n.1.(Naut.) A lantern or light on the top of a vessel.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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“Haul off, haul off, Master Bumppo,” cried Benjamin, “your top-light frightens the fish, who see the net and sheer off soundings.
Hopefully Hull's heroics will give Championship teams hope that the top-light need not be a closed shop.
All the remaining top-light teams have avoided meeting each other, although three --leaders Chelmsford, second-placed Clifton and defending champions Slough --face Division One opposition in Harleston Magpies, Reading and Loughborough Students respectively.
However, and particularly in the atrium spaces transitional white volumes with top-light, frequently incorporating travertine staircases - the spirit of Meier's seminal Atlanta High Museum re-emerges.