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- adjective Not
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- adjective not set afire or burning
- adjective without illumination
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At the beginning, the altar has no cloths on it, and the candles remain unlit as a sign of mourning.
A number of different companies are pursuing this technology, which not only offers a more pleasant quality of indoor light, but has health benefits for people who must live and work in unlit spaces, and can be paired with solar panels to make it energy-smart and fossil fuel-free.
Also, without going to the lengths of hanging about in unlit bathrooms, I am not that much less curious than I imagine Webb to be to know what he and Mrs Webb get up to together.
There are many obstacles out there, both above the water, such as unlit fishing boats, but also in the water that we have to look out for. '
'unlit' firework and peer into the top to see why it hasn't gone off, thus averting serious injury.
Be a love beam that shines on the darkness of unlit souls.
Now "discovered" by lovers of untouched modernist bars, for years the Cafè del Centre – which looks like the unlit set of a Toulouse-Lautrec biopic – was one of the best-kept secrets of the Eixample district.
Save for a worktable placed almost exactly in the center of the floor, I see only a few benches, some unlit rush lamps, a large set of scales, and a wooden crate, which I discover upon examination contains small crystal vials waiting to be filled.
As we walked into the orphanage on Wednesday, June 1, I immediately saw the unlit atrium set up with chairs where the caretakers had been seated, 13 years ago.
Royce Ash-ford had quit smoking years ago and dangled unlit stogies from his lips.