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catchlights

[′kach‚līts]
(graphic arts)
Reflections of light sources in a subject's eyes or eyeglasses.
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The Abu Dhabi Police announced that radars on Al Mafraq- Al Ghuwaifat international highway will catch light vehicles at the speed of 141 km/hour.
And judging by some of the acting, there's a helluva lot of wood there to catch light.
Millions of householders have been waiting months for Hotpoint, Creda and Indesit units to be fixed after owner Whirlpool issued a safety alert over fears they could catch light.
3 million of its dryers sold between 2004 and 2015 could catch light due to fluff collecting on the heating element.
If your pan does catch light, don't throw water over it- get out, stay out and call 999.
Once you've added this shadow, use the highlighter in the kit on any areas of your face that catch light - like the tops of your cheekbones, along the edge of your cupid's bow (this will make lips look fuller) and on your brow bones.
Independent councillor Michael Hudson said he would urge residents to report any suspicious activity and keep bins away from homes or cars that could potentially catch light in the event of an attack.
A petrol bomb was thrown at a car causing it to catch light.
Audiences will see through the technical wizardry and surmise that, like so many superheroes before him, Green Lantern smoulders but doesn't catch light.
The setlist ticks all the boxes - Presence Of The Lord, Tell The Truth, and Dear Mr Fantasy all included - but it's on After Midnight, JJ Cale's Cocaine and a radical revision of Hendrix hallmark Voodoo Chile that the duo really catch light, fat Hammond organ mixed with fiery guitar.
Upon leaving the outside world behind, the discovery of the assembly hall reveals a lofty double-height volume with its own canopy; articulated by a mezzanine and a trio of glazed ladder beams that rise to catch light through the three diminishing mono-pitches; dib dib dib.