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2. On Wednesday there will be a total/partial eclipse of the sun.
3. Once a famous actress, she is now in eclipse.
4. After suffering an eclipse, she is now famous again.
5. An eclipse of the moon is a rare phenomenon.
6. During the seventies[http://sentencedict.com], her acting career was in eclipse.
7. The eclipse of the ruling political party was inevitable.
8. An eclipse happens when the earth and moon are in line with the sun.
9. The election result marked the eclipse of the right wing.
10. During an eclipse, the moon blocks our view of the sun .
11. A total solar eclipse is due to take place some time tomorrow.
12. The writer's name remained in eclipse for many years after his death.
13. Mrs Bosanquet's novels are now in eclipse.
14. Her work was in eclipse for most of the 20th century.
15. The eclipse should only be viewed through a special lens.
16. But the same kind of eclipse did not affect that other great area devoted to reconstructing the history of life: paleontology.
17. Twenty-one shots of the solar eclipse hang beside a woman bending over in the bath.
18. Cancer 23 June to 23 July A total eclipse of the Sun doesn't happen all that often.
19. Go for sludgy, smudgy shadows that eclipse the eye, giving shape and shade, dark thick lashes and structured brows.
20. This is a total solar eclipse.
21. The eclipse of electricity as a means of propulsion has been one of the more curious facets of the evolution of transport.
22. Yet, today, empires east and west are in eclipse.
23. It was March and interest in the total eclipse of the sun, due on June 21, was beginning to spark.
24. The event that would eclipse it began only after Kenneff left the witness stand, and court adjourned for lunch.
25. Conservatism went into relative eclipse. while Labour under Clement Attlee was able to wield influence in the coalition government.
26. Many people expected the growth of television to mean the eclipse of radio.
27. His remarkable contribution to literature has been too long in eclipse.
28. To see these activities as representing the apotheosis of Morris Zapp and the eclipse of Phillip Swallow is tempting but too simple.
29. Even famous statues in the middle of towns are not immune to eclipse.
30. All three were very vigorous: none was prepared to let the others eclipse it.