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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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Balancing penetrating historical inquiry with playfulness, Procession, like black light itself, revealed a number of things that are often otherwise invisible.
Every hotel across the world now should have a black light in there because you being the customer should have the right to turn off the lights and see the amount of body fluids that have been sprayed in your room.
I believe the black light night shooting can clear some of them up.
A disappointing array of singles from Black Light showed the marked transformation of the duo, into a rockier, hard-hitting electro ensemble, but it was the 80's sound of I Won't Kneel which really was a return to form for Cato and Findlay.
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Perhaps the most notable title from powerHouse's catalog, flipping through the pages of the 12 1/4 "by 15 1/4" format of Black Light makes you feel like you own a piece of the artist's work.
Meanwhile, researchers also found that when they shine a black light on oranges, the black light reveals bright yellow dots on the skin of freeze-damaged fruit.
So many college freshmen have an open door policy when they first live on their own that we hardly can consider creepy dorm rooms public enough to contend for Best Way to Have Fun in Black Light.
Shopper Maryam Hashemi of Woodland Hills filled a basket with creepy crawlers, black light bulbs, a cauldron and spiders.
Angela Davis and Huey Newton posters stand guard on the walls in an off-campus apartment dimmed by black light.
Except for traditional state-approved ballet and folk dance, as well as a stagnant form of the 1950s dance/puppetry craze known as Black Light Theatre, Czech arts took a severe battering under 50 years of Communist rule.
Flowers such as four-o'clocks and portulacas invented the fluorescent look long before the psychedelic 1960s with its black light posters, new research shows.