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  • n. Plural form of streetlight.


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  • You wouldn't expect Los Angeles to combine efforts with the city of Oceanside to put in streetlights -- they're two separate demographic and geographic entities.

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  • The walk back from there is silent, devoid even of newly-written songs in your head, and the way rain-specks waltz down towards you if you look up at the streetlights is a reflection of how God might look if he exists.

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  • The streetlights are a blur and i'm loving the car but wondering if it's all surreal.

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  • The city will turn off 8,000 to 10,000 streetlights, which is about 30 percent of the streetlights in Colorado Springs.

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  • Unfortunately, earthly light sources such as streetlights and candles cause the moths to spiral inward to their deaths.

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  • Municipal services were continuing as normal with the aid of contract workers, Matolong said, although some smaller services such as streetlights maintenance were slower than usual.

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  • Existing vertical elements in the town right-of-way, such as streetlights and traffic signals, will be used for the antenna installations where possible, according to the statement of direction. | news

  • Hueso said he'll run on his reputation as a consensus builder and being able to deliver projects - such as streetlights, free clinics and improved parks - to his council district.

  • HID lamps are used for large area illuminations such as streetlights, parking garages, airports, shopping malls, and convention halls.


  • "streetlights" when the leaves fall off the trees?

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