ceiling light

ceiling light

[′sē·liŋ ‚līt]
(engineering)
A type of cloud-height indicator which uses a searchlight to project vertically a narrow beam of light onto a cloud base. Also known as ceiling projector.

ceiling light

A borrowed light, 1, horizontally located in a ceiling to provide light below.

ceiling light

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A device to determine the height of clouds at night. It consists of a powerful projection lamp (searchlight) and a ceilometer to measure the angle of elevation subtended by the lamp beam. During the day, a ceilometer is used for this purpose.
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A bathroom chandelier, from Gustavian Ltd, priced pounds 540, including delivery; Tolbert Ceiling light, pounds 199.
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Contract notice: National museums in berlin - a new entrance building - james simon gallery - ceiling light special - 2257-2015.
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6 /PRNewswire/ -- Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is notifying consumers and retailers that the Ceiling Light, identified below, bears an unauthorized UL Mark for the United States and Canada.
THE main area of Nuneaton library, including the computer suite, was due to re-open today following the collapse of a ceiling light.
Bamboo 3 Lamp Ceiling Light, pounds 47 from Litecraft, litecraft.