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fluorescent-lit

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  • A PERFECT DAY! in fact, for sitting in a windowless fluorescent-lit box, cracked out on antihistamines and three shots of espresso, staring at a computer screen!

    We Love You!

  • The fluorescent-lit cafés on Aliyarbeyov Street are stocked with Russian vodka and French cognac, and the Turkish Salon, on Fountain Square, offers, among other things, tattoos, piercings, astrological forecasts, and “full-body massage.”

    The Tijuana of the Caspian

  • "It can be said that in Tohoku's current condition this is not a time to be drinking sake, but if we continue like this it will bring a second wave of economic hardship," said Mr. Kosuke, in the message recorded in a fluorescent-lit room.

    Japanese Urged to Spend Again

  • She takes me into this big fluorescent-lit room and tells me to lie down on this tin table.

    The Weak Force

  • On a recent Wednesday evening, 10 women and three men sat in a circle holding hands in a fluorescent-lit back room of a Midtown conference center.

    This Way to the Séance

  • It occurred to me right then that no, in fact, "seeing the anatomy lab" would be nothing like his visit to my bland, fluorescent-lit non-profit headquarters in Washington.

    Michael O'Loughlin: Epiphany By Anatomy: How Seeing a Dead Body Helped Me Understand Life

  • Most New Yorkers know 47th Street, the main thoroughfare of the Diamond District, a micro community of storefronts with fluorescent-lit window displays overflowing in diamonds, gold and gemstones.

    Changing Facets of the Diamond District

  • Inside the fluorescent-lit Room 2 sat a pale lady and two bespectacled, middle-age gentlemen—an Asian man with a curling, carnival-barker mustache and a bald man with a bulbous nose.

    Friendship by the Hour

  • But all day long, fear was inescapable in the fluorescent-lit meeting hall of the Long Island mosque.

    Long Island Muslims fear their congressman's hearings could flame Islamophobia

  • Back in the fluorescent-lit visitors 'room Teasha told a story about gangs and their street clothes.

    Mary Plummer: Meghan Loves to Color

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