sharpening) technique
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HALO

The ring of light that seems to encircle the sun or moon when veiled by cirrus clouds. To produce this phenomena, the ice crystals must be in a heterogeneous arrangement to refract the sunlight. The most commonly observed is a halo that forms at a 22° radius, although another one at 46° radius may also be seen.
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Halo

A ring or arc of coloured or white light that encircles the sun or moon when seen through a cloud of ice crystals. Halos are produced by the refraction of light. The most commonly observed halo forms at a 22 degrees radius from the sun/moon. One at 46 degrees radius may also be seen.
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