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first light

[¦fərst ′līt]
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The beginning of morning nautical twilight, that is, when the center of the morning sun is 12° below the horizon.
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Actor Ralf Little said: "I have been attending the First Light Awards for many years now and am constantly awed by the quality of short films produced by young people.
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First Light was formed at the behest of the UK Film Council who wanted to find a way that young people could get involved in the film industry.
He added that Broccoli accepted neither remuneration nor expenses from First Light and donated to it herself.
They were so excited to be going down to London, and were checking out the competition on the First Light website.
I find the First Light Tomahawk an outstanding functional tool I use on a daily basis inside the Terminator while monitoring tactical runs.
The youngsters' success was made possible by Cardiff-based animation company Cinetig, thanks to lottery funding through First Light Movies.
First Light Movies chief executive Pip Eldridge said, "I am so delighted that year after year young people keep generating wonderfully creative film ideas and stories that illustrate the diversity of UK culture at its best.
The Best Film by 12s and Under was this year's people's choice category and was judged by visitors who watched the nominated films on First Light Movies' new website, www.
First Light USA proclaims the Liberator the first hands-free tactical light.