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Synonyms for lighting

the act of physically illuminating or the condition of being filled with light

Synonyms for lighting

having abundant light or illumination

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apparatus for supplying artificial light effects for the stage or a film

the craft of providing artificial light

the act of setting something on fire

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A study of mice given identical diets found those exposed to artificial light for longer piled on the pounds.
Researcher Sander Kooijman said: "The increasing prevalence of obesity is associated with a disrupted sleep-wake pattern in humans and coincides with the availability of artificial light.
University researchers light can sea clog The experts from Bangor University say measures must be taken to combat the Dr Tom Davies, a former Bangor PhD student who is now at the University of Exeter's Environment and Sustainability Institute, said: "We know that artificial light at night alters the behaviour of many marine animals, but this is the first study to show that it can disrupt the development of ecological communities in the marine environment.
A colour can look different in natural light and artificial light, and even in different types of artificial light.
Researchers found that nurses who had access to natural light experienced significantly lower blood pressure, communicated more often with co-workers, laughed more and served their patients in better moods than nurses who only had exposure to large doses of artificial light.
The Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos) is primarily insectivorous when breeding and occurs in a variety of habitats that vary in artificial light levels.
When E was higher than a threshold 500 lux, it was considered high enough not to require artificial lighting, and then the artificial light is turned off.
Artificial light provides valuable benefits to society, including extending opportunities for sport and recreation, and can be essential to a new development.
THE END OF NIGHT: SEARCHING FOR NATURAL DARKNESS IN AN AGE OF ARTIFICIAL LIGHT comes from an author who spent childhood summers in a cabin on a lake in northern Minnesota, watching the Milky Way in a dark night.
This artificial light keeps our brains from shutting down, and it may be affecting more than 90% of Americans who regularly use an electronic device before bed.
The higher the reflection, the less artificial light is required.
City-dwelling animals are now not only exposed to natural light conditions, at times they also experience extreme levels of lighting as a result of artificial light.
ISLAMABAD -- Sleeping in a room with even dim artificial light, such as the glow of the television or a night light, can cause depression, a study suggests.
These pictures do indeed show the same ashtray and candle holder, the only difference is that the photo where the ashtray is pink and the candle holder a brownish amber was taken by daylight, while the second picture was taken under artificial light.
Supplementing with melatonin is not what this book is about; rather, it concerns the efforts that we should undertake to correct the effects of modern living, specifically the use of artificial light.