from The Century Dictionary.
- Light; open.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Proponents say that Strawberry Creek will be partially "daylighted" or excavated from underground storm drains which currently bury it for people to enjoy and learn about creek ecology and the regional watershed, though the original creekbed of Strawberry Creek, which is open on the UC Berkeley campus to the east, runs a block south of Center Street
Unlike some parts of the creek it has remained "daylighted," flowing in its traditional streambed.
For years city rules mandated that the creek be "daylighted" as part of any expansion project.
'L.A. Confidential' (1997) The LAPD of director Curtis Hanson's daylighted noir (with spectacularly subtle cinematography by Dante Spinotti) is a big, big barrel of bad apples, in this adaptation of the James Ellroy novel, scripted by Mr. Hanson and Brian Helgeland ("Mystic River").
Earlier this month, we daylighted a CDC report that showed perchlorate contamination in infant formula.
Actually, the creek, while it is being daylighted, is a compromise between environmental groups and the builders.
The new polls are consistent with other polls over the past few months showing unease with the "big brother" stories that have daylighted recently.
Instead they have it designated as a “channel” which means it gets daylighted but they can develop all they want around it.
When I died to this world, at the age of sixteen, I never looked on a daylighted street again, not in Florence or anywhere.
The same afternoon we daylighted the anchor, mastheaded the sails, crested the briny wave like a Yankee sea-serpent, and on the second day let go no fool of a piece of crooked iron off dirty Deptford.