from The Century Dictionary.

  • Two or more lights, generally in lighthouses, so placed that when kept in line a fair course can be made through a channel: where two channels meet, the bringing of two range-lights into line serves to mark lite turning-point into the new channel.
  • Lights placed aboard ship at a considerable horizontal distance from each other, and in the same vertical plane with the keel.


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