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heat lamp

a lamp that emits infrared light and produces heat; used to apply topical heat to the skin.

heat lamp

 Infrared lamp, see there.

heat lamp

(hēt lamp)
A lamp that emits infrared light and produces heat; used to apply topical heat to the skin.
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Scope of quantity or scope: 8 pieces heat lamps with light
Our piglets have to go under a heat lamp because their stalls are too big for the sow's heat to keep them warm.
White stuff: Arctic fox Juliet should feel at home I've got the hump: This camel doesn't look too keen on snow Heat seeker: A chilly meerkat warms up under a heat lamp Snow Snow go: It's so cold even this snow leopard won't go out
Contemporary Hollywood royalty -- including everyone from Pedro Almodovar, Mischa Barton, Drew Barrymore, Maria Bello, Orlando Bloom, Penelope Cruz and Will Ferrell to Milla Jovovich, Donovan Leitch, Courtney Love and Rose McGowan -- delicately held glasses of champagne and wandered amid crystal chandeliers, candelabras, King Louis XIV chairs, gilded mirrors, elaborate flower arrangements and heat lamps.
NEW RED HOTS heat lamps from Eagle Foodservice Equipment of Clayton, Del.
Tei notes that the saunas used in this study 'were heated with infrared heat lamps and Were cooler than the saunas in many Western countries.
We have a new generator and heat lamps, so if we can get everything re-wired, it will be much safer too.
Three heat lamps in the house are turned on in cold weather.
Ibis has also developed both in-vacuum heat lamps and special wafer holders for use with this high temperature process.
Officers executed a drugs warrant in Gillott Road, Edgbaston, yesterday and uncovered about 100 cannabis plants, along with heat lamps and hydroponic equipment.
But Gerald Baxter, prosecuting, said on May 1 last year Mr Davies went to the property and found a sophisticated cannabis factory with power packs, heat lamps and blacked-out windows.
Inside they were met by the overpowering stench of marijuana from hundreds of plants growing under high powered heat lamps and fans.