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  • v. Present participle of overlight.

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Examples

  • The intent was to establish outdoor lighting standards that reduce the impact of glare, light trespass and overlighting and to promote safety and energy conservation. ...

    More U.S. cities dimming the lights

  • Fourth, until either the direct use of solar energy becomes a general convenience or controlled fusion is achieved, all waste of energy – by overheating, overcooling, overspeeding, overlighting, et cetera – should be carefully avoided, and if necessary, strictly regulated.

    Energy and economic myths (historical)

  • It takes overlighting and bad make-up men to reveal, unequivocally, the stitches of age.

    film flam

  • The danger to good decoration is not only in overlighting, but in overdecorating, and commercialism naturally encourages this tendency.

    Color Value

  • If the vicious overlighting is intended to offset the dismal atmosphere, it hints only at a Lubyanka interrogation cell.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Unmotivated color correction -- for no other reason than to give your movie the sheen of a commercial -- is a pest, just as much as overlighting an entire movie (the way Spielberg's collaboration with DP Janusz Kaminski means nearly all of his movies have ridiculous amounts of flare now).

    IFC.com - Indie Eye

  • The intent was to establish outdoor lighting standards that reduce the impact of glare, light trespass and overlighting and to promote safety and energy conservation.

    USATODAY.com News

  • With the harsh overlighting lypical of such product, we see two white women and a young black man in a nondescript bedroom.

    In The Company Of Glenn

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