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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.
That's why I'm 18 stone." Or the chap who was caught in an extra terrestrial beam of light and came out in the sort of skin rash you might get if you spent too long under a sun lamp. Or maybe he had spent too long under a sun lamp.
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.
HE may spend too much time under the sun lamp, but David Dickinson does seem to know a thing or two about antiques.
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.
She says: "I'm not a sun worshipper and I have never been under a sun lamp. I have had occasional holidays in the sun when I was younger, but compared to a lot of people, I really haven't had excessive sun exposure.
"I have developed an acute case of SAD syndrome and can't bear to be parted from my sun lamp."