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electric lamp

[i¦lek·trik ′lamp]
(electricity)
A lamp in which light is produced by electricity, as the incandescent lamp, arc lamp, glow lamp, mercury-vapor lamp, and fluorescent lamp.
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This ratio is higher than the corresponding ratio in the United States; GE's patents related to electric lamps and radio tubes were more intensively filed in Japan than in the United States.
The subsidiary of the Dutch company Royal Philips Electronics already have an electric lamp factory in Surabaya producing bulbs.
A verdict of accidental death was recorded at the Coventry inquest yesterday on Eric Whitlow, aged 43, an electrician of Bede Road, who was found dead on the bathroom floor of his home on Thursday evening holding an infra-red electric lamp.
By 1881 Swan set up the first commercial electric lamp factory in the world, the Swan Electric Light Company, in Benwell, Newcastle.
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Electric Lamp Bulb & Parts Manufacturing Industry Report" report to their offering.
He went near an electric lamp pole and suddenly the cylinder exploded," recalled Ali Mohammad Sheikh, an injured boy.
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