major light

major light

[′mā·jər ′līt]
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A light of high candlepower and reliability exhibited from a fixed structure ashore or on a marine site (except range lights).
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Liter of Light is likewise slated to take part in a major light installation in New Yorks Central Park for the International Day of Light in 2018.
There are also several smaller galaxies surrounding the major light sources.
Sheyba, at the north-eastern edge of RaK, is a major light crude oil-producing site.
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1, 2012 (CENS) -- Japan-based Nichia Corporation, a major light emitting diode (LED) maker, planned to tap LED markets in China and enlarge its market share there, but has been foiled by simmering anti-Japan sentiment in China due mainly to the Diaoyutai island issue, so is considering to cooperate with Taiwanese enterprises for further development, according to wire news.
By comparing their data with observations, they conclude that oxygen cannot be a major light element component of Earth's outer core, because experiments on oxygen-rich materials do not align with geophysical observations.
By comparing their data with observations, they conclude that oxygen cannot be a major light element component of the Earth's outer core, because experiments on oxygen-rich materials do not align with geophysical observations.
So to help some of these minor names emerge into major light, here are some players with starting slots owned in no more than 15 percent of ESPN fantasy leagues:
For convenience, the lamp module is easily replaceable without tools through a side door and the universal turret accepts all major light guides without adaptors.
This Fifth was light on metaphysical profundity, the scherzo's disturbing and creepy elements were slightly muted, and the climactic transformation from C minor darkness to refulgent C major light fizzed rather than fulminated.
It shows how a basic item of consumption can be used to throw a major light on economic processes, and it contributes significantly to the debates about British economic development in the early Industrial Revolution.
This was aided in part by the addition of new major light rail lines and the 2001 reinstatement of a central city streetcar, a throwback to the old trolley system that had been supplanted by polluting diesel buses and personal automobiles.

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