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(Compact Source Iodine) A type of high intensity discharge lamp, cannot be dimmed electrically. (UK)

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Compact Source Iodide: a type of discharge lamp, usually used in follow-spots, which, although very small (often no bigger than a finger nail), gives a very bright, white light. A 2K CSI lamp will give the same power as a 5K tungsten. These are, needless to say, very expensive.
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<abbreviation> Calculus Surface Index. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Cesium Iodide Molar mass: 259.80992
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Compression Sense Ignition
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Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for Calculus Surface Index.
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[video games] The CSI franchise has been the basis of a number of video games. A total of nine games based upon the Las Vegas team have been created. Three games based around the spin-off series CSI: Miami and one for the CSI: NY series have also been created. 369 Interactive developed the CSI games until 2004, but since then Telltale Games...
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[novels] The ``CSI`` novels are novels that tie-in with the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, and CSI: NY television shows. They have been published from 2001 to the present day. They are all released by Pocket Books and have been written by a range of notable authors including Max Allan Collins (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), D...
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[franchise] CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) is a media franchise of American television programs created by Anthony E. Zuiker and originally broadcast on CBS, all of which deal with forensic scientists as they unveil the circumstances behind mysterious and unusual deaths and crimes committed. The original series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigat...
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Crime Scene Investigator
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Compact Source Iodide: a type of discharge lamp, usually used in follow-spots, which, although very small (often no bigger than a finger nail), gives a very bright, white light. A 2K CSI lamp will give the same power as a 5K tungsten. These are, needless to say, very expensive.
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Crime Scene Investigation
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