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light into

v.
To attack someone or something verbally or physically; assail someone or something: The two movie stars lit into the reporters for following them around.
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Inside the building, bundles of fibers feed their light into solid acrylic rods.
was founded in 1990 to develop and market products that capitalize on patented technology for collecting and launching of high-intensity light into single or multiple targets in medical, architectural, commercial and industrial applications.
White light is made up of all colors of the rainbow, a property you can discover yourself by shining white light into a prism, a triangular crystal that refracts (bends) white light rays into a spectrum, or range of all colors (see diagram below).
The invention of the arc lamp in 1846 brought electric light into the theater for special effects; Thomas Edison's 1879 incandescent light bulb opened up the field of experimentation, in lighting design for theater and dance.
The Aeon products bring the newly developed, virtually heatless light into the home for use in closets, cabinet interiors and under cabinet lighting for kitchen counters.
That coating, called a phosphor, contains rare earth atoms that convert some of the blue light into yellow.