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gaslight

a type of lamp in which the illumination is produced by an incandescent mantle heated by a jet of gas
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Corazzini, 52, has tended the city's gaslights ever since as a kind of cross between a hobby and a laughably low-paying part-time job.
Perhaps the only people more wistful about Worcester's gaslights than Mr.
The 27 gaslights dot the city in singles, twos or threes, mostly on side streets in the city's western half.
STREETS, homes and public buildings took on very different atmospheres from today in Victorian and Edwardian times - this was the era when most people lived by gaslight.
PSYCHOLOGICAL thriller Gaslight has been a favourite with theatre audiences for 70 years and will be providing fresh thrills in Coventry tomorrow.
Following the abrupt departure of her husband, she is visited by a stranger named Rough (McCoy) who astonishes her with his explanation of the mysterious disappearance of random objects and the dimming of the gaslights in her home.
The pavered driveway is flanked by magnificent royal palms and dramatically lit by custom crafted gaslights from New Orleans.
The building - which sports a utilitarian, post-Depression Era design and old-fashioned gaslights - was built for the Newhall School District in 1939, funded under the federal government's New Deal program that aimed to end the Great Depression by boosting the economy with public works projects.
A crackling Yule log on the fire, and the festive sound of carolers strolling beneath the gaslights.
The 4,000 square foot store, located in Fountain Plaza on Hwy 98 in Daphne, AL will feature deluxe gas grills, copper gaslights, fireplaces and fire pits.
His Institute Road neighborhood has a pocket of seven gaslights within a few blocks.
The show will feature state-of-the-art natural gas appliances, including instant-on gas ranges and natural gas fireplaces and gaslights with optional automatic daytime dimmer controls.