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I pass before the sun, yet i make no shadow.

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I pass before the sun, yet i make no shadow.

wind

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I pass before the sun, yet i make no shadow.

if you take the meaning of pass to mean "leave" or "end", then night would fit... which is ironic since night is a shadow!

also I suppose anything transparent wouldn't leave a shadow, but even air is opaque to certain wavelengths.

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MOON? Because it passes before the sun rises.The moon is visible during the dawn but it does not cause any shadow.

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Air or the wind. Well, anything transparent that is moving, like Helium escaping a motionless balloon.

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night ends day starts, as written (night passes befeore sun rises)

If it is meant to be intended to be along the lines of between an object (earth or similar) and the sun then it is anything in the air that is not visible / to small to make a shadow (like dust in small quantities).

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MOON? Because it passes before the sun rises.The moon is visible during the dawn but it does not cause any shadow.

The moon does cause a shadow. That's what causes solar eclipse

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I pass before the sun, yet i make no shadow.

To answer this literally:

Air (it passes in front of the sun, yet makes no shadow)

To answer it abstractly:

A Day (A day passes in front of the sun and yet makes no shadow)

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To answer this literally:

Air (it passes in front of the sun, yet makes no shadow)

To answer it abstractly:

A Day (A day passes in front of the sun and yet makes no shadow)

Does a day pass in front of the sun or does the sun pass over a day? :huh: Or is there any way to make the abstract answer make sense?

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