When I heard Grandfather booting up and rummaging in the faint kerosene lantern
light for his brightest flashlight, I knew I had to go with him.
hayride veers into a kerosene lantern
, hanging from a post.
On bitter-cold days some hunters lit a candle or kerosene lantern
under the front deck to take off some of the chill.
At first, many were nothing more than a kerosene lantern
with a red lens.
Two Stanford students, for example, created the d-light design company, to replace "every kerosene lantern
with clean, safe and bright light." Another Stanford project led to a company, based in Bangalore, that produces the Embrace premature infant warmer.
Growing up in Kenya, he strained to read by the dim light of a kerosene lantern
. Now he's making solar-charged lanterns and using them to spur economic development.
In Denver, Colorado, he watched an old Civil War veteran show war slides with a "magic lantern." Grandfather to the slide projector, a magic lantern consisted of an enclosed kerosene lantern
with a lens on one side, through which glass slides could be projected onto a wall or screen.
Her scars, caused by a kerosene lantern
exploding in her face, cover her body and for most of her life she has kept them hidden.
After school, many students take home a re-charged Surya hurricane solar lantern (a low-cost solar lantern made from recycled parts of the conventional and much-used kerosene lantern
And the solution had to at least equal kerosene lantern
levels of lighting.
Since the beginning of February, Kantipur Television has used only a kerosene lantern
to light its 30-minute-long 7pm news bulletin, the BBC reports.
As a student, in the early years of Independence, the only way to study in the night was by kerosene lantern
or kerosene table lamp.