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Don Lisi andò ad accendere il lume nella cameretta, a sinistra dell'entrata; volse intorno uno sguardo per vedere se tutto era in ordine, e rimase un po' incerto se andare o aspettare che la sposa si lasciasse persuadere dalla madre a entrare.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Vuoi che t'accenda il lumino da notte? - Dio, me lo domandi ogni sera! La vecchia madre, come sferzata da questa risposta alla domanda superflua, corse, curva, trascinando un po' una gamba, ad accendergli in camera il lumino da notte e a preparargli il letto.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Simone Lampo s'accostò a un fornelletto per accendere il fuoco e fare il caffè; ma Nàzzaro lo trasse di furia per un braccio.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Sai che mi piace veder morire il giorno ai vetri d'una finestra e lasciarmi prendere e avviluppare a poco a poco dalla tenebra, e pensare: - "Non ci sono piú!" pensare: - "Se ci fosse uno in questa stanza, si alzerebbe e accenderebbe un lume.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ora comincia a far freddo; accenderemo, una di queste sere, un po' di fuoco...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Intanto in quella stanzetta umida e buja, a pian terreno, certi giorni, alle quattro, ci si vedeva a mala pena: si dovevano accendere i lumi.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Il lampionajo andava in giro, con la scala in collo, per accendere i rari lampioncini a petrolio, che rendevano piú triste col loro scarso lume piagnucoloso la vista malcerta e il silenzio di quelle viuzze abbandonate.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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E poi, ancora un po' di pazienza: bisognava che si facesse tutto da sé: lui accendersi il fuoco, lui andar per la spesa, lui apparecchiar da mangiare...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ma Dolfino è ancora al buio, in camera, con colei; e il professore Corvara va per accendere la candela.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Per conto suo, stimò da ciarlatano e peggio la seconda visita, quel venire proprio nel giorno che la marchesa era morta a manifestare un dubbio, ad accendere una speranza di quella sorta.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Aver potuto scoprire in sé, nei silenzii infiniti della sua anima, un brulichío cosí vivo di sentimenti, non come una ricchezza propriamente sua, ma del mondo come ella lo avrebbe dato a godere a una creaturina sua; ed esser rimasta nell'angoscia di quella solitudine, cosí staccata per sempre da ogni vita! S'accorse che s'era fatto bujo nella cameretta e si recò ad accendere il lumetto bianco a petrolio sulla scrivania.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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CERTI OBBLIGHI Quando la civiltà, ancora in ritardo, condanna un uomo a portare una lunga scala in collo da un lampione all'altro e a salire e a scendere questa scala a ogni lampione tre volte al giorno, la mattina per spengerlo, il dopo pranzo per rigovernarlo, la sera per accenderlo; quest'uomo, per forza, quantunque duro di mente e dedito al vino, deve contrarre la cattiva abitudine di ragionar con se stesso, assorgendo anche a considerazioni alte per lo meno quanto quella sua scala.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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- M'insultano, Eccellenza, quando illumino la città, quando sto su la scala appoggiata al lampione e sfrego al muro il fiammifero per accendere il lume, cioè, quando sanno che non posso lasciare al bujo la città, per correre a casa a vedere che fa e con chi è mia moglie e, all'occorrenza, fare un macello, signor Cavaliere! Sottolinea le parole fare un macello con un sorriso quasi di mesta rassegnazione, perché riconosce che anche quest'obbligo avrebbe, come marito offeso, e proprio non vorrebbe averlo, ma lo ha.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Donde la sua frase misteriosa, che sembra una minaccia gridata dall'alto della scala nell'atto di accendere il lampione, e che non è altro, invece, che la conclusione d'un suo ragionamento: - Aspetta là, aspetta là, che t'appiccico la morte dietro! Infine Quaquèo pensa, che una certa importanza d'ordine davvero superiore la ha, quel suo mestiere, in quanto ripara a una mancanza della natura, e che mancanza! Quella della luce.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ma che deve accendere, se non c'è petrolio? Il paese questa sera rischia di restare al bujo.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Poc'anzi, aveva ordinato alla moglie di accendere il fuoco e di metter sú il caldajo grosso a bollire.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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I cani abbaiavano , un velo triste circondava tutta la pianura umida , e la pioggia e il vento smorzavano il fuocherello che Efix tentava di accendere .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Passato un po' di tempo in quest'aspettazione, si rimise a pensare alla sua lettera e ci pensò tanto, rifece l'esordio tante volte e procedette anche poi tanto adagio, con tanti pentimenti, che la lettera non era ancora finita quando gli convenne accendere il lume. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Costui recò in soccorso del Puttini la lunga pertica col cerino acceso sulla punta, che serve per accender le candele degli altari. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Aveva sperato invano una felicità simile a quella dell'amico suo! Franco intese, s'imbarazzò, non seppe dirgli nulla, e ne seguì un silenzio così significativo che il Gilardoni non poté sopportarlo e si mise ad accendere un po' di fuoco per riscaldare il caffè che aveva preparato. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Andò in cucina, si fece accendere la lanterna perché la notte era molto scura, e partì. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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«El mè Carlo el baia un poo ma l'è on bon omasc; quell'alter là, el baia minga, mah, neh!… » Per esempio, ella non sapeva niente, non aveva udito niente, ma se quel signor avvocato e quell'altro signore fossero venuti per qualche altra cosa invece che per la musica e il Commissario venisse a saperlo, misericordia! La luna trascinava i suoi splendori per il lago verso le acque di ponente; il giuoco finì e il signor Giacomo si dispose a far accendere il suo lanternino, malgrado le esclamazioni di Pasotti. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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A lei pareva di non aver fantasia perché non se la sentiva muovere, accendere così facilmente. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Si alzava tardi, non potendo riscaldare la stanza e non volendo, per economia, accendere il fuoco nel salottino troppo per tempo. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Luisa fece il miracolo di accender la stufa in Siberia, come lo zio chiamava la sala, e vi si trovarono insieme donna Ester, i due indivisibili Paoli di Loggio, il Paolin e il Paolon, il professor Gilardoni che vi sofferse di una trepidazione, di una inquietudine continua perché Luisa, non avendo ancora allestito il bagaglio di Franco, andava e veniva dalla camera dell'alcova, chiamava Ester ogni momento ed Ester era quindi sempre in moto, quando passava dietro al professore, quando gli passava davanti, quando a destra, quando a sinistra. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Luisa prese un'altra candela sul suo tavolino da notte, volle accenderla e non le riusciva, tanto le tremavano le mani. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Avevan dovuto accendere il lume perché nell'alcova, causa la pioggia, faceva scuro. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Vengo su.» Il prefetto? A quell'ora? Che poteva essere accaduto? Franco andò in cucina ad accendere un lume e discese le scale in fretta. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Meno male che uno dei tre villini è stato acquistato da un vecchio prelato molto ricco che vi abita con tre nipoti, zitelle appassite, le quali a turno sul far della sera montano su una scaletta a mano per accendere un lampadina innanzi alla Madonnina di porcellana azzurra e bianca, collocata da circa un mese a uno spigolo del villino.
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E tra la sua pena e la sua maraviglia, tra la sua paura e la sua speranza, tra il suo ricordo e il suo presentimento s'insinuava una specie di piacere vendicativo quando ella vedeva negli occhi lionati accendersi un bagliore di fosforo e brillare i piccoli denti bianchi nel fulvo della barba simile al rame dorato che si sdora. E soltanto quel piacere era certo, ché tutto il resto era confuso. Ed ella sentiva in sé la sua giovinezza come una immortalità. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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— Oh, io no — disse Dorothy Hamilton voltandosi per accendere la sigaretta a una candela del leggìo ove la pagina dell'ultima canzone portava il segno del pollice che l'aveva calcata. — È tardi, vergini folli, è tardi. E certo io sarò tanto picchiata che il mio naso diventerà camuso o aquilino, con grande rammarico del mio flebile Willie Willow. Dovevo scortare a pranzo le famose spalle della genitrice, dagli Aieta!(D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Ripartirono lasciando su la strada la carcassa inànime. Dal Covigliaio mandarono buoi a tirarla. Filarono su Firenze senz'altri indugi. La montagna era tutta violacea. Faceva freddo. La compagnia si rattristava, serrata e silenziosa. Paolo sentiva che ogni minuto aveva un'importanza incalcolabile e ch'egli correva verso una catastrofe oscura. Certo, ogni minuto aveva il suo peso; e nei pressi di Pratolino ne andaron perduti dieci per accendere i fanali mal pronti. Eran passate le otto quando entrarono in città. Paolo fu deposto alla porta del suo rifugio d'amore. Ringraziò breve: aprì il primo cancello, fece per entrare. Ma un domestico dell'appartamento di sopra venne giù per le scale come se lo aspettasse e dovesse dirgli qualcosa. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Rientrò nella casa vera, in quella dove l'imagine di Giulio Cambiaso era chiusa nella custodia di lutto. «I minuti di Pratolino, la sosta per accendere i fanali! Ecco i giochi della vita. Ma, dal momento in cui la vettura col triste carico si mosse, dove fu condotta la povera creatura? dove fu trascinata, sino al momento in cui forse disse il suo vero nome e diede l'indirizzo della sua casa vera e vi fu deposta?»
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* È ben chiaro che questo Monsignore dovette conoscer poco l’indole e le abitudini de’ suoi concittadini; o forse sperò che il suo lascito dovesse col tempo e con la comodità accendere nel loro animo l’amore per lo studio. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Il nostro Comune, in certe notti segnate nel calendario, non fa accendere i lampioni, e spesso – se è nuvolo – ci lascia al buio. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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– Buio? Buio per lei! Provi ad accendervi una lampadina di fede, con l’olio puro dell’anima. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Guardi, io provo anche, certe sere, ad accendere un certo lanternino col vetro rosso; bisogna ingegnarsi in tutti i modi, tentar comunque di vedere. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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Lo accenderan da me. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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Oh perché dunque il signor Anselmo Paleari, pur dicendo, e con ragione, tanto male del lanternino che ciascuno di noi porta in sé acceso, ne voleva accendere ora un altro col vetro rosso, là in camera mia, pe’ suoi esperimenti spiritici? Non era già di troppo quell’uno?
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* Ma non ci sono anche le anime delicate ? Non ci sono anche gli spiriti che si sentono unicamente e puramente spiriti e si sentono offesi e insudiciati da codesta adorazione di pinzochere ? Quello che in me vale , se qualcosa vale , è l'anima : e perchè ricopiate ed eternate il mio corpo ? Se son grande gli è che ho avuto la forza d'esser solitario : perchè vi pigiate intorno a me e mi turbate co' vostri fiati e coi vostri sguardi di bestie curiose ? Se ho dato un esempio vi ho insegnato che la più grande cosa che l'uomo può fare è quella di aggiungere natura alla natura , vita alla vita , spirito allo spirito , e non già di rosicchiare , rimasticare e biascicare le opere degli altri : perchè dunque vi affaticate a far capire quel eh' io ho detto invece di sentirvi accendere l'anima per superarmi e distruggermi con altre creazioni ? — 2l8 — Se ho detto bene quel che ho detto perchè lo ridite peggio ? Se gli altri non capiscon le mie parole vai la pena che qualcuno le faccia capire ? E le farà comprendere quali veramente T ho segnate ed incise nelle serate più spumeggianti della mia ispirazione ? Certo questi lamenti son ridicoli , specie in bocca mia . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Invece di accendersi di più all'aspetto dell'amato cade e sparisce ; invece di manifestarsi in atti amorosi , in parole cordiali , prende le forme della rampogna e la frusta dell' invettiva . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Ricordai persino un consiglio strano che m’era stato dato per liberarmi dall’abitudine del fumo e che poteva valere in quell’occasione: talvolta , per contentarsi , bastava accendere il cerino e gettare poi via e sigaretta e cerino .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)*
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accaldarsi
= verbo rifl. prendere molto caldo accendersi in volto per la fatica accalorarsi , infiammarsi
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accendisigaro o accendisigari
= apparecchio con fiamma a benzina o a gas di petrolio liquefatto per accendere sigarette o sigari .
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accenditoio
= canna con in cima uno stoppino , usata per accendere candele o lumi .
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accenditore
= colui che accende dispositivo che serve per accendere .
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acceso
= participio passato di accendere
= che brucia
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acciarino
= piccolo strumento d'acciaio che si batte sulla pietra focaia per accendere l'esca nelle armi da fuoco a pietra focaia
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allumare
= verbo trans. conciare le pelli con l'allume - verbo trans. guardare con interesse , adocchiare - verbo trans. illuminare , rischiarare , accendere allumarsi
= verbo rifl. illuminarsi , accendersi .
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appicciare
= verbo trans. accendere accoppiare , unire
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avvampare
= avampare , verbo intr. accendersi , bruciare divampando
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cerino
= fiammifero con fusto di cotone o in carta ritorta intriso di cera e capocchia incendiariacandela o stoppino incerato usati per accendere i ceri in chiesa.
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colombina
= dim. di colomba donna innocente e puradolce pasquale a forma di piccola colomba 4 razzo a forma di colomba, usato per accendere i fuochi d'artificio.
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divampare
= verbo intr . accendersi e ardere con fiamma grande e improvvisa
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infiammare
= verbo transitivo , accendere con una fiamma in modo che si sviluppi una combustione , un incendio
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innamorare
= verbo transitivo , accendere d'amore
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luminaio
= negli antichi teatri con illuminazione a candele , colui che era incaricato di accendere i lumi .
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riaccendere lett. raccendere
= verbo trans. accendere di nuovo
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soffietto
= piccolo mantice a mano per accendere e ravvivare il fuoco
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stoppinare
= verbo transitivo accendere con lo stopp ,
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
Though he haddetected with a critical eye more than one failure of perfect symmetryin her form, he was forced to acknowledge her figure to be light andpleasing; and in spite of his asserting that her manners were not thoseof the fashionable world, he was caught by their easy playfulness.<>
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And I do not think it of light importancethat he should have attentive and conciliatory manners towards everybody,especially towards those to whom he owes his preferment.<>
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Let me take it inthe best light, in the light in which it may be understood.<>
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She seems perfectly happy, however, and in aprudential light it is certainly a very good match for her.<>
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Your profusionmakes me saving; and if you lament over him much longer, my heart willbe as light as a feather.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "In what an amiable light does this place him!" thought Elizabeth.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Jane, who was not so light nor so much in the habit of running asElizabeth, soon lagged behind, while her sister, panting for breath,came up with him, and eagerly cried out:"Oh, papa, what news--what news? Have you heard from my uncle?""Yes I have had a letter from him by express.<>
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THE PICKWICKIANS The first ray of light which illumines the gloom, and converts into adazzling brilliancy that obscurity in which the earlier history of thepublic career of the immortal Pickwick would appear to be involved, isderived from the perusal of the following entry in the Transactions ofthe Pickwick Club, which the editor of these papers feels the highestpleasure in laying before his readers, as a proof of the carefulattention, indefatigable assiduity, and nice discrimination, with whichhis search among the multifarious documents confided to him has beenconducted.<>
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THE FIRST DAY'S JOURNEY, AND THE FIRST EVENING'S ADVENTURES;WITH THEIR CONSEQUENCESThat punctual servant of all work, the sun, had just risen, and begunto strike a light on the morning of the thirteenth of May, one thousandeight hundred and twenty-seven, when Mr. Samuel Pickwick burst likeanother sun from his slumbers, threw open his chamber window, and lookedout upon the world beneath.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Would anybody believe,' continued the cab-driver, appealing to thecrowd, 'would anybody believe as an informer'ud go about in a man'scab, not only takin' down his number, but ev'ry word he says into thebargain' (a light flashed upon Mr. Pickwick--it was the note-book).<>
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Who's that little boy with the light hair and pink eyes, in a fancydress?'inquired Mr. Tupman.<>
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Itis indeed a noble and a brilliant sight,' said Mr. Snodgrass, in whosebosom a blaze of poetry was rapidly bursting forth, 'to see the gallantdefenders of their country drawn up in brilliant array before itspeaceful citizens; their faces beaming--not with warlike ferocity, butwith civilised gentleness; their eyes flashing--not with the rudefire of rapine or revenge, but with the soft light of humanity andintelligence.<>
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Mr. Pickwick fully entered into the spirit of this eulogium, but hecould not exactly re-echo its terms; for the soft light of intelligenceburned rather feebly in the eyes of the warriors, inasmuch as thecommand 'eyes front' had been given, and all the spectator saw beforehim was several thousand pair of optics, staring straight forward,wholly divested of any expression whatever.<>
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On either side, the banks of the Medway,covered with cornfields and pastures, with here and there a windmill, ora distant church, stretched away as far as the eye could see, presentinga rich and varied landscape, rendered more beautiful by the changingshadows which passed swiftly across it as the thin and half-formedclouds skimmed away in the light of the morning sun.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'The last soft light of the setting sun had fallen on the earth, castinga rich glow on the yellow corn sheaves, and lengthening the shadows ofthe orchard trees, as he stood before the old house--the home of hisinfancy--to which his heart had yearned with an intensity of affectionnot to be described, through long and weary years of captivity andsorrow.<>
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The day was just breaking, andthe whole scene was rendered perfectly visible by the grey light of themorning.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Hollo!' shouted the shameless Jingle, 'anybody damaged?--elderlygentlemen--no light weights--dangerous work--very.<>
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If he would light upon any of these old places, he must directhis steps to the obscurer quarters of the town, and there in somesecluded nooks he will find several, still standing with a kind ofgloomy sturdiness, amidst the modern innovations which surround them.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) A delightful walk it was; for it was a pleasant afternoon in June, andtheir way lay through a deep and shady wood, cooled by the light windwhich gently rustled the thick foliage, and enlivened by the songs ofthe birds that perched upon the boughs.<>
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Long vistas of stately oaks and elm trees appearedon every side; large herds of deer were cropping the fresh grass; andoccasionally a startled hare scoured along the ground, with the speedof the shadows thrown by the light clouds which swept across a sunnylandscape like a passing breath of summer.<>
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He was nervous and excited; and hastily undressing himselfand placing his light in the chimney, got into bed.<>
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Reflecting on the absurdity of giving way to such feelings,however, he trimmed the light again, and read as follows:-- A MADMAN'S MANUSCRIPT'Yes!--a madman's! How that word would have struck to my heart, manyyears ago! How it would have roused the terror that used to come upon mesometimes, sending the blood hissing and tingling through my veins, tillthe cold dew of fear stood in large drops upon my skin, and my kneesknocked together with fright! I like it now though.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I kept my eyes carefully from him at first, for I knew what he littlethought--and I gloried in the knowledge--that the light of madnessgleamed from them like fire.<>
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For from thefirst shades of dusk till the earliest light of morning, it still standsmotionless in the same place, listening to the music of my iron chain,and watching my gambols on my straw bed.<>
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The gloom which had oppressed him on theprevious night had disappeared with the dark shadows which shrouded thelandscape, and his thoughts and feelings were as light and gay as themorning itself.<>
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button, a black hat with a cockade to it, a pinkstriped waistcoat, light breeches and gaiters, and a variety of othernecessaries, too numerous to recapitulate.<>
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The beating of drums, the blowing of hornsand trumpets, the shouting of men, and tramping of horses, echoed andre--echoed through the streets from the earliest dawn of day; and anoccasional fight between the light skirmishers of either party at onceenlivened the preparations, and agreeably diversified their character.<>
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It's aspecial mercy that she did this, for if she HAD been blown over, thevixenish mare was so light, and the gig was so light, and Tom Smart sucha light weight into the bargain, that they must infallibly have allgone rolling over and over together, until they reached the confines ofearth, or until the wind fell; and in either case the probability is,that neither the vixenish mare, nor the clay-coloured gig with the redwheels, nor Tom Smart, would ever have been fit for service again.<>
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It was a comfortable-looking place though, for therewas a strong, cheerful light in the bar window, which shed a bright rayacross the road, and even lighted up the hedge on the other side; andthere was a red flickering light in the opposite window, one moment butfaintly discernible, and the next gleaming strongly through the drawncurtains, which intimated that a rousing fire was blazing within.<>
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Be this as it may, another light was obtained,and Tom was conducted through a maze of rooms, and a labyrinth ofpassages, to the apartment which had been prepared for his reception,where the girl bade him good-night and left him alone.<>
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There it was, plainly discernible by the light of the fire, looking asprovoking as ever.<>
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The light faded gently away, and TomSmart fell back on his pillow, and dropped asleep.<>
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It comes when we remember nothingbut clear skies, green fields, and sweet-smelling flowers--when therecollection of snow, and ice, and bleak winds, has faded from our mindsas completely as they have disappeared from the earth--and yet whata pleasant time it is! Orchards and cornfields ring with the hum oflabour; trees bend beneath the thick clusters of rich fruit which bowtheir branches to the ground; and the corn, piled in graceful sheaves,or waving in every light breath that sweeps above it, as if it wooedthe sickle, tinges the landscape with a golden hue.<>
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Dodson & Fogg,two of his Majesty's attorneys of the courts of King's Bench and CommonPleas at Westminster, and solicitors of the High Court of Chancery--theaforesaid clerks catching as favourable glimpses of heaven's light andheaven's sun, in the course of their daily labours, as a man mighthope to do, were he placed at the bottom of a reasonably deep well; andwithout the opportunity of perceiving the stars in the day-time, whichthe latter secluded situation affords.<>
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What do YOU know of the timewhen young men shut themselves up in those lonely rooms, and read andread, hour after hour, and night after night, till their reason wanderedbeneath their midnight studies; till their mental powers were exhausted;till morning's light brought no freshness or health to them; and theysank beneath the unnatural devotion of their youthful energies to theirdry old books? Coming down to a later time, and a very different day,what do YOU know of the gradual sinking beneath consumption, orthe quick wasting of fever--the grand results of "life" anddissipation--which men have undergone in these same rooms? How many vainpleaders for mercy, do you think, have turned away heart-sick from thelawyer's office, to find a resting-place in the Thames, or a refuge inthe jail? They are no ordinary houses, those.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Twenty years ago, that pavement was worn with the footsteps of a motherand child, who, day by day, so surely as the morning came, presentedthemselves at the prison gate; often after a night of restless miseryand anxious thoughts, were they there, a full hour too soon, and thenthe young mother turning meekly away, would lead the child to the oldbridge, and raising him in her arms to show him the glistening water,tinted with the light of the morning's sun, and stirring with all thebustling preparations for business and pleasure that the river presentedat that early hour, endeavour to interest his thoughts in the objectsbefore him.<>
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The hard realities of theworld, with many of its worst privations--hunger and thirst, and coldand want--had all come home to him, from the first dawnings of reason;and though the form of childhood was there, its light heart, its merrylaugh, and sparkling eyes were wanting.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'She had fainted one evening in her husband's arms, and he had borne herto the open window, to revive her with the air, when the light of themoon falling full upon her face, showed him a change upon her features,which made him stagger beneath her weight, like a helpless infant.<>
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The bones of men, who had perished in the dreary waste, layscattered at his feet; a fearful light fell on everything around; sofar as the eye could reach, nothing but objects of dread and horrorpresented themselves.<>
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He liftedthe light to his face, set it gently down, and left the apartment.<>
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Permit me, sir--if you hold the card a littleslanting, this way, you catch the light upon the up-stroke.<>
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No matter,' said Mr.Pickwick, 'I can undress myself just as well by the light of the fire.<>
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Here Mr. Pickwick smiled again,a broader smile than before, and was about to continue the process ofundressing, in the best possible humour, when he was suddenly stoppedby a most unexpected interruption: to wit, the entrance into the room ofsome person with a candle, who, after locking the door, advanced to thedressing-table, and set down the light upon it.<>
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A GOOD-HUMOURED CHRISTMAS CHAPTER, CONTAINING AN ACCOUNTOF A WEDDING, AND SOME OTHER SPORTS BESIDE: WHICH ALTHOUGH IN THEIR WAY,EVEN AS GOOD CUSTOMS AS MARRIAGE ITSELF, ARE NOT QUITE SO RELIGIOUSLYKEPT UP, IN THESE DEGENERATE TIMESAs brisk as bees, if not altogether as light as fairies, did thefour Pickwickians assemble on the morning of the twenty-second day ofDecember, in the year of grace in which these, their faithfully-recordedadventures, were undertaken and accomplished.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'A mild harvest night, by the tranquil light Of the modest and gentle moon, Has a far sweeter sheen for me, I ween, Than the broad and unblushing noon.<>
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As he went his way, up the ancientstreet, he saw the cheerful light of the blazing fires gleam through theold casements, and heard the loud laugh and the cheerful shouts of thosewho were assembled around them; he marked the bustling preparations fornext day's cheer, and smelled the numerous savoury odours consequentthereupon, as they steamed up from the kitchen windows in clouds.<>
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But the earth was hardened with the frost, and it was no very easymatter to break it up, and shovel it out; and although there was a moon,it was a very young one, and shed little light upon the grave, which wasin the shadow of the church.<>
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The scene wasaltered to a small bedroom, where the fairest and youngest child laydying; the roses had fled from his cheek, and the light from his eye;and even as the sexton looked upon him with an interest he had neverfelt or known before, he died.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Again the light cloud passed across the picture, and again the subjectchanged.<>
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The water rippled on with a pleasant sound, the trees rustledin the light wind that murmured among their leaves, the birds sang uponthe boughs, and the lark carolled on high her welcome to the morning.<>
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Not insummer, as common pigs do now, to cool themselves, and did even inthose distant ages (which is a proof that the light of civilisation hadalready begun to dawn, though feebly), but in the cold, sharp days ofwinter.<>
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Hispeople basked in the light of his countenance--it was so red andglowing.<>
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On, on, he wandered,night and day; beneath the blazing sun, and the cold pale moon; throughthe dry heat of noon, and the damp cold of night; in the gray light ofmorn, and the red glare of eve.<>
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At this instantthere came a violent gust of wind; the light was blown out; Mr. Winklefelt himself irresistibly impelled on to the steps; and the door blewto, with a loud crash.<>
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Sam gave a nod of intelligence, and withdrawing his head from the door,set forth on his pilgrimage with a light heart.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Accordingly, next morning, Sam Weller issued forth upon his quest, inno way daunted by the very discouraging prospect before him; and awayhe walked, up one street and down another--we were going to say, up onehill and down another, only it's all uphill at Clifton--without meetingwith anything or anybody that tended to throw the faintest light on thematter in hand.<>
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Mr. Pickwick broughtout the lantern, once or twice, as they groped their way along, andthrew a very brilliant little tunnel of light before them, about afoot in diameter.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) In one of these pauses of invention, the scientific gentleman wasgazing abstractedly on the thick darkness outside, when he was very muchsurprised by observing a most brilliant light glide through the air, ata short distance above the ground, and almost instantaneously vanish.<>
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The mysterious light appeared more brilliantlythan before, dancing, to all appearance, up and down the lane, crossingfrom side to side, and moving in an orbit as eccentric as cometsthemselves.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Pruffle,' said the scientific gentleman, 'there is something veryextraordinary in the air to-night? Did you see that?' said thescientific gentleman, pointing out of the window, as the light againbecame visible.<>
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Show a light for just vun second, Sir.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) As to the scientific gentleman, he demonstrated, in a masterly treatise,that these wonderful lights were the effect of electricity; and clearlyproved the same by detailing how a flash of fire danced before his eyeswhen he put his head out of the gate, and how he received a shock whichstunned him for a quarter of an hour afterwards; which demonstrationdelighted all the scientific associations beyond measure, and caused himto be considered a light of science ever afterwards.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) These staircases received light from sundry windows placed at somelittle distance above the floor, and looking into a gravelled areabounded by a high brick wall, with iron CHEVAUX-DE-FRISE at thetop.<>
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In the adjoiningroom, some solitary tenant might be seen poring, by the light of afeeble tallow candle, over a bundle of soiled and tattered papers,yellow with dust and dropping to pieces from age, writing, for thehundredth time, some lengthened statement of his grievances, for theperusal of some great man whose eyes it would never reach, or whoseheart it would never touch.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) After groping about in the gallery for some time, attempting in thedim light to decipher the numbers on the different doors, he atlength appealed to a pot-boy, who happened to be pursuing his morningoccupation of gleaning for pewter.<>
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This action imperfectly described inwords by the very feeble term of 'over the left,' when performed by anynumber of ladies or gentlemen who are accustomed to act in unison, hasa very graceful and airy effect; its expression is one of light andplayful sarcasm.<>
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Friends to see me! My God! I have sunk,from the prime of life into old age, in this place, and there is not oneto raise his hand above my bed when I lie dead upon it, and say, "It isa blessing he is gone!"'The excitement, which had cast an unwonted light over the man's face,while he spoke, subsided as he concluded; and pressing his witheredhands together in a hasty and disordered manner, he shuffled from theroom.<>
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P'raps he might ha'throw'd a small light on that 'ere liver complaint as we wos a-speakin'on, just now.<>
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The above short dialogue took place as Mr. Weller lay extended on hismattress at one end of the room, and the cobbler on his, at the other;the apartment being illumined by the light of a rush-candle, and thecobbler's pipe, which was glowing below the table, like a red-hot coal.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'If I don't get no better light than that 'ere moonshine o' yourn, myworthy creetur,' said the elder Mr. Weller, 'it's wery likely as I shallcontiney to be a night coach till I'm took off the road altogether.<>
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From this society,little Mr. Perker detached himself, on his clerk being announced in awhisper; and repairing to the dining-room, there found Mr. Lowten andJob Trotter looking very dim and shadowy by the light of a kitchencandle, which the gentleman who condescended to appear in plush shortsand cottons for a quarterly stipend, had, with a becoming contempt forthe clerk and all things appertaining to 'the office,' placed upon thetable.<>
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Alas!how many sad and unhappy beings had he left behind!A happy evening was that for at least one party in the George andVulture; and light and cheerful were two of the hearts that emerged fromits hospitable door next morning.<>
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The fires, whose lurid,sullen light had been visible for miles, blazed fiercely up, in thegreat works and factories of the town.<>
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Why, does not the crawling creature see,that even if this be the fact, the Honourable Mr. Slumkey only appearsin a still more amiable and radiant light than before, if that bepossible? Does not even his obtuseness perceive that this amiable andtouching desire to carry out the wishes of the constituent body, mustfor ever endear him to the hearts and souls of such of his fellowtownsmen as are not worse than swine; or, in other words, who are not asdebased as our contemporary himself? But such is the wretched trickeryof hole-and-corner Buffery! These are not its only artifices.<>
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Have you got a fireanywhere?We can light one directly, Sir,' said the landlord.<>
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I view you, sir, personally and politically,in no other light than as a most unparalleled and unmitigated viper.<>
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The healthy light of a fine October morning made even the dingy oldhouses brighten up a little; some of the dusty windows actually lookingalmost cheerful as the sun's rays gleamed upon them.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Here, all the light clouds of the more solemn part of the proceedingspassed away; every face shone forth joyously; and nothing was tobe heard but congratulations and commendations.<>
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I don't deny thedry light may sometimes do good; though in one sense it's the veryreverse of science.<>
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The former, a big,dark, good-humoured man with a strip of black moustache, was aprofessional police detective; the latter, a sharp-faced, sensitive-looking gentleman with light hair, was an amateur interested indetection.<>
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As they advanced they were able tolocate it as the light of several coloured lamps, entangled in the treeslike the jewel fruits of Aladdin, and especially as the light from asmall, round lake or pond, which gleamed, with pale colours as if a lampwere kindled under it.<>
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A faint, grey light was beginning to outline its radiation uponthe darkness, like some dismal and discoloured sunrise; but what lightthere was in the hall came from a single, shaded lamp, also of anantiquated sort, that stood on a bracket in a corner.<>
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By the light ofthis Bagshaw could distinguish the debris of which Brown had spoken.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) As the man stood with his back turned--a small man in light greyclothes--the one outstanding feature about him was a wonderful head ofhair, as yellow and radiant as the head of a huge dandelion.<>
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May I come in and see where ithappened?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) When she returned to the room with the visitor, however, other membersof the family had assembled, and those of a less psychic habit hadthought it convenient to light the lamps.<>
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" Therather ghostly grey twilight which begins to define and yet to discoloureverything when the light in the east has ceased to be localized, liftedslowly like a veil of grey gauze and showed him a figure wrapped inoutlandish raiment.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Do you really mean, doctor," asked Smart in some excitement, "that youcan throw any scientific light on this mystery?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I can throw light on what the Count calls a mystery," said the doctor,"because it is not a mystery at all.<>
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A figure at once light and sturdystrode very rapidly across the green lawn between the gay flowerbeds,and John Dalmon appeared among them, holding a paper in his hand.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Docs it suggest, for instance," observed Father Brown, "the onlyconditions in which a vigorous and rather violent gentleman might besmiling pleasantly when his throat was cut?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) The next moment they had passed through a dark passage or two at theback of the house, and came into the back room of the shop, dimly lit byfiltered light from beyond and a dingy and cracked looking-glass.<>
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You steppedoutside for a moment, as shopmen often do, to make sure of what hemeant; and in that moment of time he perceived in the inner room therazor you had just laid down, and the yellow-white head of Sir Arthurin the barber's chair; probably both glimmering in the light of thatlittle window beyond.<>
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Between the pillars hung thin curtains, or rather veils,made of beads or light canes, in a continental or southern manner; andon these again could be traced the lines and colours of Asiatic dragonsor idols, that contrasted with the grey Gothic framework in which theywere suspended.<>
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But this, while it further troubled the dying light ofthe place, was the least of the incongruities of which the company, withvery varying feelings, became aware.<>
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And in this, at least,the light had something in it of revelation.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) The light also clothed for an instant, in the same silver splendour, atleast one human figure that stood up as motionless as one of the towers.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I hear and obey," replied the actor; "but am I, like the Light Brigade,forbidden even to reason why?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "The reason," she replied, "is that he isn't the Nobleman Nobody Knows.<>
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I shut down and darkened all the skylights throughwhich comes the good daylight out of heaven; I imagined a mind lit onlyby a red light from below; a fire rending rocks and cleaving abyssesupwards.<>
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But some thingshelped; and they threw a lot of light on the mystery, too.<>
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Begin by thinking of being a greedy child; of howyou might have stolen a sweet in a shop; of how there was one particularsweet you wanted … then you must subtract the childish poetry; shut offthe fairy light that shone on the sweet-stuff shop; imagine you reallythink you know the world and the market value of sweets … you contractyour mind like the camera focus … the thing shapes and then sharpens .<>
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aberration of light
= aberrazione della luce ,
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aberrations of light
= aberrazioni della luce ,
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actinic light
= luce attinica ,
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alternating light
= luce alternata ,
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anchor light
= fanale di fonda ,
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appear in the light of a scoundrel
= fare la figura del mascalzone ,
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appeared in the light of a scoundrel
= fatto la figura del mascalzone ,
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appearing in the light of a scoundrel
= facendo la figura del mascalzone ,
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appears in the light of a scoundrel
= fa la figura del mascalzone ,
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arc light
= lampada ad arco , luce di lampada ad arco , proiettore di luce ad arco ,
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artificial light
= luce artificiale ,
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as light as a feather
= leggero come una piuma ,
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ashen light
= luce cinerea ,
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at first light
= alle prime luci ,
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available light
= luce naturale ,
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available light filming
= ripresa con luce naturale ,
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available light filmings
= riprese con luce naturale ,
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back light
= fanalino di coda , fanalino posteriore , fanalino di dietro , controluce , luce di contorno ,
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backup light
= fanalino di retromarcia , indicatore di retromarcia , luce di retromarcia ,
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balance light
= luce equilibrata , stampa verificata ,
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bank of light
= padellone di luci ,
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banks of light
= padelloni di luci ,
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base light
= luce di base ,
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bash light
= luce montata sulla macchina da presa ,
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bathed in light
= inondato di luce ,
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bathed with light
= inondato di luce ,
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battery-powered light
= luce alimentata a batteria ,
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beam of light
= raggio di luce ,
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beams of light
= raggi di luce ,
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bedside light
= lume da comodino ,
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bengal light
= bengala ,
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black light
= luce nera ,
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black light filter
= filtro per luce nera ,
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black light filters
= filtri per luce nera ,
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boom light
= proiettore di luce fissato su una gru ,
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booster light
= luce che viene utilizzata per riprese esterne girate durante il giorno , per aumentare la luce ,
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borrowed light
= finestra interna ,
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bounce light
= luce riflessa da superfici come pareti o fogli di polistirolo ,
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bring new facts to light
= portare alla luce fatti nuovi ,
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bring to light
= portare alla luce , mettere in luce ,
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bringing new facts to light
= portando alla luce fatti nuovi ,
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bringing to light
= portando alla luce , mettendo in luce ,
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brings new facts to light
= porta alla luce fatti nuovi ,
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brings to light
= porta alla luce , mette in luce ,
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broad light
= luce diffusa ,
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brought new facts to light
= portato alla luce fatti nuovi ,
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brought to light
= portato alla luce , messo in luce ,
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by the light of nature
= da solo , senza insegnamenti , da autodidatta ,
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by the light of the moon
= al chiaro di luna ,
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came to light
= venuto alla luce, stato rivelato, manifestatosi ,
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camera light
= luce montata sulla macchina da presa ,
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can you see anything in this poor light
= vedi niente con così poca luce? ,
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cast a light on
= gettare luce su ,
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casted a light on
= gettato luce su ,
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casting a light on
= gettando luce su ,
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casts a light on
= getta luce su ,
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catch light
= luce per gli occhi ,
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ceiling light
= plafoniera ,
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cine bar light
= staffa per fissare la luce sulla macchina da presa ,
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circumfused with light
= circonfuso di luce ,
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cluster light
= gruppo di luci ,
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come to light
= venire alla luce, essere rivelato, manifestarsi ,
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comes to light
= viene alla luce, è rivelato, si manifesta ,
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coming to light
= venendo alla luce, essendo rivelato, manifestandosi ,
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composition of light
= composizione della luce ,
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cone light
= luce a cono ,
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continuous light source
= luce che contiene tutti i colori dello spettro ,
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contour key light
= luce modellante ,
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counter light
= controluce ,
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courtesy light
= luce di servizio, luce interna ,
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cue light
= segnale luminoso ,
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cut a red light
= passare col rosso , bruciare il semaforo, passato col rosso , bruciato il semaforo ,
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cuts a red light
= passa col rosso , brucia il semaforo ,
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cutting a red light
= passando col rosso , bruciando il semaforo ,
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dcp
= digital light processing , dcp ,
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diffuse light
= luce diffusa ,
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diffusion of light
= diffusione della luce ,
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diffusions of light
= diffusioni della luce ,
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dim light
= penombra, luce fioca ,
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dim light of an oil lamp
= fioco lume d'una lampada a olio ,
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direct light
= luce diretta ,
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discern a faint light
= scorgere un debole lume ,
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discerned a faint light
= scorto un debole lume ,
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discerning a faint light
= scorgendo un debole lume ,
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discerns a faint light
= scorge un debole lume ,
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discharge light
= luce a scarica ,
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dlp
= digital light processing , dlp ,
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exposure to the light
= esposizione alla luce ,
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exposures to the light
= esposizioni alla luce ,
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eye light
= luce per illuminare gli occhi ,
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fairy light
= lampadina sull'albero di natale ,
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fill light
= luce riempiente , luce d'ammorbidimento , luce espositiva ,
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filming light
= luce di ripresa ,
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first light
= alba, prime luci ,
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flash of light
= bagliore di luce ,
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flashes of light
= bagliori di luce ,
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flat light
= luce piatta ,
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fluorescent light
= luce fluorescente ,
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foundation light
= luce di base ,
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fresnel light
= proiettore di luce con lente di fresnel , proiettore di luce diottrico ,
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front light
= luce frontale ,
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full side light
= luce modellante ,
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gave the amber light to a plan
= dato via libera a un progetto, dato quasi via libera a un progetto,
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give the amber light to a plan
= dare via libera a un progetto, dare quasi via libera a un progetto,
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given the amber light to a plan
= dato via libera a un progetto, dato quasi via libera a un progetto,
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gives the amber light to a plan
= dà via libera a un progetto, dà quasi via libera a un progetto,
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giving the amber light to a plan
= dando via libera a un progetto, dando quasi via libera a un progetto,
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hair light
= controluce ,
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half light
= penombra ,
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handheld light
= luce da tenere in mano ,
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handheld light meter
= esposimetro manuale ,
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handheld light meters
= esposimetri manuali ,
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hard light
= luce che produce un'immagine a forti contrasti ,
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head light
= plafoniera di luci ,
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hid one's light under a busher
= messo la fiaccola sotto il moggio, messo la lucerna sotto il moggio, tenute celate le proprie virtù, tenuti celati i propri meriti,
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hidden one's light under a busher
= messo la fiaccola sotto il moggio, messo la lucerna sotto il moggio, tenute celate le proprie virtù, tenuti celati i propri meriti,
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hide one's light under a busher
= mettere la fiaccola sotto il moggio, mettere la lucerna sotto il moggio, tenere celate le proprie virtù, tenere celati i propri meriti,
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hides one's light under a busher
= mette la fiaccola sotto il moggio, mette la lucerna sotto il moggio, tiene celate le proprie virtù, tiene celati i propri meriti,
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hiding one's light under a busher
= mettendo la fiaccola sotto il moggio, mettendo la lucerna sotto il moggio, tenendo celate le proprie virtù, tenendo celati i propri meriti,
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hit the light
= accendere le luci! ,
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key light
= luce chiave , illuminazione sul piano principale ,
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kicker light
= luce per rischiarare le ombre ,
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kill the light
= spegnere le luci! ,
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klieg light
= riflettore, diffusore,
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i always wait for the green light
= aspetto sempre che vanga il verde,
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ila
= image light amplifier, ila,
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in an unfavorable light
= in cattiva luce,
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incandescent light
= luce ad incandescenza,
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incident light
= luce incidente ,
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incident light meter
= esposimetro lettore di luce incidente ,
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incident light meters
= esposimetri lettori di luce incidente ,
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incident light reading
= misurazione luce incidente ,
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indirect light
= luce indiretta, luce diffusa,
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intensity of light
= intensità luminosa,
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irled
= infrared light emitting diode, irled,
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laser
= laser, light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation,
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leak light
= luce dispersa ,
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led
= diretto, comandato, impiombato, piombato, coperto di piombo, interlineato, guidato, convinto, led, light emitting diode,
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lens light
= luce di servizio della macchina da presa ad uso dell'assistente operatore ,
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light come light go
= presto avuto, presto perduto,
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limdo
= light intensity modulation direct overwrite, limdo,
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limm
= light intensity modulation method, limm,
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little light
= luce di servizio della macchina da presa ad uso dell'assistente operatore ,
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loose the light
= il cambiamento di intensità di luce, in esterni, che compromette la continuità fotografica delle riprese ,
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modeling light
= luce modellante ,
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negative light box
= negatoscopio ,
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negative light boxes
= negatoscopi ,
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nine light
= minibruto ,
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niner light
= luce di servizio della macchina da presa ad uso dell'assistente operatore ,
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obie light
= luce montata sulla macchina da presa ,
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open-face light
= proiettore di luce catottrico,
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panic light
= luce di sicurezza,
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photovoltaic light
= luce fotovoltaica,
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pilot light
= lampada spia ,
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point light source
= sorgente luminosa puntiforme,
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point light sources
= sorgenti luminose puntiformi,
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polarized light
= luce polarizzata,
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printer light
= luce di stampa ,
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printer light scale
= scala delle luci di stampa ,
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printing light
= luce di stampa,
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quartz light
= luce al quarzo,
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red light
= lampadina rossa situata all'ingresso dei teatri di posa, accesa durante le riprese ,
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reflected light
= luce riflessa,
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reflected light exposure meter
= esposimetro a luce riflessa,
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reflected light exposure meters
= esposimetri a luce riflessa,
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reflected light reading
= misurazione della luce rilessa,
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reflected light readings
= misurazioni della luce rilessa,
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reflector arc light
= lampada ad arco a specchio,
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reflector light
= riflettore,
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refraction of light
= rifrazione della luce,
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rim light
= luce che crea un alone intorno al soggetto illuminato ,
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rough light
= luce di base ,
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seaquartz underwater light
= luce alogena per riprese subacquee ,
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search light
= cercapersone , fondografo ,
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sensitive to light
= sensibile alla luce ,
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set light
= illuminazione di base , luce per illuminare il fondo ,
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side light
= luce di taglio ,
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sky light
= luce diurna ,
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slm
= spatial light modulator , slm ,
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soft light
= luce morbida , luce diffusa ,
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source of light
= sorgente di luce ,
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sources of light
= sorgenti di luce ,
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specular light
= luce speculare ,
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spill light
= luce sforante ,
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splash light
= luce forante ,
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spot light
= luce concentrata , proiettore di luce che proietta un fascio stretto ed intenso ,
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spread light
= luce diffusa ,
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stop-and-go light
= semaforo ,
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strip light
= staggia ,
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strobe light
= luce stroboscopica ,
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stroboscopic light
= luce stroboscopica ,
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studio light
= proiettore di luce ,
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sync marker light sistem
= sistema luminoso di identificazione del sincrono ,
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the light blues
= gli atleti dell'università di cambridge ,
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the light of one's life
= caro come la luce degli occhi ,
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three-quarter light
= luce di taglio ,
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too light contrast
= poco contrastato ,
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top light
= luce dall'alto ,
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tungsten light
= luce al tungsteno ,
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under light canvas
= con le sole vele sussidiarie ,
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underwater light
= luce subacquea ,
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unfavorable light
= cattiva luce ,
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visible light
= luce visibile ,
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xenon light projector
= proiettore con lampada allo xenon ,
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xenon light projectors
= proiettori con lampade allo xenon ,
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Coniugazione:2 - accendere
Ausiliare:essere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io mi accendo
tu ti accendi
egli si accende
noi ci accendiamo
voi vi accendete
essi si accendono
Imperfetto
io mi accendevo
tu ti accendevi
egli si accendeva
noi ci accendevamo
voi vi accendevate
essi si accendevano
Passato remoto
io mi accesi
tu ti accendésti
egli si accese
noi ci accendémmo
voi vi accendéste
essi si accesero
Passato prossimo
io mi sono acceso
tu ti sei acceso
egli si é acceso
noi ci siamo accesi
voi vi siete accesi
essi si sono accesi
Trapassato prossimo
io mi ero acceso
tu ti eri acceso
egli era acceso
noi ci eravamo accesi
voi vi eravate accesi
essi si erano accesi
Trapassato remoto
io mi fui acceso
tu ti fosti acceso
egli si fu acceso
noi ci fummo accesi
voi vi foste accesi
essi si furono accesi
Futuro semplice
io mi accenderò
tu ti accenderai
egli si accenderà
noi ci accenderemo
voi vi accenderete
essi si accenderanno
Futuro anteriore
io mi sarò acceso
tu ti sarai acceso
egli si sarà acceso
noi ci saremo accesi
voi vi sarete accesi
essi si saranno accesi
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io mi accenda
che tu ti accenda
che egli si accenda
che noi ci accendiamo
che voi vi accendiate
che essi si accendano
Passato
che io mi sia acceso
che tu ti sia acceso
che egli si sia acceso
che noi ci siamo accesi
che voi vi siate accesi
che essi si siano accesi
Imperfetto
che io mi accendéssi
che tu ti accendéssi
che egli si accendésse
che noi ci accendéssimo
che voi vi accendéste
che essi si accendéssero
Trapassato
che io mi fossi acceso
che tu ti fossi acceso
che egli si fosse acceso
che noi ci fossimo accesi
che voi vi foste accesi
che essi si fossero accesi
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io mi accenderei
tu ti accenderesti
egli si accenderebbe
noi ci accenderemmo
voi vi accendereste
essi si accenderebbero
Passato
io mi sarei acceso
tu ti saresti acceso
egli si sarebbe acceso
noi ci saremmo accesi
voi vi sareste accesi
essi si sarebbero accesi
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
accenditi
si accenda
accendiamoci
accendetevi
si accendano
Futuro
-
ti accenderai
si accenderà
ci accenderemo
vi accenderete
si accenderanno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
accender
Passato
essersi acceso
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
accendente
Passato
accesosi
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
accendendo
Passato
essendo acceso
Verb: to light-lighted/lit-lighted/lit
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I light
you light
he/she/it lights
we light
you light
they light
Simple past
I lighted/lit
you lighted/lit
he/she/it lighted/lit
we lighted/lit
you lighted/lit
they lighted/lit
Simple past
I lighted/lit
you lighted/lit
he/she/it lighted/lit
we lighted/lit
you lighted/lit
they lighted/lit
Present perfect
I have lighted/lit
you have lighted/lit
he/she/it has lighted/lit
we have lighted/lit
you have lighted/lit
they have lighted/lit
Past perfect
I had lighted/lit
you had lighted/lit
he/she/it had lighted/lit
we had lighted/lit
you had lighted/lit
they had lighted/lit
Past perfect
I had lighted/lit
you had lighted/lit
he/she/it had lighted/lit
we had lighted/lit
you had lighted/lit
they had lighted/lit
Simple future
I will light
you will light
he/she/it will light
we will light
you will light
they will light
Future perfect
I will have lighted/lit
you will have lighted/lit
he/she/it will have lighted/lit
we will have lighted/lit
you will have lighted/lit
they will have lighted/lit
Present continuous
I am lighting
you are lighting
he/she/it is lighting
we are lighting
you are lighting
they are lighting
Past simple continuous
I was lighting
you were lighting
he/she/it was lighting
we were lighting
you were lighting
they were lighting
Future continuous
I will be lighting
you will be lighting
he/she/it will be lighting
we will be lighting
you will be lighting
they will be lighting
Future perfect continuous
I will have been lighting
you will have been lighting
he/she/it will have been lighting
we will have been lighting
you will have been lighting
they will have been lighting
Present perfect continuous
I have been lighting
you have been lighting
he/she/it has been lighting
we have been lighting
you have been lighting
they have been lighting
Past perfect continuous
I had been lighting
you had been lighting
he/she/it had been lighting
we had been lighting
you had been lighting
they had been lighting
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I light
That you light
That he/she/it light
That we light
That you light
That they light
Present perfect
That I have lighted/lit
That you have lighted/lit
That he/she/it have lighted/lit
That we have lighted/lit
That you have lighted/lit
That they have lighted/lit
Simple past
That I lighted/lit
That you lighted/lit
That he/she/it lighted/lit
That we lighted/lit
That you lighted/lit
That they lighted/lit
Past perfect
That I had lighted/lit
That you had lighted/lit
That he/she/it had lighted/lit
That we had lighted/lit
That you had lighted/lit
That they had lighted/lit
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would light
you would light
we would light
we would light
you would light
they would light
Past
I would have lighted/lit
you would have lighted/lit
he/she/it would have lighted/lit
we would have lighted/lit
you would have lighted/lit
they would have lighted/lit
Present continous
I would be lighting
you would be lighting
we would be lighting
we would be lighting
you would be lighting
they would be lighting
Past continous
I would have been lighting
you would have been lighting
he/she/it would have been lighting
we would have been lighting
you would have been lighting
they would have been lighting
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me light
light
let him light
let us light
light
let them light
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to light
Past
to have lighted/lit
Present continous
to be lighting
Perfect continous
to have been lighting
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
lighting
Past
lighted/lit
Perfect
having lighted/lit
Affermative - GERUND
Present
lighting
Past
having lighted/lit
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not light
you do not light
he/she/it does not lights
we do not light
you do not light
they do not light
Simple past
I did not light
you did not light
he/she/it did not light
we did not light
you did not light
they did not light
Simple past
I did not light
you did not light
he/she/it did not light
we did not light
you did not light
they did not light
Present perfect
I have not lighted/lit
you have not lighted/lit
he/she/it has not lighted/lit
we have not lighted/lit
you have not lighted/lit
they have not lighted/lit
Past perfect
I had not lighted/lit
you had not lighted/lit
he/she/it had not lighted/lit
we had not lighted/lit
you had not lighted/lit
they had not lighted/lit
Past perfect
I had not lighted/lit
you had not lighted/lit
he/she/it had not lighted/lit
we had not lighted/lit
you had not lighted/lit
they had not lighted/lit
Simple future
I will not light
you will not light
he/she/it will not light
we will not light
you will not light
they will not light
Future perfect
I will not have lighted/lit
you will not have lighted/lit
he/she/it will not have lighted/lit
we will not have lighted/lit
you will not have lighted/lit
they will not have lighted/lit
Present continuous
I am not lighting
you are not lighting
he/she/it is not lighting
we are not lighting
you are not lighting
they are not lighting
Past simple continuous
I was not lighting
you were not lighting
he/she/it was not lighting
we were not lighting
you were not lighting
they were not lighting
Future continuous
I will not be lighting
you will not be lighting
he/she/it will not be lighting
we will not be lighting
you will not be lighting
they will not be lighting
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been lighting
you will not have been lighting
he/she/it will not have been lighting
we will not have been lighting
you will not have been lighting
they will not have been lighting
Present perfect continuous
I have not been lighting
you have not been lighting
he/she/it has not been lighting
we have not been lighting
you have not been lighting
they have not been lighting
Past perfect continuous
I had not been lighting
you had not been lighting
he/she/it had not been lighting
we had not been lighting
you had not been lighting
they had not been lighting
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not light
That you do not light
That he/she/it does not light
That we do not light
That you do not light
That they do not light
Present perfect
That I have not lighted/lit
That you have not lighted/lit
That he/she/it have not lighted/lit
That we have not lighted/lit
That you have not lighted/lit
That they have not lighted/lit
Simple past
That I did not light
That you did not light
That he/she/it did not light
That we did not light
That you did not light
That they did not light
Past perfect
That I had not lighted/lit
That you had not lighted/lit
That he/she/it had not lighted/lit
That we had not lighted/lit
That you had not lighted/lit
That they had not lighted/lit
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not light
you would not light
we would not light
we would not light
you would not light
they would not light
Past
I would not have lighted/lit
you would not have lighted/lit
he/she/it would not have lighted/lit
we would not have lighted/lit
you would not have lighted/lit
they would not have lighted/lit
Present continous
I would not be lighting
you would not be lighting
we would not be lighting
we would not be lighting
you would not be lighting
they would not be lighting
Past continous
I would not have been lighting
you would not have been lighting
he/she/it would not have been lighting
we would not have been lighting
you would not have been lighting
they would not have been lighting
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me light
do not light
do not let him light
do not let us light
do not light
do not let them light
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to light
Past
not to have lighted/lit
Present continous
not to be lighting
Perfect continous
not to have been lighting
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not lighting
Past
not lighted/lit
Perfect
not having lighted/lit
Negative - GERUND
Present
not lighting
Past
not having lighted/lit
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I light ?
do you light ?
does she/he/it lights ?
do we light ?
do you light ?
do they light ?
Simple past
did I light ?
did you light ?
did she/he/it light ?
did we light ?
did you light ?
did they light ?
Simple past
did I light ?
did you light ?
did she/he/it light ?
did we light ?
did you light ?
did they light ?
Present perfect
have I lighted/lit ?
have you lighted/lit ?
has she/he/it lighted/lit ?
have we lighted/lit ?
have you lighted/lit ?
have they lighted/lit ?
Past perfect
had I lighted/lit ?
had you lighted/lit ?
had she/he/it lighted/lit ?
had we lighted/lit ?
had you lighted/lit ?
had they lighted/lit ?
Past perfect
had I lighted/lit ?
had you lighted/lit ?
had she/he/it lighted/lit ?
had we lighted/lit ?
had you lighted/lit ?
had they lighted/lit ?
Simple future
will I light ?
will you light ?
will she/he/it light ?
will we light ?
will you light ?
will they light ?
Future perfect
will I have lighted/lit ?
will you have lighted/lit ?
will she/he/it have lighted/lit ?
will we have lighted/lit ?
will you have lighted/lit ?
will they have lighted/lit ?
Present continuous
am I lighting ?
are you lighting ?
is she/he/it lighting ?
are we lighting ?
are you lighting ?
are they lighting ?
Past simple continuous
was I lighting ?
were you lighting ?
was she/he/it lighting ?
were we lighting ?
were you lighting ?
were they lighting ?
Future continuous
will I be lighting ?
will you be lighting ?
will she/he/it be lighting ?
will we be lighting ?
will you be lighting ?
will they be lighting ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been lighting ?
will you have been lighting ?
will she/he/it have been lighting ?
will we have been lighting ?
will you have been lighting ?
will they have been lighting ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been lighting ?
have you been lighting ?
has she/he/it been lighting ?
have we been lighting ?
have you been lighting ?
have they been lighting ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been lighting ?
had you been lighting ?
had she/he/it been lighting ?
had we been lighting ?
had you been lighting ?
had they been lighting ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I light ?
That do you light ?
That does she/he/it light ?
That do we light ?
That do you light ?
That do they light ?
Present perfect
That have I lighted/lit ?
That have you lighted/lit ?
That have she/he/it lighted/lit ?
That have we lighted/lit ?
That have you lighted/lit ?
That have they lighted/lit ?
Simple past
That did I light ?
That did you light ?
That did she/he/it light ?
That did we light ?
That did you light ?
That did they light ?
Past perfect
That had I lighted/lit ?
That had you lighted/lit ?
That had she/he/it lighted/lit ?
That had we lighted/lit ?
That had you lighted/lit ?
That had they lighted/lit ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I light ?
would you light ?
would she/he/it light ?
would we light ?
would you light ?
would they light ?
Past
would I have lighted/lit?
would you have lighted/lit?
would she/he/it have lighted/lit?
would we have lighted/lit?
would you have lighted/lit?
would they have lighted/lit?
Present continous
would I be lighting ?
would you be lighting ?
would she/he/it be lighting ?
would we be lighting ?
would you be lighting ?
would they be lighting ?
Past continous
would I have been lighting?
would you have been lighting?
would she/he/it have been lighting?
would we have been lighting?
would you have been lighting?
would they have been lighting?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not light ?
do you not light ?
does she/he/it not lights ?
do we not light ?
do you not light ?
do they not light ?
Simple past
did I not light ?
did you not light ?
did she/he/it not light ?
did we not light ?
did you not light ?
did they not light ?
Simple past
did I not light ?
did you not light ?
did she/he/it not light ?
did we not light ?
did you not light ?
did they not light ?
Present perfect
have I not lighted/lit ?
have you not lighted/lit ?
has she/he/it not lighted/lit ?
have we not lighted/lit ?
have you not lighted/lit ?
have they not lighted/lit ?
Past perfect
had I not lighted/lit ?
had you not lighted/lit ?
had she/he/it not lighted/lit ?
had we not lighted/lit ?
had you not lighted/lit ?
had they not lighted/lit ?
Past perfect
had I not lighted/lit ?
had you not lighted/lit ?
had she/he/it not lighted/lit ?
had we not lighted/lit ?
had you not lighted/lit ?
had they not lighted/lit ?
Simple future
will I not light ?
will you not light ?
will she/he/it not light ?
will we not light ?
will you not light ?
will they not light ?
Future perfect
will I not have lighted/lit ?
will you not have lighted/lit ?
will she/he/it not have lighted/lit ?
will we not have lighted/lit ?
will you not have lighted/lit ?
will they not have lighted/lit ?
Present continuous
am I not lighting ?
are you not lighting ?
is she/he/it not lighting ?
are we not lighting ?
are you not lighting ?
are they not lighting ?
Past simple continuous
was I not lighting ?
were you not lighting ?
was she/he/it not lighting ?
were we not lighting ?
were you not lighting ?
were they not lighting ?
Future continuous
will I not be lighting ?
will you not be lighting ?
will she/he/it not be lighting ?
will we not be lighting ?
will you not be lighting ?
will they not be lighting ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been lighting ?
will you not have been lighting ?
will she/he/it not have been lighting ?
will we not have been lighting ?
will you not have been lighting ?
will they not have been lighting ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been lighting ?
have you not been lighting ?
has she/he/it not been lighting ?
have we not been lighting ?
have you not been lighting ?
have they not been lighting ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been lighting ?
had you not been lighting ?
had she/he/it not been lighting ?
had we not been lighting ?
had you not been lighting ?
had they not been lighting ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not light ?
That do you not light ?
That does she/he/it not light ?
That do we not light ?
That do you not light ?
That do they not light ?
Present perfect
That have I not lighted/lit ?
That have you not lighted/lit ?
That have she/he/it not lighted/lit ?
That have we not lighted/lit ?
That have you not lighted/lit ?
That have they not lighted/lit ?
Simple past
That did I not light ?
That did you not light ?
That did she/he/it not light ?
That did we not light ?
That did you not light ?
That did they not light ?
Past perfect
That had I not lighted/lit ?
That had you not lighted/lit ?
That had she/he/it not lighted/lit ?
That had we not lighted/lit ?
That had you not lighted/lit ?
That had they not lighted/lit ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not light ?
would you not light ?
would she/he/it not light ?
would we not light ?
would you not light ?
would they not light ?
Past
would I not have lighted/lit?
would you not have lighted/lit?
would she/he/it not have lighted/lit?
would we not have lighted/lit?
would you not have lighted/lit?
would they not have lighted/lit?
Present continous
would I not be lighting ?
would you not be lighting ?
would she/he/it not be lighting ?
would we not be lighting ?
would you not be lighting ?
would they not be lighting ?
Past continous
would I not have been lighting?
would you not have been lighting?
would she/he/it not have been lighting?
would we not have been lighting?
would you not have been lighting?
would they not have been lighting?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present