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crosslight

Light received from windows at right angles to each other.
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He is a maker, a seer, a narrator, a praiser, a lover exploring "the wonderful and bewildering paradoxes and complementarities, the constant change and becoming" ("Crosslight" essay).
As a stand-alone product the CrossLight photonic cross-connect will, according to Alcatel, offer the world's largest capacity levels in addition to reducing carrier and service provider network costs by up to 40%.
In a traveling shot, for example, he's able to eliminate the crosslights. It gives me the possibility of modifying the light within a single scene with the movement of the camera.
in the process of expanding Jay Leyda's The Melville Log I discovered documents that threw crosslights on dozens of old stories," and "I discovered dozens of new episodes" (2: xiv).