front light

front light

1. A lighting unit mounted on the auditorium side of the proscenium.
2. A lighting fixture mounted at dead center of an open stage.
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Visually, the vehicle gets very distinctive exterior styling, including striking new front light clusters and a more pronounced Kia family nose.
SUBTLE The front light g cluster is indicative of the overall design cues
He was in a small green car with five doors, with a smashed left, front light.
Some of the class leading features in both the models are premium leather seats with electronic driA[degrees] ver seat control, dynamic stability control, rear vehicle monitorA[degrees] ing system, active adaptive front light system, daytime running lights, lane departure warning system, forward obstruction warning system, high beam control system, xenon light, sunroof, rear view camera, smart entry system and Bose speakers, among many others.
You can use it outside in the sunlight, plus it has a built-in front light with adjustable brightness.
The situation is worse at night, because most of the cyclists do not wear reflective jackets and their bikes are devoid of front light and rear reflectors.
Some are seeing high growth at the moment, like self parking systems or adaptive front light systems.
Costing [pounds sterling]10 less than the Kindle, the Kobo Glo is very similar to its best-selling rival and features a 6in Eink touchscreen with front light, storage for thousands of books and a battery life that's measured in weeks rather than hours.
The cycle should have front light and reflective light in the back.
It also had a Bontrager saddle, XTR clipless pedals, a nightrider front light and a cat's eye rear light.
With a flip of the switch the vacuum roared to life, its dim front light shining in sweet victory.
NYSE: NTE; CBOE Symbol: QNA), Vancouver, BC, Canada, has received orders from a Japanese manufacturer for more than 1,000,000 units of front light panels, which will be incorporated into the handheld video gaming devices of a prominent Japanese video game developer.