- n. Plural form of bulb.
“These subterranean palaces and vaulted cloisters, which we call bulbs, are no more roots than the blade of grass is a root, in which the ear of corn forms before it shoots up.”
“The phase-out of inefficient bulbs is gradual — the 60-watt incandescent, the most commonly used bulb, can be sold until 2014.”
“Installation of these high-tech LED light bulbs is easy.”
“Update At Get Energy Smart, A. Siegel relates how Will's new discussion of compact fluorescent light bulbs is riddled with errors and misinformation.”
“The working team claims that the heat of the bulbs is weak and does not affect the temple.”
“Kunst says one of his favorite bulbs is Dutchman's breeches (Dicentra cucullaria), which was introduced to him by his first-grade teacher.”
“Remove the white bulbs from the green onion stalks.”
“I bring Mogul bulbs from the USA as they are unavailable here, and use either a variable transformer or voltage regulator to step the voltage down if I am in an environment of 130 volts or higher.”
“Apparently, this particular brand will often arrive broken and getting replacements for its bulbs is also a huge hassle.”
“The problem with the bulbs is that they'll break before they get to the landfill.”
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