How to use Sunlight in a sentence

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  • Sunlight streamed in through the propped door.

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  • Sunlight blinded her as she walked onto the field.

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  • Blinded by sunlight and blue sky, she closed her eyes.

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  • She opened her eyes and blinked at the sunlight streaming through her window.

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  • The morning sunlight did the trick as the clock showed seven and I looked up to see Betsy pulling on her bathrobe.

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  • If not for the painful sunlight, she would've looked up at the hushed note in his voice.

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  • The underworld doesn't have direct sunlight.

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  • They strode through the opulent mansion down a stairwell spilling into sunlight and swaths of green grass at the side of the main house.

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  • The destructive power of sunlight is only exercised on those organisms actually at the surface.

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  • By the first touch of sunlight, he was at the sparring grounds awaiting anyone to show for practice.

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  • Her hair sparkled in the sunlight against the dark tan of his hand.

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  • Ordinary diatoms and desmids may be mounted on mica, as above described, by putting a portion in a vessel of water and exposing it to sunlight, when they rise to the surface, and may be thus removed comparatively free from dirt or impurity.

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  • A good example of discomfort glare is leaving a dark room and moving into bright sunlight.

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  • It is computed that twenty millions of meteors enter the atmosphere every day and would be visible to unassisted vision in the absence of sunlight, moonlight and clouds, while if telescopic meteors are included the number will be increased twentyfold.

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  • It is next strained, then bleached in the sunlight, and stored for exportation.

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  • Sunlight has a tendency to bleach furs and to encourage the development of moth eggs, therefore continued exposure is to be avoided.

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  • It is not decomposed by sunlight.

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  • It includes soft sunlight and classical music.

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  • Water and carbonic acid are synthesized, under the action of sunlight, to form sugar, starch or some other carboh y drate and this is then combined with simple nitrogenous salts to form proteid.

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  • It was the sunlight streaming in at the entrance to the passage.

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  • All of these are easy to grow in containers, as long as you keep them well watered and in good sunlight.

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  • If you let your wine sit in an area that gets direct sunlight, it can fade your wine and get heat damaged and molecularly altered.

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  • If you do have fairly mild weather patterns, then be sure to put the rack somewhere not in the direct line of sunlight.

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  • Keep your wine out of direct sunlight, away from places with big temperature swings, and avoid high humid areas.

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  • Open bedroom blinds and curtains during the day as eggs are sensitive to sunlight.

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  • Colors fade and the display sometimes is lost in bright sunlight.

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  • Dappled sunlight will help the bulbs, too, as they will not get as hot as they would in direct sunlight.

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  • Melanin is a pigment that occurs naturally in the body and protects the body from harmful exposure to sunlight.

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  • For golfing in particular, you may want to opt for cinnamon or citrus colors, rather than gray, for blocking bright sunlight while providing contrast on the green.

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  • While gray lenses won't give you more contrast between your target and its background, they are the best for shooting in bright sunlight.

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  • Most are not backlit, so you can't read in the dark but you can read in direct sunlight, which you can't do with an LCD.

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  • Bright sunlight can potentially make screens unreadable, depending on the level of contrast and the type of display used.

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  • Items that have been well cared for will have even wear and fading from being rotated frequently and kept out of damaging sunlight.

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  • When metal or wood is subjected to continuous sunlight, the UV rays from the sun will weaken and make unstable the finished product.

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  • The flow of electrons inside a solar cell is created when the electrons are jolted by an influx of energy (sunlight), and are knocked loose from the semi-conductor.

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  • There is also the problem of not enough sunlight on cloudy days and at night, although some recent technological advances have improved cloudy issues.

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  • In The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight, author Thom Hartmann places this estimate at about 50 years.

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  • By the simplest definition, solar systems work by absorbing sunlight and converting it into energy - such as heat, hot water, and light.

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  • Unlike energy that comes from the burning of fossil fuels and is therefore completely nonrenewable, solar energy can be renewed during the hours of sunlight.

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  • They have huge solar panels for windows and the houses actually rotate so that the panels receive maximum sunlight all day.

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  • Smog is created when nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbons, also produced by fossil fuels, are exposed to sunlight, causing a chemical reaction.

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  • However, for many parts of the world, sunlight is available in tremendous quantity and for a majority of seasons.

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  • To produce a steady supply of electricity, power systems engineers introduce a battery storage unit that stores up the electrical energy produced when there's a lot of sunlight.

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  • These layers allow the panels to utilize either different frequencies of sunlight, and/ or artificial light.

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  • Of course, the interest in cheaper energy and use of natural power (sunlight) has always held an attraction for those searching for an alternative lifestyle.

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  • You can benefit from solar panel installation even if you live in an area with limited sunlight.

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  • When sunlight hits the photovoltaic cells of the panels, a silicon semiconductor absorbs a percentage of the energy and turns it into a current of electricity.

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  • Polycrystalline panels are typically more affordable than monocrystalline panels, but they are not as efficient at absorbing sunlight and converting it to usable electricity.

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  • Most solar panels are mounted on rooftops where they receive the most sunlight and are out of the way.

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  • Ozone, or tropospheric ozone, is a pollutant formed by the reaction of sunlight on hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides.

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  • Some of this sunlight remains inside the plant material, or biomass, in the form of energy.

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  • Most compost bins are best situated out of direct sunlight.

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  • Choose a spot that receives some sunlight but not full sunlight all day.

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  • Partial shade is ideal, as direct sunlight all day will dry out the pile, which needs some moisture to develop properly.

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  • In the winter, sunlight will penetrate your home and help to heat it.

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  • While it may sound like science fiction to capture sunlight and then reuse it to heat your home, instead, think in terms of solar energy or heat produced by the sun.

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  • Since the bags take approximately three years to break down when exposed to the right combination of sunlight, moisture, oxygen and microbial activity they aren't going to begin to decompose right in your kitchen.

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  • A passive solar design will regulate the amount of sunlight allowed into the home for optimum thermal mass absorption.

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  • Areas like Alaska that goes days without sunlight could not rely on solar energy as a main power source.

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  • When a room heats up from the sunlight streaming through a south facing window, it is being heated by passive solar energy.

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  • Within each of these six renewable energy sources, scientists have discovered different methods to extract energy from kinetic motion, heat, sunlight and plant life.

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  • Active solar involves capturing and redistributing sunlight through the use of solar panels, pumps or solar fans to generate power.

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  • Examples of using passive solar power include building a house in the natural direction of sunlight to trap heat and using airtight windows, walls and floor structures in a manner that generates passive energy.

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  • Homes that only get sufficient direct sunlight part of the year can store the resulting energy for use throughout the year, provided an adequate number of solar panels are installed.

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  • Spices do not last forever, even if they are kept out of sunlight and in a tightly sealed jar.

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  • Full sun is best for most, and in many cases, if the base of the plant is in the shade, they grow long offshoots reaching toward the sunlight.

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  • However, you'll find most fruit-laden bushes in the sunlight along field edges and other places berry eating birds stop and spread the seed.

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  • St. John's Wort has been known to cause sensitivity to sunlight in animals, and while it is unknown if humans have the same reaction, it's best to use caution when spending extended periods in the sun if using St. John's Wort.

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  • St. Johns Wort may also causes photosensitivity or skin sensitivity to sunlight, so you should avoid sun exposure when taking this herb.

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  • As an additive, it not only adds color but protects foods from sunlight and keeps them from fading.

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  • It does fade in sunlight, however, making it a poor commercial dye.

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  • To me, it evokes the smells, flavors, and sunlight of the south of France, an area I tromped through as a college student (many years ago) and that has enchanted me ever since.

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  • For a quirky window design that lets sunlight shine through, mount a beaded curtain inside the window casing or make panels out of colorful, silky ribbons.

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  • Think of a farmhouse that is lit by the sunlight during the day and by candles at night.

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  • Warm colors sizzle in cold rooms that get limited or no sunlight and will actually make the room feel physically hotter.

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  • Draperies, even when opened, can block sunlight and hamper views.

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  • Fresh colors like new green (the color of the first growth in spring) and sunlight colors of gold and yellow are becoming more and more popular color choices.

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  • The main disadvantage of a wool rug is that some rugs are not treated with a colorfast dye, so the rug will fade if placed in direct sunlight.

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  • With colorfast additives, wool fabrics can now be placed in direct sunlight without the former issues of color fading.

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  • Toss them in your drier, or hang them in direct sunlight; while a traditional area rug may take days to dry out, washable rugs are done in hours.

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  • This will help prevent heavy foot traffic or exposure to sunlight from fading or wearing out the rug in certain areas.

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  • Many woods darken when exposed to sunlight; to avoid a curtain rod which is too dark for the room, select a lighter shade of stain.

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  • There may also be times when only a little light is desired, for example if the angle of sunlight coming through the top of a kitchen window makes it difficult to work.

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  • Keep your rug out of direct sunlight as much as possible.

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  • A well-lit kitchen with lots of natural sunlight can be painted in darker colors with lighter accent colors.

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  • As sunlight does change the shade and undertones of many dark skins, some will need two different foundation colors, one for the summer and another for the winter (and don't forget to protect against harmful UV rays as well).

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  • Sunlight and other environmental factors may start to fade the pigmentation over time, threatening to give away your latest beauty secret.

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  • It recalls the salty air, the radiating sunlight, the cool breeze, the pounding waves and even the sounds of life on a busy boardwalk.

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  • To prolong their shelf life, always keep fragrance samples in a cool, dark place out of direct sunlight.

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  • But then I can also use Cinnabar, Sunlight, or Mocha - so there is a whole variety of shades from which to select.

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  • It also helps to provide shadow and texture, and is a valuable tool for creating a balance between available sunlight and complete darkness.

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  • The COOLPIX S60's LCD screen is much larger than ones found on traditional compact point-and-shoot digital cameras and is easily visible even in direct sunlight.

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  • When shooting indoors, open all windows and doors to flood the room with diffused sunlight.

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  • Try to use as much natural light as possible by opening windows and doors to flood your work space with sunlight.

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  • Fresh fruits and vegetables should be stored at room temperature and away from direct sunlight.

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  • Plastic drawers also help to prevent the fading caused by exposure to direct sunlight.

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  • Ideally, paper should be kept away from direct sunlight, moisture, and your child's sticky fingers.

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  • Spend time outdoors enjoying the sunlight and fresh air.

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  • The body can make vitamin D from sunlight, so most vegans and vegetarians can get enough from sun exposure.

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  • Whether the bamboo favors you purchase are actually dwarf bamboo species or the lucky bamboo variety, they will need water and sunlight to survive.

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  • Depression that arrives as days (and daylight time) shorten in autumn and winter yet vanishes in the spring and summer when longer days of sunlight resume.

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  • In the summer, thermal drapes help block sunlight and keeps heat from entering the room.

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  • You will also want to keep you photos out of direct sunlight, high heat areas as well as areas that are prone to moisture.

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  • No amount of indoor lighting compares to natural sunlight.

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  • Another advantage to using natural sunlight is that you can skip using the flash.

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  • Once you see the difference natural sunlight makes, you'll never want to go back to taking pictures inside.

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  • Nudist physicians lamented the soot-choked air of industrial cities and the lack of exposure to fresh air and sunlight of most working people.

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  • Brambles grow best in a wide range of soils but do best when planted on well-drained, deep, fertile soil that is high in humus . It requires full sunlight.

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  • A place should be selected by the side of a stream, or in any moist place, and the plants should be fully exposed to direct sunlight, but sheltered from the cold winds of early spring when they are throwing up their young leaves.

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  • The plant thrives in ordinary soil if given a moist and well-drained position, with full sunlight.

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  • Both plants are hardy, and mostly do best in a moist spot and in half-shade, though the Japanese kind will also grow in full sunlight.

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  • The Phormiums like a deep soil with abundance of sunlight and moisture, and where there is nothing to fear from frost they do well treated as waterside plants.

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  • In cultivating this plant full exposure of the foliage to sunlight, combined with cool, uniformly moist conditions at the roots, is necessary.

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  • It is remarkable for its stout ruddy stems, set throughout their entire length with broad wing-like spines, their effect unlike anything hitherto seen in the Rose family, and of remarkable brilliance in sunlight.

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  • They are held well above the water, shining with an almost silvery lustre in bright sunlight, and scented like a tea-rose.

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  • The flowers also lose color quickly when fully expanded, and will sometimes burn in hot sunlight.

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  • In hot sunlight they sometimes come flushed with rose.

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  • Most solar lights will run for eight to ten hours if they have received a full day of direct sunlight.

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  • It is in a office with lots of sunlight and I need to know what to do to keep it alive.

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  • You have to do this very early, before sunlight hits the frosted leaves, to prevent tissue damage.

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  • Pinks perennials require full sun, defined as at least four to five hours of direct sunlight per day.

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  • Most vegetables require full sun, which is defined as six or more hours of continuous sunlight during the growing period.

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  • If you're not sure whether or not the area you're considering for your vegetable garden receives this much sunlight, try observing the location for a few days.

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  • Note any overhanging trees or structures, like garages, sheds or your home, that may block the sunlight.

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  • Although some plants will produce healthy vegetables with fewer than six hours of sunlight, you won't get as much of a harvest from these plants as you would from plants that enjoy full sun.

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  • Choose a location in your yard that gets the most sunlight.

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  • An area next to a home's foundation, for example, that faces south may in fact be warmer than the surrounding area, especially if sunlight warms stone or brick and the surface radiates heat back towards plants located nearby.

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  • It's important to note how much sunlight the area for your container garden receives and to choose the appropriate plants.

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  • Full sunlight is six hours or more of direct sunlight per day; partial shade or partial sun definitions vary, but usually mean morning or afternoon-only light.

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  • Vegetables, like many flowers, need lots of sunlight to thrive and produce tasty vegetables.

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  • Most vegetables need full sunlight, which gardeners define as six or more hours of sunlight per day.

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  • This direct sunlight stimulates the plant's cells to produce the food it needs through photosynthesis to build a strong root system and produce fruit.

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  • Look for full, bright sun, not dappled sunlight filtering through tree leaves.

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  • If the entire yard gets only partial sun or shade due to immovable objects like garages, homes, or trees in neighbors' yards, look for a place that gets bright direct sunlight and grow vegetables in pots instead.

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  • Most vegetables need full sun, defined as six or more hours a day of sunlight.

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  • Make sure that whatever spot you've chosen for your potted vegetable garden gets at least six hours of direct sunlight a day.

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  • Strawberries need full sun, defined as six or more hours a day of direct sunlight.

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  • Soil can be improved and water brought in by irrigation, but it's next to impossible to increase the amount of sunlight in a given area without a major hassle.

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  • Choose a sheltered location that gets at least eight hours of bright sunlight daily, such as against the south-facing wall of a house.

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  • Choose a spot in the garden that receives full sun, defined as six or more hours of direct, continuous sunlight daily.

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  • Pumpkins are actually of the squash family, and like all squashes, need full sunlight and warm temperatures to thrive.

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  • These warm weather vegetables require significant hours of daily sunlight.

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  • Full sun is defined as six or more hours of sunlight per day, with partial sun morning sunlight, followed by some dappled shade in the late afternoon or during the hottest part of the day.

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  • Grapes do best when they are positioned in full sun, which means they should have direct sunlight most times of the day.

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  • After insuring the plant is suitable for zone 9 based on the winter temperatures, review the sunlight and water requirements before buying.

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  • If you are in the southwest where the weather is very dry and rainfall is rare, you should buy plants that are drought resistant and can endure several hours of full sunlight daily.

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  • Whatever plants for zone 9 you end up choosing, make the most of your gardening space by providing the plants with regular waterings, sufficient sunlight and the proper nutrients.

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  • They grow well if given enough sunlight and room to sprawl and grow outward.

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  • Select an area that gets six or more hours of sunlight per day.

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  • Do not place anything behind them, if that plant needs sunlight.

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  • Essentially a miniature greenhouse, a cold frame is normally little more than a sturdy box with a glass or clear plastic top to allow sunlight in.

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  • Pine mulch offers a lightweight cover that doesn't block sunlight to the strawberry plant yet keeps the frigid cold from freezing the crown.

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  • The surface cleans easily and does not fade in the intense sunlight.

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  • A sliding glass patio door provides an energy-efficient way to let cheerful sunlight into the home while providing a portal access to patios, decks and garden areas.

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  • To get the most sunlight in the room, place sunroom 15 degrees of solar south.

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  • When not in use, keep it out of direct sunlight.

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  • Our sheep graze on the fields on average 16 to 18 hours per day, receiving sunlight and having freedom of movement.

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  • Plants thrive when provided with good soil, good sunlight and naturally introduced nutrients.

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  • The hen houses have natural sunlight to help make sure that the birds are healthy.

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  • Water your garden regularly, and make sure it gets enough sunlight.

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  • As long as the area gets enough sunlight, your plants should thrive.

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  • Most plants do best with eight hours of sunlight, but they can survive and produce with as little as six hours of sunlight per day.

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  • When you are creating a garden bed, no matter how small it is, you need to keep in mind the needs that the plants will have as far as soil, water, and sunlight.

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  • Notice how much sunlight the area gets and whether water drains easily or it puddles.

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  • The very first thing you will need to do when creating a garden is to choose a site that has six to eight hours of sunlight a day.

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  • Choose an area in your yard that gets at least six hours of sunlight a day.

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  • If you live in a hot climate, try to ensure that most of those six hours are morning sunlight; the afternoon sun can burn your plants.

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  • Organic livestock must be given access to pasture as well as a clean water source, sunlight, and 100% organic feed.

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  • Weeds need sunlight, waster, and nutrients just like your plants.

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  • Choose an area that gets plenty of sunlight each day.

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  • Be aware that while direct sunlight can fade stains and kill bacteria, it can also weaken fibers and cause fading.

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  • Long periods of direct sunlight and perspiration will weaken the fabric.

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  • Transparency - Some thin white fabrics can appear transparent in bright sunlight, showing skin and undergarments.

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  • Throw a light wrap around your shoulders for an evening out; wear it with gleaming sandals and soak up the sunlight during summer.

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  • Never leave it in direct sunlight to dry.

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  • Ash fall also blocks sunlight, reduces visibility and can sometimes cause completed darkness.

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  • If it becomes too difficult to see because of bright sunlight or glare, a good strategy is for the driver to pull over until he or she can see again.

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  • Indoor grow lights are useful, if the best available space does not have direct sunlight.

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  • When daytime sleep is necessary, room-darkening shades can block out the sunlight and create a kind of artificial night.

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  • This design feature goes back to the days when the glasses were created for pilots, and the purpose is to cut out as much glare as possible, making sure that sunlight doesn't reach the eye through the sides of the glasses.

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  • The style of the frames allows for a snug, comfortable fit that keeps the sun blocked from more than just the front-they wrap around the contours of your face to block the most sunlight possible.

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  • Most shooting glasses are designed to protect the shooter's eyes from sunlight, wind, particles and objects.

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  • This and other dark colors should be used in bright sunlight.

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  • Some people have jobs or are into activities that require a bit more protection than just a shield from sunlight.

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  • You've probably heard the news that UV sunlight can be very harmful to the skin, causing skin cancer and the like, but did you also know that UV light can be just as dangerous to the eyes?

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  • While looking up at the road to drive in bright sunlight, for example, you need stronger shading than you do when you look down at your cell phone or a map, which are usually shielded from direct sunlight when inside the car.

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  • The gray is best for high sunlight conditions and is the darkest lens available in the Maui Jim line, while the bronze is best for lower light conditions and provides increased contrast.

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  • Similarly, polarized lenses are not advantageous at night, as night-time glare is not polarized like daytime, sunlight glare.

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  • In fact, you can find non prescription glasses online in standard and UV-protected lenses that will keep your eyes from getting damaged in the sunlight.

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  • For example, blue lenses are meant for very bright sunlight, brown helps with depth perception, and yellow mirror lenses are perfect for overcast days.

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  • Some of the experts claim that these lenses can reduce the intense glare that is caused by the sunlight reflecting off of snow, while other experts argue just the opposite.

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  • Dark gray lenses are also common and are best for fishing in bright sunlight and for blue water fishing.

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  • They curve with your face, prohibiting sunlight from entering where other styles might allow it.

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  • These glasses provide protection from glare, UV rays and other harmful effects of sunlight.

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  • The amped up night vision he received in a trade caused his eyes to be intolerant of light, creating the need for extremely black lenses that would expertly block the sunlight.

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  • Just as his eyes were sensitive to light (hence the goggles), your eyes will need protection from bright sunlight.

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  • It does this by way of eliminating both irritating and dangerous reflections of sunlight, while at the same time, offering the very best in relaxation for sun-strained eyes.

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  • If you go with a smaller pair, sunlight may still bounce back from the pages and around the edges of your frame.

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  • Your pupils will be dilated behind the tinted plastic, so they have the potential to allow in more sunlight if given the chance, doing more danger to your eyes.

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  • Reflected glare is when sunlight bounces off smooth surfaces, such as water or concrete.

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  • It is difficult to focus on the game with the sunlight glaring directly into your eyes.

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  • Depending on which side of the court you are playing, there are times when your vision is completely obscured by the intense sunlight, making it impossible for you to see the ball.

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  • You may not know what many of these features entail, but be assured, the detailed specifications above are what contributes to your vision acuity, even in the brightest of sunlight, and the dependability of the frames.

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  • Previous lenses had been short, so when the pilots looked down at the control panels, sunlight and glare could leak in.

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  • Today's glasses can be made scratch resistant, reduce glare from lighting, and even turn dark to protect the eyes from the sun's rays when the wearer enters sunlight.

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  • Ultraviolet radiation can damage both your eyes and skin; in fact, prolonged exposure to bright sunlight can cause extensive damage to the corneas and conjunctivas of the eyes.

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  • Photochromic Lenses protect the eyes from glare and UV radiation as well as bright sunlight.

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  • Shifting from distance vision to reading or inspecting items up close in the sunlight is seamless.

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  • The Neutral Grey lenses, on the other hand, are ideal for bright sunlight but not perfect for low light situations.

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  • The tint of the glasses bears no effect on the power of the lenses, it simply reduces glare and prolongs the protection given to the eyes from the harmful rays of direct or indirect sunlight.

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  • Wraparound styles work well to block the glare because they hug the face in a way that prevents sunlight from getting in.

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  • Quick changes in lighting conditions, like when you go from bright sunlight to shadows and then back out into the sunlight again, can fatigue your eyes.

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  • The other lenses are designed to work for either low light or bright sunlight.

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  • And who wants to remember to grab another pair of glasses when they're going from sunlight to indoors or vice-versa?

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  • When you are in sunlight or brightly lit areas, you can actually see your shadow.

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  • Gromit is the main worker and is always around, while Wallace only shows his mug in the sunlight.

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  • Make sure that the wine is protected from excess light and direct sunlight.

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  • Sunlight will affect the wine adversely and also increase its ambient temperature leading to faster aging.

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  • Instead, place the racks in a cooler, darker spot along your countertop, away from direct sunlight.

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  • Keep you wine bottles out of direct sunlight - For refrigerator models, you need not worry about direct sunlight because the doors are made out of tinted, tempered glass which effectively blocks sunlight.

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  • For tabletop wine storage units, don't put you wine bottles in an area that receives a lot of direct sunlight.

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  • The sunlight, over time, will spoil the wine.

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  • Do keep them out of direct sunlight and away from heat and air conditioning registers.

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  • If the goal is to preserve the cards for the future, they should be stored in appropriate containers away from direct sunlight and humidity.

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  • Whether you wish to display your antique saws or use them they should be hung up away from direct sunlight.

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  • Always wash any vintage glass with gentle soap and warm water and allow to air dry away from direct sunlight.

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  • Humidity, sunlight, and temperature changes destroy antique books and degrade the leather and paper.

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  • Keep your books shelved and away from direct sunlight.

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  • Remember to keep your rocker out of direct sunlight and away from extremes in temperature.

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  • The last few bits of sunlight will fade from the horizon.

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  • Once again related to that AMOLED display, this problem seems to occur when users are in direct sunlight or in other brightly lit conditions.

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  • Inherited physiological traits can also contribute to cancer, such as inheriting fair skin increasing the risk of skin cancer, but only if accompanied by prolonged exposure to intensive sunlight.

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  • Use sunblocks and sunscreens with a protection factor of SPF 15 or greater when exposed to direct sunlight.

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  • The rash may fade away and then reappear upon exposure to sunlight, hot baths, emotional distress, or vigorous exercise.

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  • If there is an area of their living quarters that gets sunlight, it helps to let the baby lie there in only a diaper for a short period of time each day.

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  • The cause of moles is unknown, although atypical moles seem to run in families and result from exposure to sunlight.

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  • The researchers suggest that this combination may protect skin against aging caused by sunlight as well.

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  • Vitamins-Small compounds required for metabolism that must be supplied by diet, microorganisms in the gut (vitamin K) or sunlight (UV light converts pre-vitamin D to vitamin D).

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  • The lenses can be tinted to ease pain from too much sunlight.

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  • These include stress, illness, fever, fatigue, exposure to sunlight, menstruation, and diet.

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  • The child should be protected from the sun, since exposure to sunlight can trigger an outbreak.

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  • Though sunlight is usually beneficial to most patients, for a few children, too much sun can cause a flare up or worsen the condition.

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  • Brief daily doses of natural sunlight can significantly relieve most symptoms.

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  • The skin is unusually sensitive to light and blisters easily if exposed to sunlight.

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  • Early symptoms include blistering on the hands, face, and arms following minor injuries or exposure to sunlight.

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  • The greatest difference between HCP and AIP is that people with HCP may have some skin sensitivity to sunlight.

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  • Areas of the skin that are exposed to sunlight are susceptible to burning, blistering, and scarring.

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  • Symptoms can appear in childhood and tend to be more severe during the summer when exposure to sunlight is more likely.

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  • The key points of congenital erythropoietic porphyria treatment are avoiding exposure to sunlight and prevention of skin trauma or skin infection.

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  • Avoiding sunlight, using sunscreens, and taking beta-carotene supplements are typical treatment options for erythropoietic protoporphyria.

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  • The drug cholestyramine may reduce the skin's sensitivity to sunlight as well as the accumulated heme precursors in the liver.

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  • Because tetracyclines can cause photosensitization, patients taking these drugs should use sunscreen and avoid direct sunlight.

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  • In some children, the rash is made worse by exposure to sunlight.

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  • It is preferable to have the room not be too bright with electrical light or sunlight shining on the baby's face.

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  • The vitamin D added to foods serves the purpose of preventing the deficiency from occurring in persons who may not be exposed much to sunlight and who fail to consume foods that are fortified with vitamin D, such as milk.

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  • This medicine may increase sensitivity to sunlight.

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  • People who have strabismus often squint in bright sunlight or tilt their heads to focus their eyes.

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  • Possible side effects include mild redness, peeling, irritation, dryness, and an increased sensitivity to sunlight that requires use of a sunscreen.

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  • Hats, loose clothing, and umbrellas also provide protection, especially between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. when the most damaging ultraviolet rays are present in direct sunlight.

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  • Isotretinoin may increase sensitivity to sunlight.

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  • The ultraviolet rays in sunlight destroy cells in the outer layer of the skin, damaging tiny blood vessels underneath.

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  • Use sunscreen when participating in snow activities such as skiing where sunlight is reflected off the snow.

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  • This alteration requires ultraviolet light, a component of sunlight.

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  • It is somewhat more common in northern areas where there is not as much sunlight present during many parts of the year.

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  • Vitamin D deficiency is also slightly more common in inner city areas, because environmental factors, such as smog, can block the necessary ultraviolet (UV) component of sunlight.

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  • Children who are exclusively breast-fed without vitamin D supplementation, particularly if they are not exposed to sunlight, are at higher risk of vitamin D deficiency.

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  • Vitamin D deficiency can be caused by conditions that result in little exposure to sunlight.

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  • Rickets are usually treated with oral supplements of vitamin D, with the recommendation to acquire daily exposure to direct sunlight.

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  • An alternative to sunlight is the use of an ultraviolet lamp.

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  • Attempts to acquire sunlight through glass windows fail to help the body make vitamin D because UV light does not pass through window glass.

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  • Eating foods that are high in vitamin D or foods that have been fortified with additional vitamins in combination with getting moderate amounts of exposure to direct sunlight, are usually enough to prevent vitamin D deficiency.

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  • Children playing in the sunlight with sunscreen on is not an effective way for them to get vitamin D because the sunscreen inhibits its production in the skin.

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  • While being treated with this medicine, people should avoid being in direct sunlight.

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  • Moreover, sulfonamides increase sensitivity to sunlight and increase the risk of sunburn.

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  • People taking sulfonamides by mouth should avoid direct sunlight and stay covered up.

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  • Of course, a good harvest requires both rain and sunlight, so there is some confusion about whether or not the rain dances are primarily for rain or whether they are simply a dance to encourage a good harvest.

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  • Whether a tribe performed harvest-protecting dances to encourage rainfall or sunlight also depended on where the tribe was located.

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  • Other regions might have wanted more sunlight than was the norm for the region, in which case the rain dance may have actually been more of a sun dance.

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  • Hang a crystal in a window - The crystal not only helps to deflect the negative chi, but when the sunlight hits the facets of the crystal, it helps to disperse the negative energy from your home.

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  • Move the plant - If the bamboo is in a spot exposed to a lot of direct sunlight, which encourages algae growth, move the plant to an area that receives indirect sunlight.

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  • Don't place your plant in direct sunlight, since this will eventually kill it.

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  • The amount of water your plant needs will vary according to the amount of indirect sunlight it receives, room temperature and humidity level.

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  • This shampoo also contains UV filters that protect the hair from sunlight, making it another popular choice for individuals interested in caring properly for their hair through natural methods.

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  • Latex condoms are also sensitive to heat and may weaken when stored above room temperature or in direct sunlight.

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  • As well, the hills on the roof draw cool air into the center of the building, and skylights open and close throughout the day to bring sunlight to the exhibits - all helping to further reduce the museum's carbon footprint.

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  • Close your eyes and imagine the dramatic sparkling effects one of these suits creates as sunlight bounces off every reflective plain.

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  • While this may just be voyeur's delight, you can also use these tools constructively to see how the suits look on the models, if they stay in place, and whether or not they actually look good in bright sunlight.

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  • This is an unlined mesh suit that showcases every movement of the body, and as an added benefit, the sparkles capture the sunlight and glitter accordingly.

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  • The crochet bikini is very popular because its mesh-like weave lets in even more sunlight than a regular bikini.

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  • Lighter colors and prints are mainly used when producing sheer bathing suits because they filter out less sunlight than darker colors and solids.

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  • Of course, preventing sunburn is always an essential factor when spending time outdoors and in the sunlight, especially for lengthy periods of time.

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  • Ultraviolet rays (UV) are an invisible form of radiation found in sunlight, and over-exposure to UV light can cause significant eye damage, resulting in a loss of vision, and the possible formation of cataracts.

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  • Look for bright fabrics that resist the effects of sunlight and chlorine; water-repellent fabrics that dry faster than ever; tightly-woven fabrics that protect the skin from harmful ultraviolet rays and much more.

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  • The same tiny holes that allow sunlight to pass through the material allow water to evaporate more rapidly than other swimsuits.

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  • The suits do tend to offer between SPF 5 and SPF 10, but that may not be enough protection for an extended period of time in direct sunlight.

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  • Some popular collections include butterfly shimmer, rainbow metallic, sunlight matte and kaleidoscope print.

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  • One of the unique features of Twilight vampires is that, unlike their counterparts in most other stories, they do not die in the sunlight.

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  • Instead, they keep to the shadows because their skin sparkles in direct sunlight.

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  • The human body can manufacture vitamin D through sun exposure on the skin, but people rarely get enough sunlight to create all the vitamin D they need.

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  • Many people will meet their requirement for vitamin D through exposure to sunlight and the foods they eat.

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  • Vitamin D is the only vitamin that humans synthesize via sunlight.

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  • Meaning, if you're exposed to a decent amount of sunlight, you don't even need to take in any vitamin D via nutrients from food.

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  • When the ultraviolet light from the sunlight shines on the skin, it's also shining on a cholesterol compound in the skin.

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  • Also, because vitamin D supplements are sometimes associated with toxic vitamin D overdose, it can be safer to get vitamin D from sunlight.

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  • Overall, what people are starting to think is that some sun each day is better than none; remember lighter skinned individuals only need about 10 minutes a day of sunlight without sunscreen.

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  • The body's vitamin D requirement is relatively minimal and can sometimes be met with as little as ten minutes exposure to sunlight.

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  • However, sunlight is not always the most effective source for the vitamin, depending on geographic latitude, seasonal changes, cloud cover, smog and sunscreen.

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  • Vitamin D3 is the form of vitamin D found in animal product food sources and from the skin's exposure to sunlight, particularly to UV B radiation.

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  • Vitamin D is a unique nutrient among all essential nutrients, in that it can be obtained both from exposure to sunlight as well as from natural vitamin D food sources and supplements.

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  • Depending on the amount of sunlight you get each day, supplementing your vitamin D intake through food sources is necessary to avoid Vitamin D deficiency and adverse effects on your health.

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  • Vitamin D, for example, is created when the skin is exposed to sunlight, and vitamin K can be created by the natural bacteria in the intestines.

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  • If you have a lot of sun exposure, your body actually converts the sunlight into just the right amount of vitamin D that you need.

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  • Although many people are concerned about sun exposure and skin cancer, slathering on sun block also screens out the beneficial sunlight that enhances natural vitamin D production.

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  • Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin our bodies manufacture from the exposure of skin to sunlight.

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  • The body also obtains vitamin D from sunlight.

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  • Vitamin D is created by a reaction to sunlight and is stored under the skin.

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  • It is important to make sure that you do not burn in the sun, however, and special precautions should always be taken when entering strong sunlight.

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  • Vitamin D from exposure to sunlight initiates a string of chemical reactions in your body which convert the raw form to one which your body can use through conversion by your liver and kidneys.

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  • The human body can manufacture vitamin D through sun exposure on the skin but people rarely get enough sunlight to create all the vitamin D they need.

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  • You live in extreme northern climates where there isn't much direct sunlight.

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  • It's winter and there isn't adequate sunlight.

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  • Typically, the darker the skin, the more melanin it has and the less able it is to absorb sunlight.

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  • People who get inadequate sunlight or have malabsorption can still receive adequate vitamin D through food sources and supplementation.

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  • From trying to get more sunlight to having blood tests and making dietary changes, you can positively affect your health by increasing the levels of vitamin D in your body.

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  • Rickets results from a lack of vitamin D rich foods in a child's diet, insufficient sunlight exposure, or digestive system problems that result in poor vitamin D absorption.

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  • Lack of sunlight is problematic for many people.

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  • In ages past when our agrarian ancestors toiled in the fields all day, sunlight exposure provided sufficient time for vitamin D manufacture.

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  • Today with so many dire warnings about the health risks of sunlight exposure many people slather on sunscreen all the time, which completely blocks any potential benefit along with the risk of sun exposure.

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  • Most people work in offices lit by fluorescent bulbs and get almost no natural sunlight, which also decreases vitamin D production.

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  • Vitamin D deficiency can be treated through supplements, changes in diet, and additional sunlight exposure.

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  • Vitamin D is actually a hormone your body can make on its own after exposure to sunlight.

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  • Excessive sunscreen usage can cause vitamin D deficiency, as can lack of exposure to sunlight, such as in people living in Northern climates.

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  • Another way that vitamin D is different from other vitamins is that the body can make it naturally through the use of sunlight.

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  • While it's possible to get vitamin D through foods, fortified foods, and through supplements, the easiest and least expensive way is to get it through sunlight in moderation.

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  • Though it is possible to get vitamin D through the use of tanning beds, there are so many health risks involved with the use of tanning beds that sunlight is generally preferred.

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  • Your body absorbs vitamin D from sunlight, and it is present in fish, eggs, and fortified dairy products.

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  • If you don't eat calcium-rich foods or get adequate sunlight, then supplementation may be indicated.

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  • White is also summer's go-to hue because it's cool, reflects sunlight and simply looks fresh.

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  • White dresses are also an excellent choice during summer, especially for outdoor events; they reflec sunlight and exude a sophisticated vibe.

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  • If we were exposed to direct infrared light, our bodies and our clothing would absorb the warmth, much like standing outside in the sunlight.

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  • Keeps drapes, curtains or shades drawn in the daytime to prevent direct sunlight from heating up the room.

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  • This panel turns sunlight into energy which is used to power the candles.

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