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light and then
Then the darkness thinned, and there was light again, and then bright sunlight.
In the dim underwater light they dressed and straightened up the room, and then they went across the hall to the kitchen.
She went into the living room and turned on three lamps, then back into the kitchen where she turned on the ceiling light and the switch that lit the floods on the barn, illuminating the driveway.
The video signal is amplified and then switched, in synchronism with the three ultraviolet light sources which are sequenced by the rotating mirror so that during one-twentieth of a second only one wavelength, corresponding to red, green, or blue, is seen.
Without further discussion he appeared the next morning with a pile of boards sticking over the end of his light truck and proceeded with the paneling, which he then stained and waxed according to his taste.
With these gadgets -- impressive to the gullible because of their flashing light bulbs, ticks, and buzzes -- he then carries out a vicious medical con game, capitalizing on people's respect for the electrical and atomic wonders of our scientific age.
A second scene flashed before his mind, the interior of the garage at the new house and the young Bartlett girl turning startled to meet him, the dim dark and the sudden confusion and fear and then the brightness as Mae had clicked on the light.
He paused on the landing to steady his breathing and then bent to examine the single door by the light of the weak bulb overhead.
I'll pull the boards back and then get us a light.
But, up to now, no one has attempted to analyze its inherent mathematical properties, or the numerical significance of its numbers -- singly or in combination -- and then tried to consider these in the light of Old Chinese cosmological concepts.
* Lit as the past tense of light is more common than lighted in the UK ; American English uses lit to mean " set afire " / " kindled " / " made to emit light " but lighted to mean " cast light upon " ( e. g., " The stagehand lighted the set and then lit a cigarette .").
For the simple case where the direction of the light beam along the line SE is perpendicular to the motion of the observer then only light emitted at an angle equal to the arc cosine of the ratio of the observer's speed to the speed of light will reach the telescope.
To evaluate the probability of a hypothesis, the Bayesian probabilist specifies some prior probability, which is then updated in the light of new, relevant data.
He then goes on to reveal that Diet Coke is " liquid light ".
Pupil reaction to light is important because it shows an intact retina, and cranial nerve number 2 ( CN II ); if pupils are reactive to light, then that also indicates that the cranial nerve number 3 ( CN III ) ( or at least its parasympathetic fibers ) are intact.
Utilitarianism, in answering this charge, must show either that what is apparently immoral is not really so or that, if it really is so, then closer examination of the consequences will bring this fact to light.
This darkened pattern is then detected using light microscopy.
In light of the Big Bang theory, a stylized version of argument has emerged ( sometimes called the Kalam cosmological argument, the following form of which was created by Al-Gazali and then strongly supported by William Lane Craig ):
Once the ray either encounters a light source, or more probably once a set limiting number of bounces has been evaluated, then the surface illumination at that final point is evaluated using techniques described above, and the changes along the way through the various bounces evaluated to estimate a value observed at the point of view.
Even then light cavalry remained an indispensable tool for scouting, screening the army's movements, and harassing the enemy's supply lines until military aircraft supplanted them in this role in the early stages of World War I.

light and passed
The photochemical reaction cells consisted of 10 mm. i.d. Pyrex tubing, 5.5 cm. long, diffraction effects being minimized by the fact that the light passed through only liquid-glass interfaces and not gas-glass interfaces.
So as the years passed, I saw them each time in the light of an accelerated personal conflagration.
When the light from a heated material was passed through a prism, it produced a multi-colored spectrum.
This is totally spurious, since no matter who measured first the other will measure the opposite spin despite the fact that ( in theory ) the other has a 50 % ' probability ' ( 50: 50 chance ) of measuring the same spin, unless data about the first spin measurement has somehow passed faster than light ( of course TI gets around the light speed limit by having information travel backwards in time instead ).
In 1838, Michael Faraday passed a current through a rarefied air filled glass tube and noticed a strange light arc with its beginning at the cathode ( negative electrode ) and its end almost at the anode ( positive electrode ).
Earlier dragoon responsibilities for scouting and picket duty had passed to hussars and similar light cavalry corps in the French, Austrian, Prussian, and other armies.
Some researchers have taken up speculative views, such as Jerzy Strzelczyk, who assumed that in the light of contemporary concepts and habits of marriage of that time ( when as a rule marriages were contracted with teenage girls ) is assumed that Dobrawa had passed her early youth, so, it's probable that she was in her late teens or twenties.
In general, a single wavelength is required for proper analysis, so, in order to selectively filter the light, it is passed through an excitation monochromator, and then that chosen wavelength is passed through the sample cell.
This twisted phase reorients light that has passed through the first polarizer, allowing its transmission through the second polarizer ( and reflected back to the observer if a reflector is provided ).
Round observed light emission when electric current passed through silicon carbide crystals, the principle behind the light emitting diode.
The Guruship was consecutively passed down to nine other Gurus, who were stated to have the divine light of God with them.
Through this harbour passed all the goods to or from Rome, but all the cargo was carried by small and light ships directed to Olbia ( some 50 Kilometers north ), where bigger ships would have trafficked with Ostia.
A simple example is an experiment due to Young where light is passed through two slits.
As shown in the figure, light is passed through two slits and shines on a screen.
The person honored by being allowed to light the herb says a short sentence beforehand, and the ganja is passed in a clockwise fashion except in times of war when it is passed counterclockwise, it is used to reason with Jah.
In 1922 the newly discovered Protoceratops was seen as its ancestor by Henry Fairfield Osborn, but many decades passed before additional findings came to light.
* Electroluminescence — The phenomenon where a material emits light in response to an electric current passed through it, or to a strong electric field.
If a significant amount of the light passed through the sample contains wavelengths that have much lower extinction coefficients than the nominal one, the instrument will report an incorrectly low absorbance.
SCIAMACHY ( SCanning Imaging Absorption spectroMeter for Atmospheric CHartographY ) compares light coming from the sun to light reflected by the Earth, which provides information on the atmosphere through which the Earth-reflected light has passed.

light and through
The moon had sunk below the black crest of the mountains and the land, seen through eyes that had grown accustomed to the absence of light, looked primeval, as if no man had ever trespassed before.
He fled through the door and down the steps, running, and the men grunted and followed, pushing Lester to one side where he backed against the wall with the sleeve of his jacket raised before his eyes to shut out the light.
The glow of the fire reached through the openings in the windows, giving light enough to examine Mike's wound.
This light did not penetrate very far back into the hall, and my eyes were hindered rather than aided by the dim daylight entering through the fan vents when I tried to pick out whatever might be lying, or squatting, on the floor below.
All he had to do was light the fuses of the dynamite sticks, run to within ten yards of an open window in the barn and hurl the sticks through.
wept day and night for the sins and blindness of the world had a long walk through the trees and woods by his house, where he constantly walked morning and evening, and even in the depths of the night, alone by himself, for contemplation and the enjoyment of the dispensation of light.
Goethe asks in Wilhelm Meister whether we know the land where the lemon trees flower, and the light of the Mediterranean glows through Torquato Tasso and the Roman Elegies.
It was with the assistance of one of the members of this expedition, Lauritz Esmarch, that Oersted succeeded in producing light by creating an electric discharge in mercury vapor through which an electric current was made to flow.
The round cells were reproducibly positioned in the light beam which entered the thermostated mineral oil-bath through a window.
The light beam from the lamp was filtered through a half-standard thickness Corning 1840 filter.
The second walk through the heart of Rome should be taken after lunch, so that you will reach the Pincian Hill when the soft light of the late afternoon is at its best.
The light shining through the grille dimly illumined the office beyond -- enough for him to see there was no one there.
The stranger, his head seemingly sunk in thought, started to cross the street against the light just as a huge moving van roared through the intersection.
he'd hung another half of a blanket over the boarded window so no light would show through.
Make sure that the metal tube through which the wire passes is in the shape of an inverted `` L '', the foot of the `` L '' about three inches long, so that the puppet can hang directly under the light.
I did notice a twinkle of light from the big house through the woods but as I had left a light on in my own house because of the fog I assumed Mrs. Salter had done the same before she left for town.
He leafed through the light reading provided by Mrs. Kirby for her guests: four separate adventures of the Bobbsey Twins ( At the Seashore, At the Mountains, On the Farm, and In Danger ) and several agricultural bulletins on the treatment of hoof-and-mouth disease in cattle, hideously illustrated.
Mike liked having light up through the ripples ; ;
Most eggs contain the pigment melanin which raises their temperature through the absorption of light and also protects them against ultraviolet radiation.
) An example of anisotropy is the light coming through a polarizer.
Hume shows that even light skepticism leads to crushing doubts about the world which-while they ultimately are philosophically justifiable-may only be combated through the non-philosophical adherence to custom or habit.
St. Bonaventure ’ s “ Retracing the Arts to Theology ”, a primary example of this method, discusses the skills of the artisan as gifts given by God for the purpose of disclosing God to mankind, which purpose is achieved through four lights: the light of skill in mechanical arts which discloses the world of artifacts ; which light is guided by the light of sense perception which discloses the world of natural forms ; which light, consequently, is guided by the light of philosophy which discloses the world of intellectual truth ; finally, this light is guided by the light of divine wisdom which discloses the world of saving truth.

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