Streetlight

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Streetlight

One of a series of lamps at the top of posts along a street or similar public location.
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He also won hearts touring nationwide as a founding member of retro-rock sensation Under the Streetlamp, seen in millions of homes on PBS.
Daigle imagines both industrial and consumer uses for these services--everything from checking the health of streetlamps to making sure the coffee pot is turned off each morning.
Keep in mind the story about the man searching for his car keys under a bright streetlamp. He hadn't lost the keys anywhere near the streetlamp, but thought to himself, 'The light is much better here.' We are tempted to behave the same way in managing risk.
Through the coffeeshop mob out by the rose stand the streetlamp beams on gold tooth word & sweaty brow on delicate, fur-lined neck words slipped up in cold air on the silk word & ringed-hand flutter.
Then blows come back at me, and a streetlamp catches my eyes dead on, just before I'm about to see who this is.
A streetlamp stutters, the whole thing comes unhinged.
His hair was made of horse hair, his eyelashes broom hair, and his eyes streetlamp lights.
If we only boiled the water needed we would save enough power to light every streetlamp in the country.
Urban Green Energy (UGE), a New York City-based company, has produced a hybrid solution to help blow away the energy inefficiencies that exist within the power industry--the Sanya wind/solar hybrid streetlamp. The streetlamp combines a vertical axis wind turbine with solar panels to create an adaptable and versatile solution for government and commercial lighting.
instant in a streetlamp, the pinprick-raindrops repeated in a puddle, a
Gordon said: "We are already in discussion with several local councils and an energy company to introduce Windsave Streetlamp projects."
THE barmaid has finally draped the towel over the taps in the snug and old Daisy and Stan, full of stout and goodwill, have just waddled into the glow of the streetlamp.