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what does "light-up"here mean? is it buring? or just shinning? His father in light-up bunny ears that made Selina belly-laugh. The pleasure on his grandmother’s face when he gave her a pretty bowl filled with mixed spring bulbs in fragrant bloom.
Jul 1, 2015 2:25 PM
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"Light-up" here is an adjective that explains the bunny ears have a light inside them that turn on and off. Shining would be a good description. Because the light would be shining. Here is a picture. http://glosticks.co.uk/400-389-large/led-pink-light-up-flashing-bunny-ears.jpg
July 1, 2015
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