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  • Where I live yellow (static) reflectors in the spokes and luminiscent (sp?) are allowed (or probably even a must).

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - PacMan Bike Mod

  • The luminiscent coating being spread over the internal surface of the fluorescent lamp turns to a glowing light due to the ultraviolet radiation being generated in the fluorescent lamp.

    5. Fundamentals of installation engineering

  • On the table where towels and basin had rested last night her eye encountered white dishes that gleamed like pale bone, luminiscent in the moonlight.

    River Of Desire

  • Then I looked a third time, and discovered that the animated electro-luminiscent graphic EQ included in its label didn't actually respond to the DJ's antics.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • The former is the more otherworldly of the two, accelerating as vibrantly as the luminiscent chemical in which it is named, while the latter, which is balladlike in the folk sense of the word, is vaguely reminiscent of Neil Young.

    IvyGate

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