Book The Second
the arrangemaent of light and dark; darknesss and light together.
excessive; not kept within bounds.
the act of giving light; a supply of light.
priest who ears confessions and grants assurances of forgiveness.
that which occupies or troubles the mind excssively;especially a fixed idea.
comfort; relief from sorrow or diappointment.
lighting fixture designed to be suspended from the ceilng, usually having several lights arranged on projecting arms or branches.
an astonishing disclosure; something that is made known.
dreadful; warning of disaster.
plant of the mustard family whose leaves are used in salads.
something produced by a cause or necessarily following from a set of conditions.