Some articles on luster:
... Ventura County, California, young Connie is raped by the Max Factor heir Andrew Luster after ingesting a drug called Liquid X in a glass of water offered by him in a nightclub ... The movie started shooting while Luster was still on the run, and was originally supposed to end with a plea for information regarding his whereabouts ... As a result, Luster's capture was written into the film at the last minute ...
... Scott Luster is the former head women's Volleyball coach for Bradley University, Louisiana State University and the University of Louisville ... Luster’s collegiate coaching career began in 1980 at the University of Louisville, where he posted a record of 140-90 and won two Metro Conference titles and received a pair of NCAA Tournament bids ... Luster achieved major success after moving to LSU in 1985 ...
8°39′17″E / 61.4625°N 8.65472°E / 61.4625 8.65472 153 Mjølkedalspiggen 130 ... Luster 1517 I "Tyin" 1100 61°26′36″N 8°10′53″E ...
... A Date with Darkness The Trial and Capture of Andrew Luster is an American made-for-TV movie which first aired in 2003, based on a true story about criminal Andrew Luster ...
... the background Lustrafjorden Urnes stave church Sognefjell Skjolden at Lustrafjorden in Luster, Norway Several groups of people are glacier hiking on the glacier Nigardsbreen ...
More definitions of "luster":
- (noun): A surface coating for ceramics or porcelain.
Famous quotes containing the word luster:
“[James G. Blaines] devotion to the public interests, his marked ability, and his exalted patriotism have won for him the gratitude and affection of his countrymen and the admiration of the world. In the varied pursuits of legislation, diplomacy, and literature his genius has added new luster to American citizenship.”
—Benjamin Harrison (18331901)
“What is it to grow old?
Is it to lose the glory of the form,
The luster of the eye?
Is it for beauty to forego her wreath?
MYes, but not this alone.”
—Matthew Arnold (18221888)
“Those great and glorious actions that dazzle our eyes with their luster are represented by statesmen as the result of great wisdom and excellent design; whereas, in truth, they are commonly the effects of the humors and passions.”
—François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (16131680)