Recent Examples of streetlight from the Web
Turn off your porch lights, get away streetlights and find your dark, happy space.
Outside, the crowd grabbed loose cobblestones from a construction site nearby and assaulted the theater with volleys of rocks, breaking windows, bursting water pipes and darkening streetlights.
To really increase the chance of seeing the lights, Bob Bonadurer, director of the Milwaukee Public Museum's Daniel M. Soref Planetarium, recommends getting far away from streetlights since dark skies are a key piece of getting the best glimpse.
There were rainbow flags on every streetlight and signs announcing the big parade was a few days hence.
Enhanced LED streetlights in residential neighborhoods will make driving safer at night.
In what amounts to a pre-holiday dry run, the village will display a prototype of a lighted holiday decoration that could be adorning streetlight poles along LaGrange Road by December.
While working as an accountant and training for the 1980 Moscow Olympics, Kratochvilova sometimes ran beneath streetlights at 4 in the morning before heading to her job.
One-third of the city lamps have been upgraded to LED, and San Jose put out a broad request for ideas on how to pay for converting the remaining 40,000 streetlights.
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STREETLIGHT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of streetlight for English Language Learners
: a light on a tall pole next to a public road
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