The calcium light beamed upon the figure of the sleeping lady, while the rest of the stage was comparatively dark.
The guide struck off a calcium light to show us the formation of the ceiling.
If he would abuse the other side a little more, and stick in a little tinsel and calcium light he would be great.
He has thrown a calcium light upon one spot, revealing some defects, and many eyes are for a time drawn towards it.
The pitiless sunshine seemed to single him out and stream upon him like a calcium light.
He found himself in the calcium light, holding the center of the stage, the focus of sporting interest and attention.
His words are parlando, but the orchestra illumines them with music clear as a calcium light.
The strong moonlight of the foreground is produced by a calcium light thrown through a green glass.
The Moon, in fact, is in German novels what the calcium light is in American melodrama.
Like the passing of a shutter across a calcium light: now blinding white, now blood-orange.