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a light source which illuminates a subject from a perpendicular angle to another light
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(ˈkrɔsˌlaɪt, ˈkrɒs-)

light originating from sources not facing each other, as from windows in two adjacent walls.
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There is one end of the room where it is almost intact, and there, when the crosslights fade and the low sun shines directly upon it, I can almost fancy radiation after all,--the interminable grotesques seem to form around a common centre and rush off in headlong plunges of equal distraction.
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The device characteristics of the CIGS solar cells are studied numerically using the APSYS simulation program, which was developed by Crosslight Software Inc.
* The Guiding Light: In the article "Crosslight," the lighting of the cross in St.
"You cannot think how happy she sees at making her plan and settling the site of her new abode, and she says she is quite amazed at herself, that she should ever build a house with a south aspect, a crosslight and a bow window."
In "Lunchtime in a London Cafe," the poet says, "Sitting / here I know I've felt the throb / of Jerusalem or Rome or any city / yet to come, where there's a cafe / and we, citizens all, break bread." He writes how his "own variation shaping this history / Of a theme as though one narrow heart / Contains the fractured voices of humanity" ("in Crosslight Now").