light sector

light sector

[′līt ‚sek·tər]
(navigation)
A sector in which a navigational light has a distinctive color differing from that of adjoining sectors.
A sector in which a navigational light is visible.
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M/o 60 mtr wide road no 201, with rsp and c.v plantation at dwarka (from red light sector 3/4 and 12/13 to dwarka more
Only the scorpions that entered the light sector at least once for each of the four light variables were considered legitimate and analyzed for this assay.
The heavy sector's expanding demand for credit crowded out the light sector's demand, pushing up lending rates.
Also EGP 5.1m were given to the Supreme Council of Culture to let them pay for thier employees in the sound and light sector for July and August 2015.
The Cristal plant in Yanbu-2 Several Yanbu-1 companies are currently expanding their facilities including one industry in the primary sector with a capital investment of SR37.50 billion, five in the secondary sector with a total capital investment of SR4.029 billion and 28 in the light sector with a total capital investment of SR1.48 billion.
"The care sector is a growth industry - what the banks call a green light sector," he said.
Everlight is Taiwan's another LED heavyweight to venture into the LED grow light sector after the Hon Hai Group, which is developing LED-lit plant factory in collaboration with College of Bioresources and Agriculture of National Taiwan University (NTU) and Yunlin County Government.
Zone n/a-ii m/o 45 mtr wide road no 202 with rsp and c.v plantation at dwarka (from red light sector 4/12 and 3/13 to sector 6/10 and 7/9 red light)
Zone n/a-ii m/o 45 mtr wide road no 202 with rsp and central verge plantation at dwarka (from red light sector 4/12 and 3/13 to sector 6/10 and 7/9 red light)
Tenders are invited for M/O 45 Mtr Road Side Plantation With Central Verge At Road No 215 Red Light Sector 14 Police Post To Opp.
Our extensive experience within both the education and blue light sectors will be key to the smooth delivery of the development."