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- n. Plural form of droplight.
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The girl ordnance officer, Sachiko Koremitsu, between two droplights at the other end of the table, her head bent over her work.
In the big library Wolf was instantly absorbed, but for awhile Norma sat watching the shabby, interested, intelligent men and women who came and went, the shabby books that crossed the counters, the pretty, efficient desk-clerks under their green droplights.
In walls, towers, queer gap terraces, -- giving lovely glimpses of the Rhine, -- court, outside stairways of iron, fine old Knights 'Hall -- its huge fire-place, and its center droplights of lamps fitted into buckhorns -- and curious armor, Cooper found additional material for his prolific pen.
The space feels smaller and more intimate; the droplights soften the green walls and bathe the tables in a glow that invites softer conversation.
In walls, towers, queer gap terraces, ” giving lovely glimpses of the Rhine, ” court, outside stairways of iron, fine old Knights 'Hall ” its huge fire-place, and its center droplights of lamps fitted into buckhorns ” and curious armor,