baby spot

baby spot

[¦bā·bē ′spät]
(electricity)
A small spotlight, usually equipped with a hood, used (as in the theater) to concentrate light on an area or an object a small distance from the spotlight.
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The topics covered in last night's show included Red Kites in the Brecon Beacons, how to slash your gas and electricity bills (without switching providers), the menace of childless drivers who park in mother and baby spots at supermarkets and an Apprentice-style challenge involving Toyah Willcox attempting to turn the French onto the Midlands culinary delights of pork scratchings.
Indirect lighting with recessed cans and baby spots bathe the condo in soft illumination, while interesting floor and table lamps provide good reading light and eye appeal.