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No more looking around for a candle or some light in dimly lit restaurants.
Veggoagogo works offline and has night and day modes for dimly lit restaurants or beach bars in the sun.
The cars, which both suffered extensive damage, were parked in the official but dimly lit Albion Road car park, near the ground.
But "welcoming" a critical report will be viewed dimly by those at the sharp end of poor council services.
In fact, the only reason I was dimly aware of February 14 at all was when a friend emailed me a joke about gingers struggling to get a date.
The slow-moving tale takes nearly 80 minutes before we glimpse a ghoul, and the long, dimly lit climax offers too little excitement to compensate.
"Steak houses are always a popular affair destination since they're not only dimly lit but also commonly found in business districts, close to hotels where these type of dates typically end," he said.
Reporting in an upcoming Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Sebastiano Cantalupo (University of California, Santa Cruz) and his colleagues observed 12 of these clouds dimly fluorescing due to the nearby quasar's ultraviolet light.
The device helps in applications with tall racks, dimly lit warehouses and freezers, as well as aids newer operators.
Cpl Christian Boult spent an hour a night in a dimly lit tent in his current base at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, to create his depiction of the iconic photograph which celebrates the US victory in the battle of Iwo Jima in 1945.
Summary: Turkey will look dimly upon any attempt by Chelsea to lure their manager Guus Hiddink back to Stamford Bridge.
At Dinner Noir, the evening begins in the dimly lit barrel hall with a palate-cleansing glass of Blanc de Noir and plain bread sticks.