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  • n  light yielded by the combustion of illuminating gas

  • With Velox, they could rely on artificial light, which at the time usually meant gaslight but soon came to mean electric.
  • The mediocre movie version suffered particularly from its lack of Eddie Campbell's masterful black and white images that perfectly conjure up the fog-shrouded streets of gaslight .
  • Beverly Hills' gaslight is currently running to flaming torchespreferably crossed.

  • Hugh Hefner in Chicago Sun-Times
    Everything that matters about Holmes and Watson is the same. Conan Doyle's original stories were never about frock coats and gaslight. They're about brilliant detection, dreadful villains and blood-curdling crimes - and, frankly, the hell with the... Steven Moffat Argentina Star Dec 20, 2008 41186 52879 gaslight I had a key to the Gaslight," Playboy founder Hugh Hefner said in a recent interview from his Los Angeles mansion. "And we ran an article [in 1959] on the Gaslight. It got a positive response from our readers wanting to know how they could...
  • Mike Kennerty in
    The Gaslight Anthem - they're getting really big in the UK. They're good dudes, a great band and we enjoy their music,said guitarist Mike Kennerty.

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