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black light

n.
Invisible ultraviolet or infrared radiation. Black light causes fluorescent materials to emit visible light and is used to take pictures in the dark.

black light

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Black light, colored shot and good downrange ballistics will tack on even more data to our quickly building pile of information.
It is the only invisible black light paint on the market available in aerosol form.
Black light connotes a certain psychedelic or nightclub vibe.
Black Light is an amateur group catering for youngsters at 12 to young people in their twenties and there are no fees involved.
I should not have worn a white bra because, once the black light hit, the bra showed through my shirt
One is tempted to read the book by black light while wearing paisley and listening to Kool & the Gang or the Ohio Players on vinyl.
Fluorescent Felt[TM] is available in four bright neon colors and fluoresces under black light.
Wearing the "Armor of God" under a black light renders one invisible and, one presumes, impervious to evil.
The dyed cracks then are viewed under a bright light (or black light if an ultraviolet dye was used).
The event is free but places are limited and must be booked in advance from organisers Black Light on 029 2057 5444 or email black.
She mentions that some camps use wooden applicator sticks to separate hair and check for lice and that a few camps are using black light.