light-day

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light-day

[′līt‚dā]
(astronomy)
The distance traveled by light in 1 day in a vacuum.
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The unstinting work of the emergency services was marked in yesterday's Blue Light Day.
The song has yet to see the light day, but could be debuted on stage, according to a media representative for Assaf.
I would go after training when I was at Brentford, and also if we had a light day when I was on loan at Wycombe, I would shoot down the M40 and go and help my dad.
On a light day for data, investors' nerves may have been soothed by signs that the anticipated economic seizure in Britain - and beyond - from the shock vote in June to leave the European Union had not materialised.
The building has been designed to a high specification by award-winning architects DWA and features 66 bedrooms with en-suite wet rooms and an abundance of light day areas, four dining rooms, a cinema, a library and a lounge bar.
There was one light day and one strongish wind that gave competitors a chance to flex their muscles.
8220;Just like the interstellar cloud, the new Nebula provides crisp bright light day or night to ensure safe and secure operations at service stations nationwide,” said James Steedly, vice president of Product Research and Development.
We kid you not: this light day cream works fast to reduce the formation of deep lines.
In our country, many people do not turn off the light day and night, it is essential to save energy," he underlined.
Summary: Weaker-than-expected economic growth in Japan weighed on markets on Monday on what is a fairly light day on the global economic calendar.
McRaith, at the last meeting, said the overdue report would come out sometime this summer, but indications that it would see the light day in the near future have been common since the report was due in late January 2012.
An example of a light day might be 20 lbs x 12 reps; for a heavy day, perhaps 25 lbs x 4 reps.