Aladdin Lamp

Aladdin Lamp

Trade name for a coal oil lamp that had both a wick and a mantle and produced an exceptionally bright light.
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The Aladdin Lamp (or Low Oil Pressure Warning Light): If this sign -- which bears an uncanny resemblance to Aladdin's magic Genie Lamp -- comes on, it means that the engine oil pressure might be low.
With their prices starting at QR20, shoppers can pick Christmas tree decoration products like Christmas ball and snowman, candle holders and colour light shades, coffee cup and Aladdin lamp, which are all really interesting and beautiful to behold.
We used kerosene lamps mostly, although we did try an Aladdin lamp and propane lamps.
Al-Arabi added that Chinese lanterns are competing with Arab lanterns due to its low cost, variety of colors and shapes, the most famous lantern is the polygon and hierarchy and Aladdin lamp, in the form of dolls made of plastic and contains light bulbs, lasers and a small CD-ROM containing folkloric songs.
She said that federation and provinces would have to make join efforts to stop increasing suicide incidents, as the government does not have a Aladdin lamp to resolve the problems in one day.
Browsing through a local shop recently--"We buy unique, we sell antiques"--I came upon an old, tarnished Aladdin lamp.
IF YOU want the glass shade for an Aladdin lamp, see above.
In the hour before the Aladdin lamp is lit, I am at the kitchen window watching the spider lilies open.
I was surprised at a reader's disdain for the Aladdin lamp.
We do the same things as with the pickup truck: keep the batteries inside and heat the oil pan with an Aladdin lamp for about an hour.
Aladdin lamps have a round flat wick much like the Rayo but they also have a flame spreader on top of this, and a mantle.
The article on Aladdin lamps (79/ 1:59) was good, but had one glaring safety error: