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1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. I began to feel a little light along about the fourth beer.
2. n. an eye. (Crude. Usually plural.) You want I should poke your lights out?
3. n. a police car. A couple of lights turned the corner just as the robbers were pulling away.
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Potential licensees in the trucking accessories industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Lighted Bracket on a worldwide basis.
Turning the telescope light down or off (akin to turning off the OR lights when confirming frontal or maxillary sinus lighted guide wire entry) can accentuate the glow of the transilluminated sphenoid sinus.
Leading this lighted charge is a company that has undoubtedly accounted for more innovations in the lighted-nock realm than anyone else--Burt Coyote.
TEK products, the lighted handrail system increases safety because the railing is lit at all times.
65 condenser, a disc diaphragm with five annuli, cord hangers, color-coded coaxial focusing knobs, a lighted on/off power switch, an "Ultra Lite" illuminator and a one-piece field condenser housing/base.
TWO teenage boys accidentally started a loft fire in Coventry when they went exploring with lighted candles.
The 40,000-watt sign, which measures 30 feet high and 338 feet wide, was usually lighted for eight hours per day and the carrier is expecting to save nearly USD30,000 over the next year by switching it off according to a company statement.
The $3,000,000 renovation included a new facade and windows, beautiful entryways with glass canopies, signage, lighted parking areas, landscaping, and remodeled public corridors.
Driven by the need to provide air mail in the early days of aviation, the first lighting was in the form of lighted beacons provided by burning tar barrels or hay bales spaced about 10 miles apart, which made a path for the pilot to follow.
Safety chiefs last night warned people to be careful with lighted candles as they looked set to become the symbol for the nation's grief.
Through its Lighted Schools program, middle school students can participate in a wide range of after-school activities, including recreational sports, cultural enrichment, and career exploration.
In this procedure, tiny incisions are made in the chest wall, and a small lighted tube (endoscope) is inserted so that the interior of the lung can be viewed, and small pieces of tissue are removed.
The couples, dressed in red shirts and pants, stuck close in lighted squares, their bodies creating shapes and sequences that made them appear as a unit.
This article presents the results of a research study that integrated accident, roadway, and traffic volume data from many sources to compare the safety of continuously lighted urban freeways and urban freeways with interchange lighting only.
Imagine an entire forest lighted with the dazzle and joy of a family Christmas tree.