Light

Electromagnetic radiation visible to human eye; also applied to invisible near infrared radiation that carries signals in most optical fibre systems.

Light

Electromagnetic radiation in the neighborhood of 1 nanometer wavelength.

Light

[Music for Pleasure song] `Light` is a single by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1982. ==Track listing== All songs written and composed by Mark Copson, Christopher Oldroyd, Ivor Roberts and David Whitaker. === Polydor 7` Single: POSP 533 === === Polydor 12` Single: POSPX 533 === ==Personnel== ==Production== ...
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light

Electromagnetic radiation that is visible to the eye.
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Light

Glazing; component part of window, divided by mullions and transoms.
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light

Electromagnetic radiation that is visible to the human eye.
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Light

Refers to wines light in alcohol but also to texture and weight, how the wine feels in the mouth. Lightness is appropriate in some wines, a defect in others.
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light

[adj] - less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so 2. [adj] - having little importance 3. [adj] - intended primarily as entertainment 4. [adj] - having a spongy or flaky texture 5. [adj] - of the military or industry 6. [adj] - moving easily and quickly 7. [adj] - of little intensity or power ...
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Light

component part of window, divided by mullions and transoms
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Light

A window opening.
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Light

Visible electromagnetic radiation which directly causes visual sensation. The conventional wavelength limits of light are 380nm to 760nm.
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Light

A low alcohol wine, not much body
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Light

A point or volume that emits light onto a 3D object. Types of light supported within 3D packages include Point lights, which emit light in all directions from a single point; Spot lights, which emit light in a cone; Distant or Directional lights, which emit light rays in parallel, illuminating all surfaces within a scene; and Area lights, which emi...
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Light

The electromagnetic radiation that our eyes are designed to detect at frequencies between those of infrared and ultraviolet. Between approximately 385 and 750 TeraHertz, ie at frequencies between approximately 385,000,000,000,000Hz and 750,000,000,000,000Hz. These frequencies have wavelengths of approximately 0.0077millimetre and 0.00390millimetre...
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Light

Electromagnetic radiation that is visible to the unaided human eye.
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Light

Subdivision of a window - fixed or opening. Opening light can be top or side hung
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Light

Subdivision of a window; it may be either opening or fixed. Opening lights can be side or top hung.
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Light

Radiation with wavelengths which can be perceived by the eyes of animals. For humans this wavelength range is generally considered to be 400 to 700 nm. Absorption by the human lens provides a fairly sharp cutoff at 400 nm, but radiation with wavelengths as long as 1000 nm can be perceived as light if the intensity is high enough relative to the bac...
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light

The visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. White light is a combination of all the above colours
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Light

Space in a window sash for a single pane of glass. Also, a pane of glass.
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Light

A vertical division of a window.
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Light

Light (līt) noun [ Middle English light , liht , Anglo-Saxon leóht ; akin to Old Saxon lioht , D. & German licht , Old High German lioht , Goth. liuhaþ , Icelandic ljōs , Latin lux light, lucere to shine, Gr...
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Light

Light (līt) adjective [ Anglo-Saxon leóht . See Light , noun ] [ Compar . Lighter (-ẽr); superl . Lightest .] 1. Having light; not dark or obscure; bright; clear; as, the apartm...
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Light

Light transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lighted (-ĕd) or Lit (lĭt); present participle & verbal noun Lighting .] [ Anglo-Saxon lȳhtan , līhtan , to shine. √122. See L...
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Light

Light intransitive verb 1. To become ignited; to take fire; as, the match will not light . 2. To be illuminated; to receive light; to brighten; -- with up ; as, the room lights up very well.
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