- Haunted Land takes us from pre-history to modern times, from Shamanism, through the wild hunt of Europe, to witches, werewolves and vampires and ends with road ghosts, spectral figures and phantom hitch-hikers.
- The night music of the third movement flickered with spectral glissandos and eerie harmonics.
- Is she scared of conducting a ghost walk on the busiest night of the spectral calendar?
- The headlights cast an eerie spectral glow on the thick glades, the ever-imposing wall of pine that kept the highway embalmed from time itself.
- It's brought the city welcome publicity hot on the spectral heels of the Ghost Festival.
- Present castle incumbent Peter Frost-Pennington is a stoic, sensible Scot, who likes to keep an open mind on spectral matters, but readily admits a recent flurry in phantom phenomena has been pretty good for business.
- Is there a spectral patron at The Sandrock?
1(of the spectrum)espectrala spectral color — un color del espectro solar / del iris
- The principal steps in obtaining the spectral transmittance of specimens from these pictures are as follows.
- The patterns to be copied and the blocks themselves are not finely detailed and the spectral differences between red and white sections are quite large.
- Little is known about this, but either or both of the quantity and spectral quality of light could conceivably be significant in various ways.
- A laser is the generator of intense coherent, electromagnetic radiation in the spectral range between ultra violet and infrared wavelengths.
- The duration of reflectance spectral acquisition was less than 1 second during which the light source of the bronchoscope was switched off.