striplight


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striplight

2. A row of lamps mounted in a trough with a reflecting hood and color frames; used to flood an entire theater stage or a selected area of the stage.
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David Bowie Wow boy you've got some nerve bitten down, a sliver of live line, stuttering filament, blown, wired up all wrong, strung out and going like a striplight, too thin, I tell you, you're too thin
Metalux linear fluorescent lighting collection includes shoplight, striplight, wraparound and troffer light options.
The futuristic striplight structure was part of the pounds 5.
Inside, the glow from a lone striplight set in the rear wall is reflected in a row of alternately opaque and clear glass fins.
Dafydd Field, 52, was thought to have torn down a striplight and stuck his fingers in the socket.
Anthony Dall told how he and his partner Vicky Johnson were shocked to be confronted with wires and a striplight hanging from the ceiling.
Coventry City Council has confirmed it is in talks to remove the love-it or loathe-it striplight clock to create a vibrant public space in time for the Olympic Games.
Scott already had a small striplight, which was fitted up behind the headboard bricks.
The suspended glass rack and foot rail are illuminated with the 2,700K striplight for consistency of installation and quality of light.
Dafydd Field, 52, is believed to have torn down a striplight and electrocuted himself by sticking his fingers in the sockets.
For the hallways in one building, HLB used the 32-W striplight to create linear and vertical coves.