Shine may refer to:
- Reflection (physics)
- Shine (film), a 1996 Australian film starring Geoffrey Rush
- Shine (novel), a 2011 novel by Lauren Myracle
- Shine (nightclub)
- Shine Guitars
- LG Shine, mobile phone
- Donal Shine (born 1989), Gaelic footballer
- Shine (fundraising event), a night-time walking marathon to raise money for research into cancer
- The pronunciation of the mathematical function sinh
- Abbreviation for moonshine
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... "Shine On" is a song by British indie rock band The Kooks and is the second single from their 2008 album Konk ... The release of "Shine On" has also boosted Konk back into the UK top 40 album chart ... Upon the physical release of "Shine On", the single climbed to #25, the band's lowest charting single since "Sofa Song" ...
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Famous quotes containing the word shine:
“No one will ever shine in conversation, who thinks of saying fine things: to please, one must say many things indifferent, and many very bad.”
—Francis Lockier (16681740)
“Spirit of Beauty, that dost consecrate
With thine own hues all thou dost shine upon
Of human thought or form,”
—Percy Bysshe Shelley (17921822)
“A poet who makes use of a worse word instead of a better, because the former fits the rhyme or the measure, though it weakens the sense, is like a jeweller, who cuts a diamond into a brilliant, and diminishes the weight to make it shine more.”
—Horace Walpole (17171797)