Hot bulb

1.(Internal-combustion Engines) See Semi-diesel, below.
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It features a 27 hp single-cylinder, semi-diesel hot bulb engine.
To reduce unintentional ultraviolet (UV) exposure, and to contain hot bulb fragments in the event of explosive bulb failure, general-purpose lamps usually have a UV-absorbing glass filter over or around the bulb.
However, unlike the physical effect of touching a hot bulb, there's no burning.
Possible answer: Turn off the light switch; unplug the lamp; don't touch a hot bulb directly with your bands.
DALLAS -- The battles over the hot bulb issue are flaring up, and the American Lighting Association is in the middle of what has become its toughest fight yet.
He broke the lamp and burned Smith with the hot bulb.
With age, the fragile prints are prone to exploding if they exposed to the hot bulb filament of a film projector:
By design, the handle camera does not require the removal of a potentially hot bulb or fragile bulb/camera stack assembly.
NEW YORK -- The hot bulb issue keeps getting hotter.
Other hot bulbs for summer include Gloriosa 'Rothschildiana', a climbing vine with vibrant red and yellow flowers similar to those of the lily and often known as the climbing lily.
Other hot bulbs for summer include gloriosa Rothschildiana, a climbing vine with vibrant red and yellow flowers similar to those of the lily and often known as the climbing lily.
Other hot bulbs for summer include gloriosa "Rothschildiana", a climbing vine with vibrant red and yellow flowers similar to those of the lily and often known as the climbing lily.