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range light

n
1. (Nautical Terms) one of a pattern of navigation lights, usually fixed ashore, used by vessels for manoeuvring in narrow channels at night
2. (Nautical Terms) one of a distinctive pattern of lights shown at night on the masts of a powered vessel, such as a tugboat, to aid in identifying its size, number of barges in tow, etc
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Huang is a founder and managing partner of Range Light LLC, an investment firm.
Twice a day, regardless of the weather, she walked a narrow board pathway to the front range light, which she lit at night and extinguished at dawn.
In the same room, Ed Pien's shadow puppet installation, Suspension (2012), was weakened by the sunlight that streamed in through the gallery's north facing windows and Rebecca Belmore's Eagle Drum (2012) was hidden behind and dwarfed by Range Light Borden-Carleton, PEI (2010), Kim Morgan's full-size cast of a decommissioned range light.
Each range light and buoy has its own color and flashing pattern (marked by symbol and code on charts) so that boaters can mark position by identifying each light.
to have all airports in glide range light up: great.
Minneapolis, announced the launch of Buck Range Light beer, billed as a high-quality, low-price private brand beer.
Both of these, especially the red optic front sight, are exceptionally easy for me to see outdoors but almost disappear under indoor shooting range light.
The SJ30, the fastest and longest range light jet in the world, has established several records for its performance and capability.
Gasparilla Island Offers the following Yes Not allowed At beaches: Range Light, Sea Grape, Sea Range Wall, Dune and Light House.
In general, this style can handle the widest wind range light to very heavy.
A sculpture of lighthouse keeper Anna Garrity was unveiled at an August dedication ceremony at Range Light Park in Presque Isle.