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“This lighting, commonly called black-light, allows people to see hidden elements in his work.”
“I found a couple of nice pics on the Conan forum from a collector showcasing his vintage black-light Conan poster and a sweet Conan belt buckle that I had never seen before!”
“You could always spend the weekend playing a little black-light mini-golf, volleyball or going rock climbing indoors.”
“-- I was going to open with something smart-alecky like "now I feel like taking a few deep, cleansing breaths," or maybe a comparison to one of those black-light posters from the '70s.”
“This black-light skeleton tattoo is tufneltastically great.”
“It is some years since I was railway modelling, and a few more years than that since I worked in N scale, and I have never thought of your clever black-light idea.”
“Lisbeth 1 was black-light incandescence, burning with focused anger.”
“We rarely have the chance to explore a traditional form of puppetry so completely," said Ms. DeCola, whose past projects include "Animal Farm: The Musical," Nickelodeon's "Lazy Town," and the black-light puppets for the musical "ImaginOcean.”
“The final four who will vie for $1 million on next week's finale are 10-year-old opera-singing prodigy Jackie Evancho, a black-light illusion dance group of Virginia Tech fraternity brothers called Fighting Gravity, soulful singer and musician Michael Grimm, and baroque dandy opera singer known as Prince Poppycock.”
“On America's Got Talent, the final four vied for $1 million on the Season 5 finale: 10-year-old opera-singing prodigy Jackie Evancho, black-light illusion dance group Fighting Gravity, soulful singer/musician Michael Grimm and baroque dandy opera singer Prince Poppycock.”
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