For Microsoft in 2014, this meant showing the new Call of Duty, a halo collection, and other entries in established franchises.
To prove the point, he explains that a halo materialized over his head, never to vanish, hovering there for all to see.
The Nintendo 64 had Super Mario 64; the Xbox had halo: Combat Evolved; the Wii had Wii Sports.
But a few chains have demonstrated the halo effects of (moderately) higher pay.
The diamonds flashed fire as I turned to the mirror, and the heavy beaten gold burned like a halo about my head.
On the left, on a hill above the lake, a woman (with the moon as halo) gives birth to a child.
It would be very convenient to have a halo, really, wouldn't it, auntie?
With unexpected strength he raised himself, and reached for the dish, which floated before him in a halo made by its own steam.
She saw him, not only with fresh eyes, but through the halo of his position.
They walked with their heads high, erect and smiling, radiating such happiness that they seemed to walk in a halo.
1560s, from Latin halo (nominative halos), from Greek halos "disk of the sun or moon, ring of light around the sun or moon" (also "threshing floor" and "disk of a shield"), of unknown origin. Sense of "light around the head of a holy person or deity" first recorded 1640s. As a verb from 1801.
halo ha·lo (hā'lō)
n. pl. ha·los or ha·loes
A reddish yellow ring surrounding the optic disk, caused by an expansion of the scleral ring that makes the deeper structures visible.
A ring of light surrounding a luminous body.
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