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catchlights

[′kach‚līts]
(graphic arts)
Reflections of light sources in a subject's eyes or eyeglasses.
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If your pan does catch light, don't throw water over it- get out, stay out and call 999.
One tank did catch light but firefighters managed to stop it from causing a huge explosion by spraying the others with water.
By providing a flexible link from cell to cell, it might tether the photoreceptors together along the curving inner wall of the eye while aiming each at the best angle to catch light, Hollyfield and others suggest.
Putting the cakes, which are sold ready to eat, in to microwave ovens is causing the sugar on top to catch light.
The blaze started after rubbish outside the property was set on fire, causing a plastic door to catch light.
In Britain, however, it is too wet and too cool this year for our forests to catch light.
She is installing 17 sheets of heat mirror, usually used behind radiators to reflect heat back into a room, to catch light entering the south-facing windows of the bridge.
Insurer Legal & General failed to catch light despite meeting market expectations with a 9pc rise in profits to pounds 759m.
Alternatively cut strips of plastic from an empty compost bag and attach them to fence posts, trees or shed roofs so they flap and 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.
Some said they saw the balloon catch light before it hit the power cables.