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yellow light

An indication to slow down, likened to a yellow traffic light, which means slow down, proceed with caution, or prepare to stop. I would not ask her out yet, dude—she was totally giving you the yellow light. Sally took the comments from her teacher as a yellow light not to push for extra credit just yet.
See also: light, yellow
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One hundred participants formed in the study for visual shade marching under day light and yellow light and they were divided into five groups of 20 each, were randomly selected included male and female participants.
Remember, the shots were taken under yellow lights and hence we were expecting the yellow tones to reflect on the greens.
Finally, mirrors direct the left and right yellow light beams together and toward a camera (the red photons are tossed out).
One would be missing the background mystery and romance surrounding protagonist Dan Pittman's life, making the opening chapter of Yellow Light less powerful than for those with such familiarity, who will instantly recognize the dilemma involved when Dan receives a mysterious package from a former lover: "Why would she write to me now?
Regensburg, Germany-based Osram Opto Semiconductors has moved its fabrication of red, orange and yellow light emitting diodes (LEDs) to 6-inch wafers.
In return, consumers will be required to hand over two used and working Incandescent Lamps (ICLs) or yellow light bulbs of 40, 60 or 100 watts and fulfil the requirements mentioned in the CFL voucher printed in the monthly electricity bills.
because water absorbs more red and yellow light than blue light.
Music of the Night OH lord above if you be true All I ever ask of you Give to me the music of the night Beneath the moon's bright yellow light All nature was in harmony Nature's pure and perfect symphony For this was the music of the night Enhanced by the moon's pure light An owl cried out to whit to woo In birdy language, I love you A bullfrog called out from a pond To his soulmate way beyond All nature was in harmony For this was nature's symphony The stars they shone way up high Like a million candles in the sky Nature's music, oh so sweet No violin could ever compete Night music all around the land As a waving branch conducted the band The tinkle of a ripping brook Beauty surrounds me as I look The gentle lowing of a coin Wonderful nature take a bow RAY SPOORS, Winlaton, Gateshead
Wake up to a flooding yellow light on a sunny day," said the designers, "or below a real cloud on that overcast winter morning.
Footage from his own car appears to show Vettel failed to respect three yellow "no overtaking" lights, as he roared past Red Bull stablemate Jean-Eric Vergne in the rain, and another yellow light in his cockpit.
A few moments later, it was hit by a car which, according to police, had crossed during a yellow light.
These lenses block out yellow light at 580 nanometers on the light spectrum, creating excellent clarity, efficient polarization and sharp color enhancement.
The HAWK signal begins with a flashing yellow light that warns motorists approaching the crosswalk to slow down.
I played a little game called yellow light training (YLT).