Lights

The lungs

LIGHTS

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Lights

• (n. pl.) The lungs of an animal or bird; -- sometimes coarsely applied to the lungs of a human being.
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Lights

(abbr.) Standard Missile Launchers and variations.
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Lights

[offal] Lights are the lungs of game or livestock as used in cooking and butchery. Although technically offal, lights are rarely used in English-speaking culinary traditions, with the exception of the Scottish national dish haggis. In Malaysia, slices of beef lights (paru, literally `lung` in Malay) are coated in flour and turmeric powder, ...
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Lights

Lights (līts) noun plural [ So called from their lightness .] The lungs of an animal or bird; -- sometimes coarsely applied to the lungs of a human being.
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Lights

An ancient term used for the Sun and the Moon.
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Lights

An old term for the Sun and Moon; the Sun is the Greater Light, the Moon the Lesser Light.
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Lights

In architecture, lights is the name given to the openings between the mullions of a window, screen, etc, sometimes corruptly called days or bays.
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Lights

Lights is British slang for the senses.
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Lights

Table or floor lamps can be used to stimulate Yang energy and can be placed anywhere in the home to energize an area such as on a table or in a dark corner of a room. The only thing to be wary of is the brilliance or harshness of the light emitted. A soft, warm glow is ideal.
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lights

the major sub-divisions of the glazed area of a window
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