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sidelight

1. either of the two navigational running lights used by vessels at night, a red light on the port and a green on the starboard
2. Brit either of two small lights on the front of a motor vehicle, used to indicate the presence of the vehicle at night rather than to assist the driver

Sidelight

A framed area of fixed glass, usually comprising a number of small panes; commonly one of pair of such lights, set vertically on each side of a door.

sidelight

sidelights with fanlight above door
A framed area of glass that does not open, typically composed of a number of small fixed panes; commonly one of a pair of such lights, set vertically on each side of a door.
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With the old door out and the opening prepared, we were ready to install the new door and sidelight. Before we started, I explained to Robin and Danny that our goal was to set the new door frame in the opening and then adjust it with shims until the door fit perfectly.
Sidelight Childs's Victory for Sidelight would advertise the claims of Dean Droopys Ultana in the 9.56 over 575m as she led for a long way when the duo met on Monday.
Among other items going on display from Saturday are a sidelight pattern for the Titanic and a number of items belonging t o junior 5th engineer John Henry Hayes, who died in the 1915 tragedy.
Another sidelight is Murphy's portrayal of the entrepreneurial spirit of Chicagoans in swiftly rebuilding their city to restore commerce and tourism: the rawness, greed, and exuberance of 19th-century America.
The newest offering from Fine-Line, Inc., is their Ultra-Glo(tm) fiber-optic peep sight featuring a large, 3/16-inch aperture with more material around the aperture to block sidelight, which causes a blurring effect on standard-size peeps.
A full glass wall to south admits generous sidelight, but is protected from excessive sun by a leaning section, overhanging eaves, and automatic motorised canvas sunblinds.
But the picture now emerging from excavations at several lowland sites, including Nohmul in northern Belize, provides "a totally unexpected sidelight on the nature of Maya society at the time of the collapse," says archaeologist Norman Hammond of Boston University.
An interesting sidelight in this game is Joe Silva watching the game closely behind the Red Warriors' bench.
Another sidelight will be the staging of a junior aquathlon for six years old to eight, nine to 12 and 13 to 16.
Heat two at 7.58 looks good for Chris Allsopp's facile Friday winner Sidelight, while the third at 8.31 can also go the way of the Monmore handler in the shape of Sharp Bullet.
I WOULD like to contact Geordie (Kidder) West on behalf of his old pal Syd (Sidelight) Kemp for a RAF reunion in September.
"It's an unusual lens," says Wolken, "but this work is just a sidelight to my main interest in tracing the evolution of the eye."