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light cast

A cast used in orthopedics, made of a lightweight material that is usually applied and then hardened by treating with the heat from a light.
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Russell, who is hoping to play with a light cast after fracturing two bones in his wrist last week, said: "It's not just about trying to stop County winning the championship at our stadium.
The weapons can be seen glinting in the light cast by the house as they loiter in the dark during the incident, shortly before s
The building boasts an unusual concrete staircase running from the second to the ground floor, with light cast from a skylight set at an angle.
Some arrangement will be made for Kenwyne to play wearing a light cast if necessary," explained spokesman Shaun Fuentes.
Black is hoping to get permission to play against Burton, who face a testing FA Cup replay at League Two side Barnet four days earlier, with a light cast on his wrist and hand.
When he left White Hart Lane, where the game was staged, he was wearing a light cast on the injury.
Matt Mustchin damaged his medial ligaments in last week's Celtic League game against Glasgow and his right leg has already been placed in a light cast.
Even if that diagnosis proves incorrect, Beckham would still be able to play with a light cast on his arm, just as his illustrious former team-mate and fellow number seven Eric Cantona did when he suffered the same injury seven seasons ago.
The only glimmer of light cast on England's chances was the buying up of Alan Mullally's wickets from 10-12 to 12-14 and a speculative punt on Warren Hegg runs , up ten to 50-60, based on fears about the fitness for wicketkeeping of bad-back sufferer Alec Stewart.
It hardly can be coincidental that, in the 1980s, Ruscha began turning toward images of light cast on a dark wall or floor, as if from a hidden camera projector.
Apart from the anticipated sensation of stepping into a void, there have been other unexpected feelings produced by engaging with a transparent pathway: the delight in the early morning of seeing the prisms of light cast around by sunlight through glass, or the disorienting Never Never Land experience of having your shadow snipped off and silhouetted on the pavement metres below.
At this range, the light cast by the existing fixtures is dim.