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pavement light[′pāv·mənt ‚līt]
A window built into the surface of a pavement to admit daylight to a space below ground level.
Thick, translucent glass disks or prisms, set into a section of pavement to transmit light to a space below.
Heavy glass disks or prisms set into a pavement to convey light to a space beneath.
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A great metal staircase, painted bright red, industrial balustrading with stainless steel mesh, and concrete ramps with cast glass pavement lights
, bridge the gap.
Tenders are invited for PROVIDING LIGHTING TO PARK IN FRONT OF KUKKARALLI SCHOOL AND PAVEMENT LIGHTS IN JAVAREGOWDA PARK AND PROVIDING LIGHTING TO KARANJI IN WARD NO 20 OF MYSURU CITY CORPORATION
transmit a delicate luminance into the subterranean depths.