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  • He tags his own dancing onto the song's ending before disappearing with the lighting's fading brightness.

    Earthly Figures in the Clouds

  • The Dutch maker of medical scanners, shavers and lighting's profit in the year-earlier quarter ended Sept. 30 was 176 million euros.

    Business Watch

  • On the wide screen of Theater 7 in New York's Union Square Stadium 14, for an overflow audience from Theater 5, the NYCB performance shimmered under the cameras' eyes and in the stage lighting's glow.

    Matchsticks No More

  • And the rich fixtures from New York lighting-design firm Roll & Hill evoke a nostalgia for lighting's industrial roots.

    Timeless Classics

  • "The hair's not done, the makeup's not done, the lighting's not done," she said.

    Vampire Weekend album cover Contra-versy continues

  • The walls are cinder block, the carpeting is industrial, the lighting's fluorescent, but the room is filled with music and life.

    The Tanglewood Festival Chorus Turns 40

  • Although the lighting's not really good enough when I'm explaining the power rail, here's a quick video tour:

    Snell-Pym » The workshop’s getting there

  • Will they ever come back to see us again after working 8-hour days in the fields, amid mud, beneath the wet sky, racing against lighting's specter on high?

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Lovely picture - the lighting's very effective, with the tower tops making it out of shade at roughly eyeline with the buildings on the other side of the river.

    The World Trade Center site at dawn.

  • The lighting's a bit unsaturated, like a horror movie.

    I have a new show


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