light-struck

light-struck

(līt′strŭk′)
adj.
Fogged by accidental exposure. Used of photosensitive materials.
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CR reported that canned samples were used, to prevent sampling of light-struck product, but the article did not include information on the tasters, their methodology, or their scoring criteria.
In addition to inviting the public to visit five spacious studios, light-struck lobby, and administrative offices, ODC Dance founder and artistic director Brenda Way announced a new partnership with the Rhythm & Motion studio, directed by Consuelo Faust.
Remember that furnace operators wear tinted face shields and glasses and their eyes are often "light-struck" when dealing with open furnaces.

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