- v. Simple past tense and past participle of daylight.
“As you move into the floor plan, you have a huge café area with small banquet tables, expandable conference rooms, fitness center with nice locker rooms, a health clinic," says Rocky Mountain Institute's RMI Nicole LeClaire as she gestures toward a large daylit space on the second floor of the Byron Rogers Federal Office Building recently during the ground breaking ceremony for the retrofit of the building.”
“Pre-dynastic sculptures occupy the tall and magnificently daylit Ruskin Gallery previously occupied by the museum's shop, although in the late 19th century it was home to John Ruskin's School of Drawing and Fine Art.”
“As I spoke, I watched the vertical blinds that closed us off from the daylit world, their color that of fingers on a flashlight lens.”
“Designed by James Carpenter of New York, the scheme thoughtfully reorganizes an existing complex, with three serene new glass pavilions for amenities, and a cool, daylit passageway to lead people through a garden to the renovated museum.”
“Anyway, that was pretty much the excitement that was the daylit portion of yesterday.”
“Near the bottom of the image was the limb of a partially daylit planet, a green world that looked like so many of the colonies the Gorn Hegemony had established on environmentally compatible worlds throughout nine adjacent and nonadjacent sectors of space.”
“I was traveling somewhere under a daylit sky, shadowed by clouds and by birds flying overhead.”
“When daylight saving time is new, the daylit evening is forever, and you can do so much.”
“The new construction provides superior research and teaching facilities with daylit offices on single loaded corridors with views.”
“Coming into a lit lodge from the daylit snow, it is dark; coming into the same lodge at night, it is light.”
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