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One of the most interesting section is surely the Lighting and Lamps one: more than 40 different brands, thousand of products from desk lamps to torchieres and so on are available for you at unbeatable price.
The dwelling toward which he was being "escorted," for the two larger guards had not yet released their grip on him, was a low, rambling place that was itself star-spotted with light, some harsh and artificial but the rest a warm amber glow of live-flame torchieres.
Designer lighting fixtures and lamps: pendant lighting, ceiling lights, wall sconces, landscape lighting; table lamps, floor lamps, and torchieres in …
In the front gallery are most of the older generation artists: Diane Hansen with her ornately baroque glass torchieres; Lynn di Nino's deeply disturbing shower curtain hung with mugshots and descriptions of local sex offenders, a kind of self-imposed "Psycho;" three detailed miniatures from shed-painter Jeremy Mangan (at 35, he's in the middle, age-wise);
Nicolson, it included tall sunburst torchieres by Tony Duquette for Baker, a Macassar ebony dining table by Councill Furniture, and an abstract oil painting by Joanne Landis.
Four 60-inch wreaths suspended with silk cord hang behind antique torchieres complementing mantel garlands.
The rule promulgates test procedures and definitions for the following items as required by EPAct 2005: fluorescent lamp ballasts; ceiling fans and ceiling fan light kits; illuminated exit signs; torchieres; low-voltage dry-type distribution transformers; traffic signal modules and pedestrian modules; unit heaters; medium base compact fluorescent lamps; dehumidifiers; commercial prerinse spray valves; mercury vapor lamp ballasts; commercial package air conditioning and heating equipment; commercial refrigerators, freezers, and refrigerator-freezers; automatic commercial ice makers; and commercial clothes washers.
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