She fell back exhausted; the hot light died from her eyes, and she lay looking out into the street.
She took her large earthenware jar, poised it on her shoulder, and went out of the tent into the hot light.
The triple scars down his face welled bright blood in the hot light.
Her own eyes were shining with a dry, hot light, her lips were quivering, but her hands upon the letter were steady and firm.
The sun was nearly vertical, and the little round shadow in which he reclined was interlaced with streaks of hot light.
The moon had risen, and what had been a dusty country road was now a streak of silver in the hot light.
The cool vapour in front of the hot light cuts off from the white ray exactly those waves which it gives out itself when burning.
All the fragrance of fallow fields is in the hot light and blowing hay and deathless azure and high noon.
At last she sat down in the circle of hot light round the fire, and little Tim crawled into her lap.
They went close up to Philip, and, shading their eyes from the hot light, searched his face with keen glances.