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A flash of light produced by an electric discharge between clouds or between clouds and the ground.
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Lightning in your dreams, foreshadows happiness and prosperity of short duration. If the lightning strikes some object near you, and you feel the shock, you will be damaged by the good fortune of a friend, or you may be worried by gossipers and scandalmongers. To see livid lightning parting black clouds, sorrow and difficulties will follow close on [..]
Source: dreams-dictionary.org

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Lightning [N]frequently referred to by the sacred writers ( Nahum 1:3-6 ). Thunder and lightning are spoken of as tokens of God's wrath ( 2 Samuel 22:15 ; Job 28:26 ; 37:4 ; Psalms 135:7 ; 144:6 [..]
Source: biblestudytools.com

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sudden electrical discharge from clouds. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
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Lightning Golf Discs and equipment are manufactured out of Dallas, Texas.  Lightning has a full selection of discs including many floaters, glow discs, and lightweights.  Known for their brilliant colors and affordable prices.
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Discharge of an electric field from a cloud.
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electric discharge that takes place between two oppositely charged surfaces, such as between a cloud and the ground,                 between two clouds, or between two parts of the same [..]
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A static electrical discharge between two clouds or between a cloud and the earth accompanied by a flash of light.
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A flash of light caused by an atmospheric electrical discharge between two clouds or between a cloud and the earth.
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The flash of light which accompanies a static electricity discharge between two clouds or between a cloud and the earth during a thunderstorm.
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a powerful flash of electricity between the negative electrical charges in clouds or between a cloud and the ground.
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A rapid, visible discharge of electricity hotter than the surface of the sun. Lightning is caused by the build up of electrical potential between cloud and ground, between clouds, or between clouds an [..]
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A sudden electric flow between a thunderstorm cloud and the ground (or another cloud), for a brief instant producing heat and light along its path (and the heat, in turn, producing a sudden expansion [..]
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An abrupt high-current electric discharge that occurs in the Atmosphere and that has a path length ranging from hundreds of Feet to TENS of miles. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Techni [..]
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An electrical discharge produced by a thunderstorm.
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Brilliant and momentary light due to discharge of atmospheric electricity from cloud to earth, or from cloud to cloud.
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A standard Fire policy will automatically cover damage to property caused by lightning
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A standard Fire policy will automatically cover damage to property caused by fire, lightning or certain types of explosion.
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A discharge of atmospheric electricity accompanied by a vivid flash of light. During thunderstorms, static electricity builds up within the clouds. A positive charge builds in the upper part of the cl [..]
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A sudden visible flash of energy and light caused by an electrical discharges from thunderstorms.
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A visible electrical discharge produced by a thunderstorm.
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Everybody knows that lightning and thunder go together. First you see the bright flash of lightning, then a few seconds later you hear a big boom. It's really cool to watch, but be careful - ligh [..]
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Luminous manifestation accompanying a sudden electrical discharge which takes place from or inside a cloud or, less often, from high structures on the ground or from mountains.
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Generally, any and all forms of visible electrical discharge produced by a thunderstorm.
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(abbrev. LTNG) A visible electrical discharge produced by a thunderstorm. The discharge may occur within or between clouds, between the cloud and air, between a cloud and the ground or between the ground and a cloud.
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The flash of light accompanying a sudden electrical discharge which takes place from or inside a cloud, or less often from high structures, the ground or mountains. Lightning is caused when the negati [..]
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Discharge of electrostatic energy accompanied with the emission of light. Lightning passing through the air rapidly heats and expands it, producing thunder. When lighting forms, a negative charge usually collects in the cloud, and a positive charge collects in the ground under the charge. Lightning produced from this configuration is called a negat [..]
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A visible electrical discharge produced by thunderstorms.
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Discharge of static electricity in the atmosphere, usually between the ground and a storm cloud.
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A sudden, powerful discharge of electricity produced in response to a build-up of electrical potential between a cloud and the ground, between clouds, or within a cloud. Lightning occurs during thunde [..]
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A sudden and visible discharge of electricity produced in response to the build up of electrical potential between cloud and ground, between clouds, within a single cloud, or between a cloud and surrounding air. For an example, see ball lightning.
Source: kestrelmeters.com.au

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A flash of light produced by an electrical discharge in response to the buildup of an electrical potential between cloud and Earth’s surface, or between different portions of the same cloud.
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Any form of visible electrical discharges produced by thunderstorms.
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A sudden and visible discharge of electricity produced in response to the build up of electrical potential between cloud and ground, between clouds, within a single cloud, or between a cloud and surrounding air.
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An electrical discharge from a thunderstorm.
Source: physics.byu.edu

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A sudden and visible discharge of electricity produced in response to the build up of electrical potential between cloud and ground, between clouds, within a single cloud, or between a cloud and surro [..]
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A sudden discharge of electricity produced when opposite electrical charges build up between clouds, between a cloud and the ground, or within one cloud. When the charges meet, a bright band of light [..]
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Any form of visible electrical discharges produced by thunderstorms. Low
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A sudden and visible discharge of electricity produced in response to the build up of electrical potential between cloud and ground, between clouds, within a single cloud, or between a cloud and surro [..]
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A sudden and visible discharge of electricity produced in response to the build up of electrical potential between cloud
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(abbrev. LTNG) A visible electrical discharge produced by a thunderstorm. The discharge may occur within or between clouds, between the cloud and air, between a cloud and the ground or between the gro [..]
Source: weatherdudes.com

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A visible discharge of electricity produced by a thunderstorm.
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A sudden and visible discharge of electricity produced in response to the build up of electrical potential between cloud and ground, between clouds, within a single cloud, or between a cloud and surrounding air.
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Any form of visible electric discharge between thunder clouds or between a thunder cloud and the earth. Ninety percent of all lightning never touches the ground - it occurs inside the thunder cloud or jumps from cloud to cloud.
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A flash of light produced by short-duration, high-voltage discharge of electricity within a cloud, between clouds, or between a cloud and the earth.

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