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lu·mi·nous

(lū'mi-nŭs),
Emitting light, with or without accompanying heat.
[L. lumen, light]

lu·mi·nous

(lū'mi-nŭs)
Emitting light, with or without accompanying heat.
[L. lumen, light]

luminous

Emitting or reflecting light.

luminous

1. Emitting or reflecting light. 2. Having the capacity of stimulating the photoreceptors.
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Using Luminous's software, the company will be able to access analytical data that tracks its workers' progress, improving efficiency and flagging areas that need improving.
This is also the reason why he decided to resign from Square Enix as the director of "Final Fantasy XV" and the head of Luminous.
[11] proposed an all-sky luminous efficacy model with zenith angle ([[theta].sub.z]) and measured global radiation from Kyoto for 1993~1994.
For a more targeted candlelit glow, it can be buffed on key areas where a more luminous effect is desired.
The author also writes that "the amount of lumens is relative to how the intensity is distributed, and, as such, it is an arbitrary, flawed metric." The total luminous flux does not depend on how the intensity is distributed.
Luminous employs leading eye care professionals committed to ensuring each and every client has an illuminating experience; from appointment setting, eye examination, eyewear selection to follow-up.
The banner went up again, the luminous orange jacket returned.
Ticket holders are given handheld lanterns and are then free to roam a route at their own pace, discovering a world where humans change place with the insects and experiencing the luminous landscape of the gardens from a new perspective.
13 at the Worcester Center for Crafts, 25 Sagamore Road, Worcester, about her exhibition of paintings titled "Luminous Will'' at the center's Krikorian Gallery through Nov.
Maharashtra, April 15 -- Luminous Power Technologies, the leading power back-up solution provider in India, introduces Zelio - a pure sine wave, state-of-the-art Home UPS, designed to work with the most sensitive home appliances that the consumers in India are using in their house-holds today.
New Delhi, Mar.21 ( ANI ): Luminous Water Technologies has licensed from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), the Electrochemical Arsenic Remediation technology (ECAR) for arsenic remediation in arsenic-affected villages throughout India and Bangladesh.
Series provides exceptional brightness with a typical luminous intensity of 3500 mcd and maximum luminous intensity of 4900 mcd at 70 mA while delivering improved thermal performance compared to previous-generation LEDs.