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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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Caption: Duke has experimented with these different cartridges using very light cast bullets.
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I can still see the light cast on Pet's olive skin.
The timepiece evokes the last moments of light cast by the sun as darkness descends on the evening sky, reflected by the 'skylight' blue Grande Tapisserie dial, polished counters in solid grey gold and orange-tinted photo realistic moon.
"The atmosphere that's created from the light cast of a large pendant light can really alter the mood of a room.
Surgeons said light cast by headlamp LEDs was too pure and did not offer the tint fiber optic bulbs had when they got hot.
These Skylights are designed and installed to take in maximum light cast by the Sun and redistribute it evenly even at low Sun angles.
Mahfouz also condemned how some official institutions were named and a negative light cast, by some outlets, on the Internal Security Forces and Parliament police.
Problems solved include the optimization of the magnetAEs position in the Gaussian Cannon, investigation of the motion of a string of beads, the relation between waves on the surface of a body of water and the patterns of light cast on the bodyAEs bottom, and many others.
Bensted said that despite the harsh light cast on the hedge funds by the high-profile exits from the sector of CalPERS and PFZW, the Dutch health care sector pension, the vast majority of institutional investors worldwide remain committed to hedge funds.
Newer "e-ink" readers do not emit this light and are "front lit," with light cast inward rather than outward.
today announced the development of a technology that can embed ID data in light cast by LEDs or other light sources onto objects, and also recover this ID data from objects that have been lit in this way.