sun lamp


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sun lamp

1. a lamp that generates ultraviolet rays, used for obtaining an artificial suntan, for muscular therapy, etc.
2. a lamp used in film studios, etc., to give an intense beam of light by means of parabolic mirrors
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Again, it makes no difference whether the UV rays are from the sun itself or a sun lamp.
HE may spend too much time under the sun lamp, but David Dickinson does seem to know a thing or two about antiques.
One in five told a survey they would stay indoors and bask under a sun lamp to get a tan, read up about the resort they were "visiting" and even take their plants to a neighbour to look after to keep up the pretence.
A heated mat and a sun lamp are keeping her awake because wounds would not heal if her metabolism was allowed to grind to a halt.
Sun lamp, said to have been property of LK Piggott, still unopened and in original box (batteries not included): pounds 100.
Short of going abroad or spending hours under a sun lamp you can't generate more sunlight - but you can simulate the effects of sunlight on the brain's ability to produce seratonin by taking a natural hypericum-based supplement.
POKER player Tony Chessa is battling the winter blues by packing a sun lamp - for a tournament in the Caribbean.
I once fell asleep under a sun lamp and had to go to hospital because I had third degree burns.
I have developed an acute case of SAD syndrome and can't bear to be parted from my sun lamp.
Vinnie Jones pointed out that IS pounds 80 a month - and when Vinnie corrects your arithmetic, you know you're spending too much time under the sun lamp.